3 Ways A Plumber Will Service Your Water Heater

Posted on: 29 December 2014
As a homeowner, it's your responsibility to maintain your appliances. However, some appliances, such as your water heater, just seem too complicated for you to maintain and repair on your own. For this reason, you've always hired a plumber to take care of your water heater. Instead of staying in the dark about your water heater's necessary maintenance (and having no idea what your plumber marks on your invoices), enlighten yourself.
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Top Reasons To Purchase New Windows

Posted on: 23 December 2014
If you are like many homeowners, you have probably heard that one of the best steps that you can take to winterize your home is to replace any drafty windows that you have. Replacing your drafty windows will save you money on your heating and cooling cost. While this is true, it is not the only reason to make this type of investment. There are some other reasons that may save you much more than you will realize in energy costs.
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3 Tips For Mopping Like A Professional Janitor

Posted on: 22 December 2014
Have you ever wondered why your kid's junior high hallway floor looks immaculate, while your own tiny kitchen linoleum is perpetually littered with smudges? Although mopping might seem simple, every homeowner knows how difficult it can be to keep a floor pristine. Here are three tips for mopping like a professional janitorial service, so that you can make short work of that dingy floor.  1: Heat is Your Friend
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Got A Lot Of Snow On Your Roof? Get Answers To Questions You May Be Asking Yourself

Posted on: 18 December 2014
If it has snowed heavily where you live, your roof may be covered in a large amount of snow. When this happens, you may find yourself asking many questions about snow and your roof.  Here are a few questions you may have about snow and roofs and the answers to those questions. How Much Snow Can Accumulate on a Roof Before Someone Should Worry? Unfortunately, there are many factors that determine how much snow can accumulate on a roof before you begin to worry.
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