2020

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Working With Plumbers

It isn't always easy to identify what kinds of problems exist in your home, especially if you are new to home ownership. However, a few months back, I realized that we had some serious plumbing problems that needed to be addressed. Our sinks were always clogging and we were constantly having issues with sewer smells in our place, so I started focusing more seriously on working with a team of plumbers. When the experts came out, they had ideas about how to proceed right away, and they worked hard to help us. Now, our home is gorgeous and completely functional, and we owe it all to them. Read this website to find out more.

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What To Know When Deciding Between A Storage And Tankless Water Heater

3 November 2020
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Are you ready to replace your old water heater, but not sure what you want to replace it with? You're likely deciding between a storage water heater or a tankless water heater. Here are some things that will help you decide between these two options. Storage Water Heaters A storage hot water heater is going to take in cold water at the bottom of the tank and heat the water that goes to the top. Read More …

Are You Ready For A Tankless Water Heater?

26 October 2020
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Did you know that the average American household spends 18 percent of its annual utility budget on heating water to use for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and drinking? In many parts of the country, that number is even higher because of cold winter temperatures. If you have a traditional water tank, you're heating water 24/7, whether you're at home or at work or school. A good way to avoid this waste of energy is to invest in a tankless water heating system, where you only heat water as you need it, not on a constant basis. Read More …

3 Considerations When Switching to an Electric Water Heater

13 October 2020
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Although gas is an incredibly efficient way to heat a home, there are many reasons to consider switching to an electric heater when your old unit gives out. Electric heaters are often cheaper to purchase upfront, and if you live in an area with a renewable-focused grid, they can also be an environmentally-friendly choice. Making the switch does require some care, however. If you've decided to take the leap from gas to electric, then this article will help you to understand three factors you'll need to keep in mind when having your new heater installed. Read More …

Things to Know About Home Foundation Problems

6 October 2020
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When a home's foundation initially develops problems, it might not be immediately noticeable by a homeowner. Unfortunately, the problems will become more severe as time passes, which is why early repairs should be made. Detecting early foundation problems is best done with help from a professional, often through an inspection. However, it might actually be possible for you to find early foundation problems on your own depending on how your house has been affected. Read More …

Five Ways You May Be Wasting Water In Your Home

22 September 2020
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Water conservation in the home is good for both the environment and for your wallet. Older homes, in particular, are prone water waste. Know the common culprits so you can remedy the problem. 1. Dripping Faucets Dripping faucets waste gallons of water a year. They are also annoying, and the constant dripping can cause the faucet to wear out more quickly. Most faucet drips are exceptionally easy fixes, so there is no need to ignore the problem. Read More …