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4 Common Signs Of Furnace Problems

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If you live in a cold climate, you most likely rely on your furnace around the clock during the coldest winter months to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Since furnaces are used so often during cold weather, it is important to know the signs and symptoms of furnace problems so you can have your furnace repaired before it fails completely and leaves you and your family without a reliable source of heat. Read More»

Pros And Cons Of Radiant Floor Heating

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Nothing will ruin a cozy winter morning in your warm bed quite like having to get up and place your bare feet on the frigid tile. It’s enough to make you question whether or not you really need to get up to make breakfast. While radiant floor heat is not necessarily a new idea, its popularity is increasing rapidly, giving homeowners with remodels and homebuilders another option when it comes to in-home heating. Read More»

Four Things To Consider When Doing Bathroom Remodeling For A Tiny Home

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Remodeling a bathroom in a tiny home may be necessary due to the limited square footage and your frustration with either the layout or functionality of the fixtures in the bathroom. Whether your tiny home is stationary or mobile, it is important that you choose carefully when it comes to remodeling the bathroom and making any major changes. With the limited square footage and unique challenges of design in a tiny home, you can benefit by considering the following four things. Read More»

Don't Forget Your Plumbing System During Spring Cleaning

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When you do your spring cleaning around your house, you should also take the opportunity to provide annual plumbing maintenance to your home’s plumbing system as well. This is a great time for you to make sure everything is working as it should and take care of those little things you tend to overlook throughout the year. You can learn about annual maintenance and what to look for in this article. Read More»

Tips To Be Prepared For A Plumbing Emergency

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A plumbing crisis can strike any building, and when this type of problem arises, it is critical for you to be knowledgeable about how to proceed. Unfortunately, there are some routine mistakes that people make that can cause a plumbing emergency to be more damaging than necessary. If you are unsure of how you should handle a plumbing emergency when it arises, the following tips can help make sure that you are as prepared as possible for these events. Read More»

Getting That Ring Out of Your Bathroom Drain

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You removed your ring and placed it on the edge of the bathroom sink to wash your hands. It only took a second for your sleeve to brush it off into the sink. Before you could stop it, the ring went down the drain. You could call a plumber to get the ring out of the drain, but with a few simple tools, you can get it out yourself. Here is how to take apart the drain to find your ring, or any item you drop into the sink. Read More»

Toilet Got A Stubborn Clog? Here's The Right Way To Use A Plunger Effectively

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You have a clogged toilet, so you grab for the plunger. Did you know that there’s a right way to use a plunger? If you don’t, you might find yourself wasting precious time trying to get the toilet to flush. Before you stick the plunger in the toilet, you owe it to yourself to learn the proper way to use it. Here are some step-by-step instructions that will help you get the most use out of your plunger. Read More»