3 Things To Know About Repiping Your Home

Posted on: 25 January 2016

The plumbing system in your home is not only one of the most important systems your home has, but it can also be one of the largest sources of problems for homeowners. If you live in an old home and are having problems with your water supply or drain lines, the only true solution you may have for your plumbing problems is getting your house re-piped. Re-piping a house can be a huge task, depending on its size and layout, but it will solve all kinds of plumbing issues you may have now or those you may experience in the future. [Read More]

Tips for Combatting Rising Winter Heating Costs

Posted on: 22 January 2016

If the rapidly dropping temperatures of winter bring on a sudden fear of rising utility costs, don't panic. The good news is that you CAN have both a comfortable house and lower heating bills this winter. With a little bit of preparation, you can optimize your home's climate control system and energy use to make the most of your heating. Here's a look at some of the things that you should consider to help keep your home warm all winter long without busting your utility budget for the season. [Read More]

Learn The Signs That Your Bathroom Drain Has Sprouted A Leak To Minimize The Damage

Posted on: 19 January 2016

Water damage is one of the most dangerous things that can happen to your home's structure. If you don't get everything dried out properly, it can just keep on doing damage years after the initial event. Spotting the signs of a leak can stop this minor annoyance from becoming a serious problem. Stains While you are cleaning the bathroom, take a minute to look around the room. Check every corner, including those up by the ceiling. [Read More]

3-Step Guide To Unclogging Your Sluggish Drain Using Eco-Friendly Ingredients

Posted on: 11 January 2016

After pulling out the stopper in your kitchen sink, you may notice that the water is draining slowly. If so, you may want to unstop the drain before it becomes fully clogged, which could lead to a larger mess. Instead of reaching for a commercial drain cleaner full of harsh chemicals, try the following three-step, eco-friendly solution to your clogged drain that uses boiling water, a plunger, baking soda and vinegar. [Read More]