What Could Be Wrong When Your Home Is Not Getting Warm

Posted on: 30 March 2015

If you are noticing that your home does not get warm no matter how high you set your thermostat, you could have a problem with your HVAC system. The problem might not even be with the furnace itself, and may require professional help to fix it. You will need to narrow down the problem, as it could be any of the following things. An Air Duct Leak Your furnace needs to push the warm air through your ductwork to get it throughout your home.
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Fixing A Few Roofing Shingles? Things To Consider While Shopping

Posted on: 17 March 2015

If you have a friend that used to do roofing, and thinks they can repair some damaged shingles for you without concern, you have to find a building supplies contractor. You'll want to take your damaged shingles with you, to make sure you can get other shingles that match. When you are there, get the shingles and the roofing nails that you need to do the work. You may also want to shop for the following things, to help improve the functionality of your roof, and to protect your home.
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3 Questions To Ask Before You Hire A Contractor

Posted on: 4 March 2015

Remodeling or building a house can be very exciting. Many people look forward and dream about the day when they will be able to build their own home. Before you make any decisions you have to make sure that you have hired the right general contractor. Here are a couple things to ask your general contractor before you hire them. Can You Give Me An Itemized Bid? Many contractors will give you a general bid when they go through the house.
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Planning A New Pool Purchase? ~ Reasons To Opt For Gunite

Posted on: 25 February 2015

Are you planning on purchasing a pool? If so, deciding on the type of pool you want installed will be one of the most important decisions you make. Perhaps you have already decided that you you want an in-ground pool. Gunite, fiberglass and vinyl are the material options available for in-ground pools.  What is gunite made of? You will be surprised to learn that gunite is a fancy name for cement that is composed of sand and concrete.
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