Chimney And Fireplace Use For New Homeowners: What You Should Know

Posted on: 26 May 2016

Many new homeowners have little or no experience with proper fireplace use. If you're buying a home this spring or summer and will be acquiring your first fireplace in the transaction, these tips will help you enjoy your new fireplace and chimney. Get Your Chimney Cleaned and Repaired You may have paid for a home inspection when you bought the house, but many home inspections only cover an overview of the chimney.
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3 Possible Solutions To Help Deal With A Well Going Dry

Posted on: 10 May 2016

Drying of a water well can mean no water or poor quality, and there are many things that can cause this. A drought can lead to a shallow well becoming dry when it usually has plenty of water. Old wells can also have problems with the casings, or with outdated equipment like pumps. All of the problems with your well going dry have potential solutions, such as drilling further or renovating casing or installing a new pump.
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Causes Of Low Water Pressure

Posted on: 25 April 2016

As problems go, low water pressure seems rather unimportant in theory. In reality, it's a serious annoyance and handicaps your efforts to accomplish daily tasks. When you hop in the shower every morning, having water dribble from the shower head means a long and unsatisfactory shower. Washing dishes takes forever, and the low pressure means getting them truly clean is more difficult. If you have this problem, you need to check for several different issues in order to restore proper pressure.
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A Few Tips For Keeping Your Long-Lasting, Composite Deck Looking Beautiful

Posted on: 5 April 2016

While composite decks are being touted as long-lasting and easy to care for, it does not mean you can treat them roughly or not perform any maintenance on them to keep them looking beautiful. Here are a few tips to keep your deck looking as good as possible for as long as possible. Things Not to Use on Your Deck The composite material in the deck can be scratched or gouged the same way wood can.
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