No One Should Feel Claustrophobic in Their Own Home

2 Things To Consider When Selecting A Country Lot For Your New Home

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Are you getting ready to have your dream home built by a professional contractor? Do you have your floor plans all drawn up, and are you now just looking for the perfect country setting before giving the okay for your contractor to start work? If so, here are 2 things you should be aware of before agreeing to any land purchase in rural America. 1. Conservation Easements Conservation easements are parcels of land that are protected by the Nature Conservancy. Read More»

Gas Furnace Tips To Retain A Strong Pilot Flame

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If you have a natural gas furnace in your home, then you want to make sure that the pilot flame inside the heater burns strong. This flame is responsible for lighting the burner when gas is forced into this part of the system. The burner then heats air that is moved through your vents with the help of the blower. Without the pilot light, the rest of the heating system cannot work properly. Read More»

3 Solutions To Help Improve Well Water Supply And Quality On A Rural Property

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If you have a rural property or rely on a water well for your home, issues with water supplies and quality may be an issue that you have to deal with some time. There are things that you may want to do to ensure you have clean, potable water, like adding water collection and recycling grey water. You may also want to consider the installation of a water softener, filtration or purification system to ensure that your water supplies are clean. Read More»

How To Fix A Garage Door That Only Closes Partially

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If you have an automatic garage door opener connected to your garage, then you rely on the motor of the door as well as the various other moving parts so you can get your car out of your garage. While your garage door is likely to work quite well for some time, it will break down eventually. A typical garage door will last about 30 years, and the opener will last between 10 and 15 years. Read More»

4 Specialty Plumbing Tools That Streamline Your Workday

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When it comes to completing plumbing jobs, the clock starts ticking as soon as your clients pick up the phone. If you arrive onsite with a toolbox full of basic equipment, the requested repairs may take longer than expected. You can speed up the repair process by investing in a set of specialty plumbing tools that make quick work of previously tedious tasks. In addition to saving you time and effort, specialty tools ensure you do not cause any damage to the finish of plumbing fixtures you remove and install for your clients. Read More»