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3 Signs That You Should Have Your Well Water Tested

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When all is going well, you might not think about having your water tested. If you use municipal water, then this probably isn’t something that you have to worry about, since the water might already be treated. If you have a water well, however, you are the one who is responsible for making sure that your water is safe. These are three signs that you might need to have your water well tested. Read More»

3 Signs You Should Add On to Your Home Instead of Selling

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In many cases, when people’s families grow and their needs change, they find themselves selling their old homes and buying new ones. Even though this is sometimes the best option, there are other options for you to look into. For example, if you need more space, you might be able to just add on to your home rather than selling it and buying another one. These are a few signs that this might be the right option for you. Read More»

Signs Your Water Well Is Not Deep Enough

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If you have a water well, you might not want to think about it not providing you with the water that you and your family need. However, in some cases, it becomes necessary to dig a deeper well because the existing well is too shallow. These are a few signs that your well might not be deep enough. 1. Your Water Pressure Is Reduced A whole host of different problems can cause the water pressure in your home to be reduced, including plumbing leaks and problems with your well. Read More»

Roof Repairs To Obtain This Winter

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Does your roof often leak during a rain or snow storm? If so, preparing your roof for upcoming winter storms can be extremely beneficial when it comes to protecting your home. So, rather than let your roof leak this winter, be sure that you are avoiding major problems down the road and further leaking issues by maintenance and roof repairs like the following: Gutter Improvements and Cleaning: It can be easy to avoid having any maintenance done on your roof gutter as you may not think this aspect of your roof is a critical component to your roof. Read More»

What Causes Algae To Grow On Your Home's Siding?

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Algae is green and slimy, and when it grows on a home’s siding, it can be very unattractive. As a homeowner, finding effective ways to remove the algae from your home’s siding can help you care for your property and keep your house looking its best. The following FAQ will help you care for your siding and remove algae when it begins to grow. What causes algae to grow on your home’s siding? Read More»

3 Signs You Should Use Pre-Built Trusses On Your New Home

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While in the process of planning for your brand new home, you have to make a lot of decisions about various components of the building process. For example, you have to worry about the process of building the roof and whether or not you want to use pre-built trusses. These are a few signs that pre-built trusses are a good option for your home. 1. You Want to Speed Up the Process Read More»

Unexpected Uses For Your Room With Radiant Floor Heating

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Hiring a contractor to install radiant floor heating in one or more of the rooms in your home instantly makes your home feel more cozy. In addition to the room being warmer, it’s a pleasant feeling for you, your family, and your guests to enjoy warm feet — especially during the wintertime. What you might not have considered, however, is that radiant floor heating can provide a number of useful applications beyond simply heating the room and making you feel cozy. Read More»

Want To Live Closer To Your Family? 3 Reasons To Consider Custom Home Building

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Whether you are living in an apartment or a home that you own, you may be considering a move. While there are many reasons for people wanting to move, you might feel distant from your family. It is tough to make plans to spend time with your family on a regular basis when seeing each other takes so much work. If you are interested in owning a home to get closer to them, you have to decide whether you want to buy a home—like most people do—or go through the custom home building process. Read More»

Top 3 Times To Call An Emergency Plumbing Service

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Have you recently moved into a house? Are you having issues with your plumbing and are trying to decide whether to call a plumber now or wait until later? Home maintenance can be a confusing task for many people, especially when you’ve never had to deal with it before. While some things can wait until later, other things need to be handled as soon as possible. Here are some things that need to be taken care of as soon as you notice them: Read More»

3 Tips To Prevent Your Siding From Rotting

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Even though many types of siding are designed to last for many years, there are various environmental factors that you have to consider when looking at the lifespan of your siding. For example, many homeowners find themselves dealing with rotting siding, which can come from too much moisture. These are a few helpful tips that can help prevent you from dealing with this problem. 1. Choose a Rot-Resistant Type of Siding Read More»