Archive for March, 2016
Let’s be honest. Not many of us think very critically about our heating and air conditioning units. Heating and air conditioning have entered the American sphere of entitlement much like indoor plumbing and washing machines have! But if we do stop to think about it, we’d realize that our HVAC system is basically a miracle. Good heating and air conditioning units keep our homes comfortable, save us up to 30% on energy costs, and reduce our exposure to allergens like dust, mold, and dirt. However, even do-all miracle HVAC systems need re
Did you know that about 7.6 million homeowners in the U.S. will remodel their kitchen this year? If that statistic will include yourself, you?re likely wondering exactly what sort of changes you should be making. Kitchens are a popular remodel project for a few reasons. For one, kitchens are often a determining factor in not only whether a homeowner will purchase a house, but also in affecting how much they are willing to pay. Even minor kitchen remodelings are known for having a fairly high return on investment, or ROI (typically upward of 70%).
And of course, while you?re still living in your home, it?s a high traffic area that?s in frequent use. No one likes looking at and working with at old, peeling counters for half the day. If you?re looking for a new kitchen design, here?s
When finding a plumber for toilet repairs or other plumbing services, we tend to get a little embarrassed about whatever the problem is. But the truth is, plumbers have seen it all. Literally. Plumbing problems are not unique and the plumbing repairs that comes with it have all been done before, so there’s nothing for you to be worried about. A plumber knows what he or she is in for before even getting to a house. Here are some of the most common reasons for calling in plumbing services to residential housing.
Burst Pipes This is a big emergency. Before the plumbing services arrive, you need to s