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Have Professionals Install Your Next Water Heater

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With the proliferation of DIY websites and how-to TV shows, and the need for people to save money on home repairs and upgrades, it’s no wonder that many try to install or replace water heaters on their own. However, this really isn’t a job for the DIY set, especially if the water heater runs on gas. Even if you’re just replacing one water heater with an identical water heater, let professional contractors do it – your new water heater, your home, and your safety will be the better for it. Read More»

Have Odors In Your Drains? What Dangers To Test For

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If you have noticed that there are odors coming out of the drains around your home and you have never had the plumbing looked at by a professional since you moved to the property, it may be time to look into professional assistance. You can have a plumber come to look at the property to determine what is going on. Here are some of the things that you want completed when the plumber comes to your house to look at the drains, pipes, and the potential problems causing odors. Read More»

Diagnosing Common Well Water Pressure Problems With Simple Solutions

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Relying solely on a private water well to keep your home supplied with water is beneficial, but also means the responsibility to tackle issues will usually fall on your shoulders. While most issues with a water well will be a simple fix, none can be more frustrating than dealing with lacking water pressure. Without an ample amount of water pressure, you may find it hard to do even the most basic things inside your home, whether it is taking a shower or washing a load pf laundry because your washing machine refuses to work correctly without ample water pressure. Read More»

Steps to Assist with Cleaning and Sealing Gutter Pieces

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If leaves and debris have clogged portions of your home’s gutter system, clean each piece’s interior by completing the following steps. Once you have finished, inspect adjoining gutter pieces to ensure that they are connected and sealed so that water that drips from your home’s rooftop is distributed through the system and deposited away from your home’s exterior. Materials extension ladder safety goggles harness hand shovel hand rake scrub brush detergent spray bottle water hose tube brush caulk gun waterproof epoxy sealant thin paintbrush Remove Debris and Stains from Each Piece Read More»

Weather The Storm: Dos And Don'ts For Handling A Homeowner's Insurance Claim For Hail Damage

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During a vicious thunderstorm, you hear the recognizable sound of hail pinging off your roof. Afterwards, a quick glance at your roof confirms what you expected: hail damage. If your roof requires repair or replacement, you may decide to make a claim against your homeowner’s insurance policy. Understand what to do and what not to do when dealing with your insurance company. Do Have a Copy of Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy  Read More»