Archive for February, 2017

Who Do You Call When You Have a Clogged Drain?

Sewer line repair

As a homeowner, you’re proud of your home and what it represents. At the same time, as all homeowners discover sooner or later, all repairs and emergencies are also your responsibility. Drains will clog, dishwashers will overflow, and tree roots will tangle with the underground pipes and sewers, causing leaks and even structural damage. A reliable plumbing and rooter service can help you deal with all of these problems, many even before they actually get started.

Emergencies and repairs
Most people only ever see the rooter service in an emergency situation, when they find that they have clogged toilets or a dishwasher that’s flooding the kitchen. Quite often, trying to fix the problem yourself only makes it worse.
A local clogged drain service that responds to emergenc

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The Costs of Neglecting Annual Home Maintenance Tasks

Kitchen remodel

When you own a home for many years, you tend to put off the required maintenance. Putting it off another year saves you money and time, or so it seems. Neglecting home maintenance tasks can actually be very expensive in the long run, and can cause your house many hazardous damages. Keep up with your housing tasks by creating a schedule and completing certain, necessary tasks each month. Sticking to this schedule can prevent many problems from occurring.

Fire hazards
Furnace maintenance is important for more reasons than upkeep. Your furnace is responsible for putting heat into the house through the vents. The upkeep often includes yearly inspections of the actual furnace and the thorough cleaning of the air vents. Over time, the air vents become filled with dust and other hou

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7 HVAC Tips Anyone Can Use

Air conditioner installation roanoke

The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems that are available in most homes make life in the United States possible. It has been discovered that the chances of dying over the summer, due to excessive heat, have decreased by about 80% in the last 50 years because of the advent of air conditioning. It has been estimated that at least two-thirds of all homes are kept cool in the summer by air conditioners. Keeping our systems from needing costly emergency HVAC service may not be something that homeowners think about every day but it is something that should not be forgotten entirely. Luckily, there are some things people can do to keep their systems humming along:

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What Is Your Next Home Remodeling Project?

Shower wall tile

It almost seems like the swimming pool frenzy is contagious. While you have been busy selecting new glass tile designs for your kitchen backsplash, two of your neighbors were making decisions about pool mosaic designs for their backyard swimming pools and hot tubs. While you were making selections between different kinds of subway wall tiles for the shower in your master bathroom, two other friends were showing you the pool mosaic designs they were considering for their new pools.
Interestingly enough, when you went on a tour of the new pools in the neighborhood in the middle of the summer, some

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Yes, Your Dream Kitchen CAN Be Outside!!

Pool renovations tampa

Most homeowners are interested in increasing the value of their home. These days what brings in the best ROI, or return on investment, are upgraded kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor space. Especially when winter is on its way out, and thoughts of spring and summer begin to again become a reality, people start to think about how they can transform their yard into outdoor living at its finest.

When taking a vacation is not a possibility, for whatever the reason, there is an alternative. The STAYcation, or vacation at home, has become very appealing to a lot of homeowners who just are not financially set for time away, or, because of their work schedule, do not have the time to spend away from the job. Deciding to go with the staycation idea, many homeowners will also begin to look into

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