New Homeowner? Keep An Eye Out For These Common Plumbing Issues

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Owning a home comes with a long list of rewards, but also a list of responsibilities that can feel nearly as extensive. Among the areas that you shouldn't overlook is the plumbing in your home. Dealing with a seemingly small problem early on can save you significant money and time in the long run, as untreated plumbing issues only get worse when you fail to address them. Whether you're a new homeowner or are simply someone who's keen on taking a more proactive approach with your home's plumbing, here are three common issues that you shouldn't ignore. [Read More]

3 Signs That Your Garage Door Might Need A New Spring

Posted on: 1 May 2015

For something so handy, garage doors are actually relatively simple. They only have a few simple parts, so it's important for all of these parts to work properly if you want to get the most out of your garage door. Unfortunately, garage door springs can become damaged over time, or they can be damaged if you hit the garage door with your vehicle. If you notice this problem, however, you can generally have it fixed rather quickly and affordably. [Read More]

Prepare For Whole Home Window Replacement With These Tips

Posted on: 15 April 2015

Restoring the exterior of your home can help add a substantial boost to its value, but the number of projects involved can be overwhelming. One project that is nearly a guarantee for a good investment is replacing the windows, since the energy savings could lead to cutting your energy bills $1000 a year or more. If you've decided to hire professionals to replace the windows in your home, you can make the job easier by using the following tips. [Read More]

Intensive Maintenance For Air Conditioning Air Quality

Posted on: 2 April 2015

Many people stick to changing the filter and dusting off the outside of their air conditioning unit for normal upkeep. Whether you're using a window-mounted unit, wall units or a central air system, the basic cleaning just isn't enough. If you've noticed weak airflow or strange smells when your air conditioning is operating, consider the following troubleshooting techniques that could make your life a lot easier. Avoiding Filter Damage When you inspect the air conditioner filter, one of the first areas of concerns is the dust on the screen. [Read More]