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3 Telltale Signs Your Heating System Is On The Fritz

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Furnaces are expensive pieces of equipment; as such, homeowners typically don’t want to replace them until it’s absolutely necessary to do so. At the same time, however, mechanical problems within a furnace, if ignored, can eventually become major enough that the entire unit may need to be replaced. Because of this, it’s recommended that homeowners have even the seemingly smallest of furnace repairs done right away. Being aware of a few of the common signs that your home heating system is on the fritz or is about to break down can be helpful in this regard. Read More»

Septic Tank Pumping: How To Reduce The Frequency Of This Maintenance

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Having your septic tank pumped is a vital part of maintaining your septic system and preventing an overflow. Unfortunately, there is simply no way to avoid this maintenance requirement altogether. However, this does not mean that you need to simply accept the need for frequent tank pumping. In fact, there is quite a lot that you can do to reduce the frequency with which your septic tank needs to be pumped by a company like H&R Complete Inc. Read More»

Spruce Up Your Garage Door With These Clever Design Ideas

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Garage doors are often considered an essential part of any home with a garage, but not a major design feature. Instead of allowing your garage door to be an unsightly feature of your home, you’ll benefit greatly by turning it into one of your favorite parts of your home. With the following five design ideas, you can enhance your home’s curb appeal with a new or remodeled garage door. Avoid Straight Lines and Choose Curves Read More»

Tips For Getting The Most Protection From Your Front Door

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Having a lock on your front door is the standard protection from burglary attempts. But it may not be enough if the thief can kick a door in easily of use a crowbar to get past the lock. Here are some ways to make sure your front door is really protecting your home. 1. Install the Best Deadbolt Possible Don’t skimp on this. Have a locksmith service like Pop A Lock install the best deadbolt they have available. Read More»

Why Does Faucet Water Become Discolored?

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If the faucet water in your home develops a brownish tint or any type of discoloration, you’re obviously not going to feel too confident about drinking it or using it in the home. If your water isn’t crystal clear, you should look into the cause of the discoloration before using it.  The following are four of the most common causes of discolored tap water in the home: Iron content When tap water is tinted a brown or reddish brow color, the discoloration is probably coming from iron pipes that are getting old and possibly beginning to break down. Read More»