3 Plumbing Services That Can Save You Money

Posted on: 24 October 2016

Are you looking for ways to save on home plumbing and keep your utility costs down? Do you often feel like you're flushing your hard-earned cash down the toilet? The solution may lie within the plumbing pipes, fixtures, and fittings inside your home. Learning how to conserve water and detect potential problems before they escalate into a major disaster can save you money in the long run. The following common and convenient plumbing services can help you decrease energy costs and possibly prolong the life of your appliances:
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5 Problems That Can Cause Short Cycling Issues In Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 15 August 2016

If you've noticed your air conditioning system turns on and off constantly, then you may be dealing with a short cycling problem. Short cycling is a common HVAC system issue that not only adds excessive wear and tear on your system, but it can also rob it of its energy efficiency. There are many issues that can cause short cycling. The following takes a look at the 5 most common air conditioning problems that can lead to short cycling if left unaddressed.
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3 Questions You Should Consider When You Are Determining Where Your New Spa Will Be Installed

Posted on: 20 July 2016

If you are like many people at the end of the day, a long, hot soak in the spa is something you'd like to experience on a regular basis. If you are finally at the point in your life where doing so is possible, it is important to know the right questions to ask when you are choosing the new spa, as discussed below.   #1-Can The New Spa Be Placed Safely On A Back Porch?
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Storybook Style Makeover: More Fun, Less Fuss With Modern Siding For A Fairy-Tale Home Facade

Posted on: 15 July 2016

Falling in love with the storybook architectural style is easy. Its cute little nooks and crannies, the decorative chimneys and handsome woodwork evoke a playful sense of fun and fantasy. Creating the same house style for yourself from an ordinary bungalow or ranch style home can be fun – and challenging. But you have a lot more resources to draw on these days than when storybook style first became popular in the 1920s.
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