Home Checklist for Fall

Posted on on October 17th, 2019

SERVICE your heating unit Give your unit time to kick in. Cold weather is coming, and your HVAC can’t change from cooling to heating overnight. Be sure to replace the filters on your furnace, and clean your air ducts for better efficiency. You may want to consider scheduling a tune-up with a heating professional, who […]

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Bathroom Renovation Do’s and Dont’s

Posted on on October 14th, 2019

Your bathroom is one of the most important rooms of your home, and with the proper renovations, it can be your functional oasis. There are a lot of parts that come with redoing any room in your home. Here are some of the top considerations to remember if you’re giving your bathroom a makeover. Do: […]

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Why Do Lights Run on Different Circuits?

Posted on on October 10th, 2019

When the electrician comes to fix a problem with your wires, and he asked you to show him both circuits, you may be surprised. A question we often hear from a customer is why lights run on different circuits. The short answer is that it’s by design. There are different types of wiring in your […]

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When Should I Replace my Extension Cords?

Posted on on October 8th, 2019

From putting up holiday decorations to extending the power supply from a poorly placed outlet for a bedside lamp, extension cords are an essential household electrical accessory. With continuous use over time, extension cords are prone to deterioration that can cause dangerous shocks or even become fire hazards. Here are five signs that will let […]

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How Plumbers Test For Home Leaks

Posted on on October 2nd, 2019

Plumbing leaks in the home whether large or small can be a headache in the long run. From damaged drywall to mold and mildew growth, testing for leaks can help save you from costly repairs. Here’s how professional plumbers can test your home for leaks and fix the problem. Kitchen, Bathroom, and Basement Inspection Checking […]

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