3 Myths that May Clog or Break Your Garbage Disposal

Posted on: 27 February 2017

Home cleaning remedies are usually passed down word-of-mouth by people you know or by articles that you might read online. But how do you know that this advice is sound? It is easy to think that the cleaning methods used in our homes are logical and right because that is always the way it's been done. Take your garbage disposal, for instance. Managing what goes down the disposal is one of those things that people do every day and don't think twice about it since they "
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Electric Hot Water Heater Not Working? Know When To Replace Or Repair It

Posted on: 24 February 2017

Has your electric hot water heater suddenly stopped working, causing you to no longer have hot water in your home for showering or cleaning? If so, you are probably wondering if the entire unit needs to be replaced or if it only needs repair. The key will be identifying what is causing the problem, which should let you know what course of action you should take. Here is what you should know about it.
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How Can You Customize a Portable Restroom for a More Formal Event?

Posted on: 3 February 2017

If you're planning a somewhat formal outdoor event, such as a wedding in a park or a dance in a field beneath the stars, then you'll certainly want to rent some portable restrooms for attendees to use. But standard portable toilets with a tub of blue liquid below the bowl just won't cut it. No -- what you need is a full-size, portable bathroom. Bathroom rental companies often offer many different options that can transform what's generally thought of as a gross, outdoor bathroom into a true space of luxury.
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How To Keep Your Pipes From Freezing In Winter Weather

Posted on: 18 January 2017

If you live in an older home with a room that is either poorly heated or completely unheated, such as an outer room of a basement, there's a good chance that you have exposed plumbing that is in danger of freezing. Frozen water expands, and because it has nowhere else to go, it can burst through the sides of a pipe. Only pressurized supply pipes retain water inside when not in use, so a burst pipe can mean severe flooding in your home.
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