4 Signs The Plumbing In Your Bathroom Needs To Be Repaired Or Replaced

Posted on: 10 September 2017

Few rooms in a home have as many pipes and plumbing fixtures as the bathroom. Over time, plumbing issue can develop and you will need to have the plumbing in your bathroom replaced. The best thing you can do is recognize the signs of failing plumbing so you can have the repairs made before costly damage is done. Some of the most common signs that it is time to replace the plumbing in your bathroom include:
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4 Factors To Be Aware Of When Determining What The Costs Of Your Pool Installation Will Be

Posted on: 8 August 2017

When you're having a pool installed at your home, you need to get a quote to see how much it will cost you. Looking at this quote and thinking about how it fits in with your budget is important when deciding which pool features you want to include, what materials you want your pool to be constructed from, and which contractor you want to work with to construct your pool.
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Life Without R-22: Your Options for Residential Cooling

Posted on: 20 July 2017

Sooner or later, a new HVAC system will likely be on your home improvement shopping list. The recent industry-wide move away from traditional R-22 or Freon refrigerant is opening up a few possibilities, each offering their own unique pros and cons in terms of performance, efficiency and overall operation. If you're having a hard time choosing with system works best, then this brief guide should help you understand your current options.
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Have A Well And Getting An Inspection? What You Can Expect To Happen

Posted on: 24 February 2017

If you have a well at your home, you must get it inspected on a regular basis so you and your family can have safe drinking water. If you have never had this done before, you may not know what the contractor will do. If this is true, below are some things you can expect to happen while they are there. Do a Flow Test The contractor will do a flow test, which measures the water level and output, tank pressure, switch contact pressure, and the performance of the well pump.
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