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How to Handle Leaks Underneath the Foundation of Your House

Whether you are familiar with plumbing or not, there is a chance that if you are a homeowner one day, you will have a pipe leak. It would be a good...

on Jun 29, 2020

How to Make Your Own Re-usable Disinfectant Wipes

Cleaning wipes are still a pretty rare find in the stores because of the pandemic. Here is a way you can make your own and create less waste while...

on Jun 25, 2020

How Students Can Save Money for First Apartment Rental

Getting all you need when you move to your first apartment can be costly, especially when you are on a line budget as a student. The fact that...

on Jun 22, 2020

Fresh DIY Ideas for Easy Home Décor

When it comes to home décor, there are a few options available to home owners. The readymade ones from the market might come at higher...

on Jun 21, 2020

Reasons to Hire End of Lease Cleaning Services

You love your apartment, and you have made many great memories there. However, now you must consider what to do as you near the end of your lease....

on Jun 21, 2020

Plumbing / Basements

Maximize Your Basement: Tips for Remodeling this Essential Part of You

Maximize Your Basement: Tips for Remodeling this Essential Part of You

by contentblvd on Feb 20, 2013

When people think about renovating their homes, they often overlook a major component of their house: the basement. Sure, you can leave the basement just the way it is, but you’re probably not maximizing the space you have in your house. Continue reading →

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Should You Call a Plumber or Fix It Yourself?

Should You Call a Plumber or Fix It Yourself?

by Guest on Feb 21, 2013

If you’re a homeowner who likes to save some money and time, you can do some minor plumbing repairs around your house.  Eventually, though, a problem will arise that is beyond your scope of expertise or abilities.  Knowing when you can handle a plumbing problem yourself and when you need to call in a professional can save you untold headaches and plenty of money too. Continue reading →

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How to Make Your Own Emergency Pipe Repair Kit

How to Make Your Own Emergency Pipe Repair Kit

by Guest on Feb 27, 2013

There are few things that can cause as much inconvenience as a busted water pipe. Whether you are dealing with the outlet pipe from a water heater or a more inaccessible piece of plumbing located in the interior walls of your home, a busted water pipe can mean potential hazards. Continue reading →

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Variable Frequency Drives: to Maximize Power Savings

Variable Frequency Drives: to Maximize Power Savings

by Guest on Mar 11, 2013

It has been tested by a lot of professionals in the electrical industry that pumps with variable frequency drives can reduce maintenance in the system and save the waste energy associated with mechanical flow regulation. Continue reading →

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Fixing the Top 5 Most Common Plumbing Problems

Fixing the Top 5 Most Common Plumbing Problems

by Guest on May 7, 2013

When it comes to plumbing, you are bound to face some issues at a certain point in time. Trivial problems here and there will arise to niggle at you. Some people wait until the problem aggravates. However, it is always advisable that you nip the issue in the bud. Continue reading →

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Quick Response to Leak Detection and Restoration Saves Your Home

Quick Response to Leak Detection and Restoration Saves Your Home

by Guest on Sep 10, 2013

Damage to property by water can be devastating. It can all happen so quickly that protecting personal belongings can be difficult. A faulty pipe or sewer can flood your home with several gallons of water that it can resemble the aftermath of a natural disaster. Though some pipe bursts can occur suddenly, unattended leaks can also lead to such disasters. Prompt leak detection and restoration is thus very essential. Continue reading →

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Quick Steps to Deal with Plumbing Emergencies

Quick Steps to Deal with Plumbing Emergencies

by brian gaerlan on Oct 26, 2013

Plumbing emergencies can happen anytime and one must be prepared to deal with it. The first step is to prevent the flow of water and that has to be the first step. To understand you and your family members need to understand the exact location of the shutoff valve for the appliance and fixture, along with the main valve and see how it operates. Continue reading →

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Steps to Take When You Suspect a Blocked Drain

Steps to Take When You Suspect a Blocked Drain

by Boris Dzhingarov on Dec 12, 2013

Blocked drains are sometimes really problematic to fix. Based on the location of the blockage and the type that it is, different steps need to be taken to fix the problem. Every homeowner from around the world needs to understand the fact that they need to be prepared. Continue reading →

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Tips for Choosing the Right Plumber for Your Remodel Job

Tips for Choosing the Right Plumber for Your Remodel Job

by Sally Smith on Jan 30, 2014

A natural part of owning a home is doing upgrades, maintenance, and remodeling. When you decide that it is time to remodel your home, you will need to find the right plumber. There are some tips you should use when you are looking for the right one for your remodeling job. Continue reading →

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Tips on Finding Hard to Find Plumbing Leaks

Tips on Finding Hard to Find Plumbing Leaks

by Guest on Mar 13, 2014

Professional leak detector services are highly sophisticated as they use different kinds of electronic detectors to locate leaks without any disruption. Experienced plumbers can detect the smallest leak accurately with destroying your structure. Continue reading →

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