Archive for February, 2018

Plumbing and Sewer Concerns Need to be Immediately Addressed

Bathroom remodeling

Whether you live in a home in the south with a pier and beam foundation or you have a full walk out basement in a home in the north, sewer line inspection and other plumbing concerns are very important. Both as a way to avoid problems and to make sure that you have the most efficient systems in place, sewer line repair, drain cleaning, and plumbing services are an important part of home ownership.
From the cosmetic parts of bathroom remodeling to making sure that you are able to get a clogged toilet fixed as soon as possible, plum

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How Often Do Home Elevators Need to Be Serviced?

Who needs elevators

The U.S. has nearly 900,000 elevators. Quite a few of these are in homes for personal use, as more homeowners are finding adding an elevator can assist in an elderly house member’s mobility issues. Installing a home elevator can be tricky, but the beginning stage is not the end. A home elevator requires regular maintenance checks just as a public elevator would be expected to, as it all circles back to the safety of the occupants.

When Should My Elevator Be Repaired?

A home elevator needs to be put on a regular maintenance schedule. It is a matter of safety. A good general rule is to have a technician come check on things annually. Of course, if the elevator makes an odd noise, runs slowly, or does anythi

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Home Maintenance Tips From Gutter Cleaning Maintenance Programs to Energy Saving Installations

Roof inspection

While many homeowners engage in maintenance and repairs throughout the year, it’s not unusual for unexpected issues to arise. This can often occur during the winter and other times of the year when inclement weather occurs. Every year, the average homeowner will usually spend about one percent to four percent of their home’s overall value to maintain and/or repair their home. These costs do increase, however, as houses age. When a house is valued at $200,000.00, for example, this may amount to a minimum of $2,000.00 in annual repair costs.

When houses have gaps or cracks in their siding or flooring, a considerable amount of a household’s heating and cooling budget is spent on offsetting these issues. Drafty windows, such as old single-pane ones, can also place on a damper on the air quality and comfort

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