Solving Water Quality Problems In Your Home

7 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Access to clean water in your home is essential for your family's health as well as bathing, cooking, washing clothes and other household tasks. If the quality of your water supply is compromised, you risk exposure to dangerous pathogens that transmit diseases. Tainted water may also smell bad or look cloudy. The following guide to common residential water problems can help take care of contamination and other water issues. Smelling Rotten Eggs Read More 

Kid-Proofing Your HVAC Floor Vents

7 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If you have kids in the house, you know that they love to tear things apart and find new, fun places to hide toys. In many homes, the HVAC floor vent covers are not actually attached to the floor. If your child hasn't yet discovered, this, rest assured he soon will. To keep your kids from removing the vent covers and placing toys and other small objects down the air vents, here are some tips for kid-proofing your HVAC floor registers. Read More 

4 Common Air Conditioning System Issues In Veterinary Offices

6 November 2014
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As hot weather rolls around, you likely switch on the air conditioning unit without a thought about its condition. Unfortunately, you may need to give this machine more than a passing thought to help it withstand the harsh demands of keeping your veterinary office cool. The dirt, dander and fur flying through the air in your vet clinic could increase the frequency of issues commonly found with regular use of air conditioning units. Read More 

What Costs Do You Need To Consider When Installing A New Furnace?

4 November 2014
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As with any major purchase, the price tag for a furnace installation rarely ends with the price tag on the unit themselves. While you are probably ready to take care of both the cost of the furnace itself and its installation, there are some other costs that you might not be as prepared for. Ductwork Repairs In order to get the maximum benefit from your new, more efficient furnace, your ductwork needs to be in good condition as well. Read More 

Patching A Vinyl Inground Pool Liner When There’s Water In The Pool

31 October 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Vinyl pool liners are one of the most cost-effective choices, but are often less durable than other liner options. According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, vinyl swimming pool liners have a life expectancy of about 10 years. As your pool liner ages, it becomes more susceptible to rips and tears. If you fail to repair the tear, water will continue to leak which can lead to corrosion of the pool walls. Read More