Using A Pellet Stove For Supplemental Heating: Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on: 13 January 2016

If you are looking to reduce your fuel bills, installing a pellet stove for supplemental heating can be a good choice. In fact, on days when it is not too cold, you can probably even get by with using just the pellet stove. As you begin the process of choosing a pellet stove and having it installed, you might have the following questions: Where should the pellet stove be placed? [Read More]

Reasons To Hire A Gutter Cleaning Service For Your Elderly Relative

Posted on: 4 January 2016

Do you have elderly parents or other aging relatives who own their own home? Are you worried about them and wondering how you can make their lives easier? Although your relatives may insist that they have things under control, they may actually need more help than they realize. Here are some reasons why hiring a gutter cleaning service may be one of the best things that you can do for them: [Read More]

Identify, Fix And Prevent Septic Line Freezing

Posted on: 23 December 2015

Freezing temperatures can wreak a havoc on your home's water and septic systems. You likely know of the issues that can arise when your water lines freeze but did you know that your septic lines can freeze and cause you even more troubles? If your septic lines have frozen, you need to get them thawed and take precautions to prevent it from happening again. Here, you will learn how to do just that. [Read More]

Essential Tips For Storing Your Propane During The Winter

Posted on: 7 December 2015

Whether you use propane to power your equipment, heat your home or simply keep it in case of an emergency, you probably know that storing it correctly is important. During the winter months, it can be even more important to protect your propane. Luckily, following these tips can help you store it the right way when the temperatures plunge. Use the Right Type of Tank Storage in the right type of propane tank is always important, and it can be particularly important during the winter, when the propane can be at risk of separating. [Read More]