Building An Addition: A Homeowner's Guide

  • Check These Potential Water Sources Before Assuming Your Basement Isn't Waterproof

    1 March 2017

    If you've just gone downstairs to find water in your basement anyway, don't assume the worst yet. There are many possible causes of water in your basement that you should look for. If you find these, you can stop the water flow, but if these causes turn out not to be the problem, then it's time to have the waterproofing checked by a company like State Wide Waterproofing. Plumbing and Sewage Pipes

  • 4 Budget-Friendly Tips For Making Home Renovations

    1 March 2017

    The key to loving your living space is sure to depend on the amount of effort you put into it. Over time, it may be ideal to make a few home improvements that can allow you to get more joy out of your home. Of course, sticking to a budget is sure to be foremost for many homeowners. The good news is that this is entirely possible to do when you know the right renovations to make.

  • Tips for Installing Custom Hot Water Heating Systems In Your Home

    1 March 2017

    There are a lot of different kinds of heating systems on the market and some are more efficient than others. When it comes time to update your heating system, one of the most efficient systems available uses hot water to heat your home and with the right boiler, you can replace the hot water tank and provide hot water to the house as well. While most plumbers can deal with this kind of work, there are some that handle heating systems exclusively.

  • Removing A Set-In Stain From Your Couch

    1 March 2017

    If you live with pets or kids, it's inevitable that something will be spilled onto the fabric of your couch at some point in the future. While cleaning up a spill immediately is the easiest way to keep your couch looking new, it's not always feasible to assume you will be able to get to a spill right away. If you discover a set-in stain on your couch, you might feel like the stain is there to stay.

  • Tips For Protecting Your Air Conditioner From Two Common Warm-Weather Pests

    1 March 2017

    With the spring season bringing warmer temperatures, it's also the time of year when many insects start to emerge and look for new places to nest. Your home's central air conditioning unit is a popular destination for this, particularly if it's dormant until summer. Understanding the most common threats to your air conditioner will make it easier for you to prevent or combat the problem. Here are two of the most common types you might find in the air conditioner and what you need to know about them.

  • 3 Important Things to Remember About Water Wells

    1 March 2017

    Have you recently purchased a property with a water well? Are you wondering how you should maintain it? Fortunately, water wells are usually easy to maintain. There are, however, a few things that you need to remember about your well so that you can continue to use it for many years to come. A few things that you need to keep in mind include: Leave repairs to a professional: For many people, tinkering with mechanical things is a fun and interesting way to pass the time.

  • Three Tips for Protecting Your Building Against Fire

    1 March 2017

    Protecting a building against fire is among the more important responsibilities that a property owner will have. Unfortunately, mistakes can cause you to inadvertently increase the risks of fire seriously damaging your building. Minimizing the risk of fire damage can be done as easily as following some simple tips for getting the best performance from your fire alarm system. Leave the Doors to Rooms Without Fire Alarms Open Closing the doors to the rooms that are unused can seem like a harmless thing to do.