Owning a Home: Knowing When to Call in the Pros

3 Ways To Keep Your New Boiler's Condensate Pipe From Cracking

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A condensate pipe connected to a condensing boiler transports water left over from the heating process to a drain outside your house. Since a crack that leads to the structural failure of the condensate pipe could prevent your boiler from working at all, it’s important to both use high quality materials and pay attention to where exactly you place the pipe. Specifically, consider these three ways to keep your new boiler’s condensate pipe from cracking. Read More»

Preparing For And Dealing With A Planned Power Outage

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Power outages are never fun, but sometimes electricians actually have to temporarily and purposefully cut power to a wide range of houses. These planned power outages, though rare, can be rather confusing and upsetting if you aren’t properly prepared. Thankfully, it shouldn’t be too hard to get everything in order. Talk To Your Power Company About The Outage If you’ve received a letter from your power company or electrician regarding a planned outage, it’s actually worth calling them up to talk about it. Read More»

Replacing A Custom Glass Pane

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If you have had an incident occur where a custom glass window pane has broken, you will want to take the necessary steps in replacing it as soon as possible to help avoid injury. Often custom glass panes are relatively small in size, using several panes to make a pattern in a window. This type of pane replacement may be done on your own if you have the proper tools. Here are some instructions to follow when doing a small custom glass window pane replacement yourself. Read More»

3 Repair And Maintenance Tips To Get More Life Out Of Wood Windows

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There are many choices of materials for the windows you have installed in your home, but wood is still the most popular. This is for performance and durability, among other reasons. Wood windows can last for many years with the right care and maintenance, but they can also need repairs. If you want to get the most out of your wood windows, here are some tips to help make them last longer: Read More»

Is Your Furnace Going? Ask About A Geothermal Heat Pump And Save Big

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If you need a new furnace and an HVAC contractor, such as Lowry Services: Electric, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, thinks you should consider installing or replacing your air conditioning system, ask about a geothermal heat pump instead. Not only is the geothermal heat pump going to help with heating, but you can use it instead of an air conditioning unit to keep your house cool. Get quotes for both a new furnace, central air system and a geothermal heat pump. Read More»