Owning a Home: Knowing When to Call in the Pros

Quick Fixes For A Leaking Window Air Conditioning Unit

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If your window air conditioning unit is leaking, the drain pan, filter, or condensate line may be to blame. Assessing each area will help you determine which repair needs to be made. Turn the power off to your unit before completing any of the following inspections and repairs. Materials scrub brush mild detergent water hose epoxy  small paintbrush filter flashlight shop vacuum cleaner pipe brush Drain Pan The drain pan collects condensation from your air conditioner. Read More»

Remodeling Your Kitchen? 5 Reasons To Choose A Glass Backsplash

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When you’re in the process of remodeling your kitchen and making design choices, it is easy to choose a backsplash without much thought. However, taking a bit of time to select the right backsplash can not only prevent your walls from getting stained, but also give your remodeled kitchen a fresh, different look. Glass can be a beautiful choice for your backsplash, and here are some reasons why. Light Lighting is always an important consideration in any room, and because glass reflects light beautifully, a glass backsplash can help you to have a brighter kitchen without installing many more lights to the room. Read More»

3 Reasons You Should Have A Water Softener Installed Before You Have A Baby

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If you are about to have a baby, then you are most likely overwhelmed with the options of safety equipment and supplies designed for infants. While you may choose to skip many unnecessary items, one thing many parents don’t realize they will need is a water softener. Your baby will come into contact with your water several times a day, so it is important to make sure you are providing him or her with the best water possible. Read More»

Answers To 2 Common Questions About Expansive Soil

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Cracked foundations are one of the most difficult and expensive home improvement issues to address. Even if your foundation seems okay, it may be at risk depending on the type of soil around your home. If you would like to learn more about one of the most common causes of cracked foundations, read on. This article will provide answers to two common questions about expansive soil. What is expansive soil? Read More»

Expansion Tanks: What Are They And How Do They Work?

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If you have steam heat, you are familiar with the slow whistling sound that comes from your registers when the heat is on. You also know the pain of having to check the water level in your furnace to make sure that it does not run too low. Have you ever wondered why the registers whistle and what that means for your heating system? What Does It Mean? When your furnace heats the water into steam, there is an increase in volume of the water in the heating system. Read More»