3 Things You Need To Do To Ensure That Your Steam Boiler Works As Effectively As Possible

Posted on: 13 February 2017

If you want to keep your heating costs down for the remainder of the winter time, here are three things that you can do to ensure that your steam boiler works as effectively as possible while keeping your energy costs within reason. #1 Keep Your Boiler Water Clean To start with, you need to make sure that you keep the water that is inside of your boiler clean. If your water has impurities or oils in it, this will result in the creation of wet steam, which is not ideal as it doesn't make as much heat as dry steam. [Read More]

Landlords Of Young Adults: 3 Things To Make Sure Your Tenants Know About Sinks

Posted on: 13 January 2017

If you are delving into the world of being a landlord, it's crucial for you to realize that some of your tenants may be new at adulting and, therefore, may need some instructions on how to properly take care of a rental unit. Unfortunately, these types of life lessons usually are not taught in schools and may not get enough attention on the home front due to the hustle and bustle lifestyle in recent years. [Read More]

Three Common Causes Of A Clogged Bathroom Sink And Tips For Solving The Problem

Posted on: 8 December 2016

Clogged sink drains are a common plumbing issue that nearly everyone deals with occasionally. Clogs in the drain of the bathroom sink can occur at any time.  Understanding the most common causes, how to avoid them and what to do if a clog occurs will make your life easier. Hair You may not think of hair as a common culprit for clogged bathroom sinks, but it is. Over time, just a few strands of hair a day from daily grooming in front of the mirror can wreak havoc with your drains. [Read More]

Expecting a Baby? Baby-Proof Your Home's Hot Water to Prevent Burns

Posted on: 21 October 2016

If you are expecting a baby, there's no doubt you've thought about what would need to be done to baby-proof your home. While you do have some time before your little one is scampering around and getting into everything, it's important to baby-proof your home's hot water. Here are a few things to consider.  Water-heater temperature Many people enjoy taking hot showers and baths, but hot water can scald a baby's delicate skin and lead to severe burns. [Read More]