27 March 2015
If you've got a well that provides water to your home, you know it can be a pretty large inconvenience if something goes wrong. If you're all of a sudden without any water at all, it can impact just about every aspect of your day. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help prolong the life of your system. Like with almost anything in your home, preventative water well maintenance is the best thing you can do for your well.
19 March 2015
Today, there are many options to make the roofing on your home energy efficient. Most of these options include using alternatives to asphalt shingles, which can be a costly solution. If you want to use asphalt shingles on your roof, there are some things that can be done to make your roof greener and more energy efficient. This can include using an energy efficient underlayment, choosing lighter colored shingles and adding insulation to the roof rafters.
9 March 2015
Most people don't give much thought to their water heater, but when it ceases to work properly, it can be a huge inconvenience. A broken water heater doesn't necessarily mean that you have to buy a new water heater; in many cases, an experienced plumber can repair your broken unit. But if you want to prevent your water heater from malfunctioning and make it last longer, there are several things you can do.
26 February 2015
There's no need to sweat your guts out while you wait for your air conditioner to get repaired. You can cool yourself and your home down with just a few simple tricks. Some of them won't even require any additional electricity. Here's a few simple ways to cool down until your air conditioner is back up and running. Invest In A Window Unit A small window air conditioner won't keep your entire home cool.
19 February 2015
If your roof is getting old and worn out, it's a good idea to start shopping for a new roof before major leaks develop. This gives you time to get the best price possible. If you need to put a roof on in a hurry, you may have to pay more. Plus, during the busy season for roofers, you may have a hard time finding a roofer who is available. When you can schedule the work at your convenience, you can use the following tips to get the best price for your budget.
12 February 2015
Removing a hazardous tree is a quite an undertaking that is best left to professionals. It may seem simple enough to get rid of the potentially dangerous tree in your yard. After all, you just call a professional and they come to remove it, right? Wrong. Sometimes, removing a tree is a more difficult process. If you are thinking of having a tree removed, use these three tips to ensure you get it done correctly:
9 February 2015
Heating and cooling systems are a crucial aspect to homely comfort, regardless of the climate you're in. So it's no wonder why more and more companies are developing new ways to efficiently control your home's temperature. If you're in the market for a new heating and cooling system, take a look at these modern alternatives. Heat Pumps Perfect for moderate climates, heat pumps are a convenient alternative to standard electric heating and cooling systems.
4 February 2015
When looking to install new plumbing, there are a number of different materials that you can choose from. Two of the most common types of materials used to fabricate plumbing pipes are copper and cross linked polyethylene, abbreviated as PEX. Both of these types of plumbing offer different advantages over each other, and knowing the features of each can help you make an educated decision about which type of plumbing is the best fit for your house.
3 February 2015
If you're a small business owner or office manager, you've probably been moving that pesky carpet cleaning chore to the bottom of the list for several months now. You know it's important, but other priorities always seem to get in the way. Well, don't wait any longer. There are four big reasons to get in touch with a professional carpet cleaning service today. Reduce Allergens in the Office These days it seems like everyone is allergic to something.
29 January 2015
Buying a new dryer, baseboard heater or refrigerator can be very exciting, but what's not so exciting is the subsequent dealing with the old version. Many people choose to take matters into their own hands by trying to recycle their old appliance themselves. Unfortunately, this process can have terrible consequences, ranging from illegal dumping to personal injury to pollution. In order to get the job done safely and quickly, it is always best to trust the pros, and thankfully there are 3 easy ways to do this.