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Sink Clog Removal: 2 Mistakes To Avoid

Most homeowners have to deal with minor home problems on occasion.  A clogged sink is one of these nuisance issues.  A drain cleaning completed by a professional can help to eliminate serious clog issues, but you may try to take care of some smaller clog problems on your own.  If this is the case, then try not to make one of the mistakes listed below.  Otherwise, you may ruin your sink and even hurt yourself in the process as well. Read More 

Stop Cracking Up! Understand And Repair Your Driveway Cracks

As a homeowner, you probably understand the importance of cleaning and repairs on your home's exterior. From enhanced appeal and protecting its value, it is easy to see the imperative nature of upkeep on your home. Unfortunately, you may not be placing enough time and effort on your driveway. Considering it sees a great deal of abuse overtime, it can decrease your home's curb appeal without periodic cleaning and repairs. Read More 

Just Purchased A Home? What You Need To Know About Keeping Your Basement Dry

When you own a home with a basement that provides storage for valuables or additional living quarters, it is imperative that you protect that space from moisture and water. While there is nothing you can do about natural catastrophes that cause flooding, you can prevent other causes of water damage. If you are a new homeowner worried about water entering your home, the following list of the most common causes of household flooding can help you identify problems areas so you can take swift action to safeguard your basement. Read More 

3 Issues That Will Cause A Clogged Dishwasher

After a long day at work and several hours of preparing dinner, the last thing you want to do is wash your dishes by hand. However, your dishwasher isn't draining correctly, and you're having trouble identifying the cause of the problem. Instead of continuing to wash your dishes by hand every night, inspect your dishwasher assembly for these three problems and perform or arrange for the necessary repairs: Clogged Garbage Disposal Read More 

When You’ve Already Turned Down The Thermostat: Unique Energy-Saving Tips For Winter

When winter rolls around, everyone starts thinking about their energy bills and how to reduce them. The common tips that float around are, "turn down your thermostat and wear more clothes, "add more insulation to your attic," and "seal your windows with plastic." If you've already followed this sage, yet common advice, but your energy bill is still higher than you'd like it to be, it's time to get extreme. Here are a few energy-saving tips you probably have never thought of before. Read More