Why Crawl Spaces With Excessive Moisture Lead to Frozen Pipes

7 April 2017
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Many homes have crawl spaces due to a soil type that makes a basement impossible. Unfortunately, excessive moisture in these spaces can heavily affect a home's plumbing. The most problematic of these situations is the ways in which it can lead to frozen pipes in a home. Crawl Spaces Often Have Excessive Moisture Crawl spaces are sadly often heavily affected by excessive moisture. This leads to an increased chance of wood rot and temperature changes that can be problematic for pipes. Read More 

What Can You Do About a Leaky Water Heater?

7 April 2017
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A leaking water heater in your home could mean more than just water pooling up on your floor. It could mean higher costs for energy and water. To avoid those costs, you need to locate the source of the leak and determine if it is repairable. If you water heater seems to have sprung a leak, here is what you need to know.   Why Is It Leaking? There are several reasons that your water heater could be leaking, but one of the most common is simply a loose installation. Read More 

3 Steps To Preparing For A Residential Sewer Line Repair

31 March 2017
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The sewer lines that are buried on your property have the big job of carrying waste out of your home and to the proper disposal points, whether it is a public sewer system or a private septic tank. While sewer lines are created from durable materials that can withstand many years of use, occasionally, they do have to be replaced because of deterioration, corrosion, or breakage. Replacing a sewer line is no small job and can seem like a lengthy project. Read More 

Tips For Maintaining An RV Water Heater

21 March 2017
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If you have an RV, you probably want to make sure that you have a decent supply of hot water for showering and washing dishes. Not having hot water can be miserable. As a result, you will want to take steps to make sure that you are fully maintaining your hot water heater. Here are some tips for doing so. 1. Drain Your Tank Regularly Be sure that you are taking the time to drain the hot water tank regularly. Read More 

Faqs About A Well Water Inspection

17 March 2017
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Prior to closing on a home with a well, you need to have the well and its components inspected. Although the home inspector can provide a basic inspection of the well, the results will not be as detailed as they would be with a professional well inspection. If you have a well inspection scheduled, here is what you need to know.   What Is Included in the Inspection? The well inspection is designed to inspect every aspect of the well. Read More