Even If You Still Have Heat, These Signs Mean You Need To Call The Heating Contractor

31 March 2020
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To many homeowners, the HVAC contractor is the person you call when your heat goes out. It is certainly true that when your heat quits, you need to call the heating company. However, loss of heat is just one symptom of a heating problem, and it is often one of the later symptoms. If your heat is still working but you notice one of these signs, you still need to call the heating contractor. Read More …

Tips For Getting HVAC Upgrades

3 March 2020
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Heating and air conditioning are points of repair that you really need to get to know if you are trying to do what is best for your household. The better you are able to look after your home heating and air conditioning repairs, the easier it'll be for you to manage both your comfort and the overall value of your home. The way you look into caring for your HVAC system will play a big role in the value you get in return and how long your home will serve you. Read More …

Tips For Removing An Electric Water Heater Prior To Replacement

12 December 2019
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Did you discover water on the floor around your water heater? If so, this means you need to start by removing the old tank to replace it. These tips can help you with removing a broken electric water heater. Know The Tank's Size It helps to know what kind of water heater you need when shopping for your replacement. Check out the manufacturing information on the side of the tank to find out more information about your tank. Read More …

Facts About Gas Line Installation

7 November 2019
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When purchasing appliances, you will have to choose from a wide variety of options. One of the first decisions you'll have to make is whether you should buy a gas or electric appliance. Both types of appliance have their strong suits, but many people prefer gas appliances for a reason. Gas appliances are less likely to break down when compared to their electric counterparts, since there are fewer internal components. Gas appliances can also save you money, since electricity is usually the more expensive utility. Read More …

Tell-Tale Signs That You Might Have Tree Roots Growing In Your Plumbing System

4 November 2019
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Are you a homeowner who has trees on your property? Trees can improve the look of your property and make it beautiful, but it is important to know how tree roots can impact your plumbing system. The following points will help you identify how to know if there may be tree roots invading your plumbing system. Indoor Drainage Issues If tree roots are invading your plumbing system, it will not drain properly. Read More …

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Could your bathroom benefit from a little updating? A few years ago, I grew tired of my outdated bathroom. I decided to tackle my own remodel, which consisted of re-painting my vanity cabinets, updating the lighting fixtures and hardware, and giving my bathroom a fresh coat of paint in a modern grey color. I spent very little, but my bathroom now looks modernized, and is a space I can actually enjoy spending time in! I put together this blog to help like-minded homeowners update their own bathroom spaces in a budget-friendly way. I hope you find some great ideas here to try out for yourself!