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Prevent Septic Line Freeze This Year

12 October 2018
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Did you have trouble with your septic system pipes freezing up last winter? If so, it's time to get to work to prevent the same freezing problems from occurring again this year. Here, you'll find a few tips to help you protect your septic system from freezing temperatures this year. Know the System Do you know where all of the components of the septic system are located on your property? If you've never mapped out where all of the lines are running, where the holding tanks are, and where the pipes across the sand-mound run, you need to get out there and start mapping. Read More …

Tips For Determining Whether You Have A Leaking Pipe In Your Home

12 October 2018
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If you have noticed a sudden spike in your water bill, you may suspect that you have a leaking pipe somewhere in your home. If so, use the following tips to determine whether or not this is the case, as well as try to pinpoint where the leaking pipe is located. Assess the Water Pressure for Each Faucet The first thing you should do when trying to find a leaking pipe is your home is to assess the water pressure for each faucet. Read More …

Live In A Cold Climate: Don’t Lose Heat Through Your Attic

10 October 2018
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Living in a cold climate can make it difficult to stay warm and comfortable during the winter without spending a fortune on energy bills. One reason for this is that warm air has a tendency to rise and escape through your roof. Fortunately, you can take certain steps that will either eliminate or greatly minimize this problem. Here is a closer look at this issue. Air Sealing Your attic has a number of spots where warm air can escape from the house. Read More …

3 Reasons Your Bathroom Smells Like Sewage

10 October 2018
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Foul smells in your water supply can come from a few different places. While these bad odors are usually harmless, they can be indicative of a problem with your water supply or plumbing and are worth looking into. The good news is that these issues are usually easy and inexpensive to fix. 1. Bacteria In the Water One of the main causes of a foul smell in your water itself is a type of bacteria that smells like sulfur or rotten eggs. Read More …

Water Heater Issues Your Plumber Should Handle

10 October 2018
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Your plumber is able to perform a variety of home plumbing tasks that you shouldn't handle on your own. Services commonly provided by plumbers include fixing clogged drains, replacing outdated plumbing fixtures, and checking your home's sewer system to ensure there are no leaks or blockages that can cause a messy issue down the road. Your plumber is also able to service your water heater, one of the most important appliances in your home. Read More …

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Turn Your Bathroom Into a Spa-Like Retreat

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!

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