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Learn How To Clean And Replace Your Gas Furnace’s Thermocouple

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Uncategorized |

If the pilot light to your gas furnace keeps turning off each time that you turn your unit on, the thermocouple may be dirty or need to be replaced. Learn how to handle each of these situations so that you can use your furnace without any interruptions.  Use The Following Materials emery cloth lint free cloths compressed air thermocouple pliers Remove Corrosion From The Thermocouple Turn off the power to your furnace so that you do not suffer from an injury while you are cleaning the thermocouple. Open the access panel on your unit. Next...

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3 Tips To Prevent Water Damage From Getting Worse

Posted by on May 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Water damage can be caused by a lot of things. Everything from a major water heater malfunction to a tiny plumbing leak can cause water damage in your home, and you also have to think about environmental events, such as roof leaks and flooding. Regardless of the cause of water damage in your home, you probably want to prevent the problem from getting any worse while you are waiting for a water damage restoration professional to arrive. Luckily, following these tips can help. 1. Put a Stop to the Water Source If at all possible, put a stop to...

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3 Tips For Getting Your First Home

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you want to make sure that you are able to close on a home and make your dream of ownership a reality, you’ll need to use the right advice. There are some key strategies that you’ll be able to use in order to get the home of your dreams. As a first time homebuyer, you might be wary of the process, so take advantage of some of these tips, in order to get the most of this situation.  #1: Ask Yourself The Most Vital Questions In order to make sure that you’re getting the the most out of your home purchase, there are...

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Want To Landscape Around That Air Conditioner? Follow These Tips!

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Let’s face it: your conditioner condenser isn’t the most attractive thing on your lawn. It’s big, it’s square, it’s made of metal. It’s also noisy when the air conditioning is running, which can draw unwanted attention to the unit. If you’re like many homeowners currently planning their spring landscaping, you’re seeking ways that you can hide your condenser in the coming growing season. Hiding that big ugly condenser is a good idea, but care must be taken to ensure that the condenser has enough...

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Tips On Preventing Fires In Construction Trailers

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Trailer fires are a significant construction site hazard that can be prevented through careful planning and vigilance. Fires sometimes start in construction trailers because they contain a dangerous mix of power equipment and flammable fuels.  Anyone using a construction trailer on a worksite should be aware of the following safety tips for preventing fires: Install a fire extinguisher Those doing construction work out of a trailer should definitely make sure that their trailer is equipped with a fire extinguisher. Not only is...

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Simple Gutter Maintenance Every Homeowner Should Do

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your gutter system is a very important structure, as it directs water away from your home so it will not pool up along your foundation. This would cause problems such as deteriorating your foliage, damaging your home’s exterior and possibly flooding inside. There are some simple maintenance steps you can take to keep your gutter system working to its best ability so you will not have to work about any of these troubles. Here are some upkeep steps you can do to keep your gutters working year-round. Know When To Look Gutters should be...

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Is Your Garage Door Kid-Safe?

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Over two decades ago, legislation was passed that required all garage door openers manufactured on or after January 1, 1993 to include safety mechanisms that would prevent the garage door from closing on an object in the door opening. This legislation was intended specifically to protect children and pets who might be playing or moving in the path of the moving garage door. Understanding what these safety mechanisms do and how they operate can help you, as a parent, to ensure that your garage door is safe for your child. Automatic Reverse...

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Catch Mold Early To Prevent Big Problems

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

No one wants a moldy home, of course. But according to the Centers for Disease Control, there may be more than three hundred thousand species of fungi out there. These various molds are found in almost any kind of environment, both indoors and outdoors. That’s why it’s important to know how to prevent and remove mold in the home. Preventing Mold The most common rooms to find mold in a home are in the kitchen and the basement, and the reason is simple: humidity. Molds generally grow in damp areas. For this reason, keeping the...

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Four Affordable Alternatives To Asphalt Roofing You May Not Have Considered

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have an asphalt shingle roof, it will eventually need to be replaced. Today, you have many choices for replacing your asphalt shingles that are comparable in price. The materials can be composite, metal or even wood. Many people have the misconception that these roofing solutions cost much more, but they are actually very affordable. Here are four of the alternatives available for you to replace your asphalt roofing: 1. Metal Roofing For A Long Lasting Roof Replacement Metal roofing is a great material to use for replacement of asphalt...

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2 Types Of Windows To Consider When Remodeling Or Building A Home

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Choosing to replace your residential windows is a great decision, especially when you consider the many different types of windows that offer extra features that basic windows lack. Two types of windows to consider when remodeling or building a home are security windows and easy-to-clean windows. Security Windows There are several types of windows that can make your home more secure, with the most common option being impact-resistant windows. These windows will make it harder for burglars to make it into your home by having two panes of glass...

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The Right Type Of Tile For Your Kitchen & Lifestyle

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Bringing tile into the kitchen is a great way to provide a quick and easy transformation of the whole space. A tiled counter can alter the room’s atmosphere, and bring an elevated, appealing feature to the kitchen area. If you are unsure about which tiles are the best for your kitchen, look at samples and compare costs to find something that will fit your budget, while providing stylish function for years to come. Keep the following tips in mind regarding kitchen tile: Buying It is easy to get caught up in the vast range of tiles...

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