Tips For Keeping Your Home Warm When The Winter Arrives

Posted on: 3 January 2017

During the cold winter months, you will likely experience a significant increase in your home's energy expenses. While your heating system can be a major energy user, it is essential for protecting your family against the winter cold. Luckily, you may be able to reduce your energy expenses by taking several commonly overlooked steps that can greatly boost the performance of your heating system. Service Your Heating Unit The most important step for improving the performance of your heating system is to have it serviced by a professional prior to the start of each winter.
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Including Hands-Free Technology In Your Bathroom Remodel

Posted on: 3 January 2017

When it comes to increasing the function and value of your home, updating the bathroom can be a great place to start. No bathroom remodel project would be complete without the replacement of worn and dated plumbing fixtures. You may think that selecting a new sink faucet would be an easy task, but there are so many options available on the market it can be challenging to narrow your choice to a single selection.
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Avoid These Four Drain Cleaning Mistakes To Protect Your Home's Plumbing System

Posted on: 30 December 2016

Plumbing problems in your home are a headache because they can make everyday necessities like bathing and using the toilet impossible. Fortunately, you can prevent plumbing problems and maximize the lifespan of your home's plumbing fixtures by taking proper care to avoid damage. The following are four of the most common mistakes homeowners make that compromise the condition of their home's plumbing system: Putting chemical products down your drains with excessive frequency
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Prepping For Houseguests: 3 Steps To Protect Your Plumbing

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Hosting houseguests is always exciting, and you have spent hours sprucing up your guest room and planning a fun itinerary. However, it is also important to think about preventing minor mishaps that can destroy all of the fun. Your home's plumbing is susceptible to damage from well-meaning friends and family who may not know the in's and out's of your persnickety pipes. Additionally, younger or older houseguests may have special needs to protect them from injury.
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