Need A Plumber? Two Tips To Help You Get One On A Budget

Posted on: 14 December 2016

It's almost inevitable that you're going to eventually deal with plumbing issues of some kind. Whether it's due to a toilet that won't flush or sinks that refuse to empty, plumbing issues are essentially a part of life. If you're dealing with a plumbing issue, you've likely exhausted all of your home based remedies and now need to call in a professional. However, one thing may be standing in the way: money. [Read More]

Preparing Your HVAC Unit To Get Through An Earthquake

Posted on: 12 December 2016

If you live in an area where earthquakes are a very real part of life, then you know how important it is to ensure your home is prepared to withstand any potential seismic activity that might occur. While most people take the time to address their home's foundation when trying to prepare their property for an earthquake, few take the time to address the needs of their HVAC unit as well. [Read More]

Keeping An Eye Out For Water Leaks: What You Should Know

Posted on: 12 December 2016

As a homeowner, you want to be sure that you are doing everything you can to keep everything working well and in great shape throughout your home. One of the biggest potential causes of damage to your home is water damage due to plumbing problems. If you are concerned about the potential for water damage in your home, you will want to learn some of the steps that you can and should take on a regular basis to keep an eye out for water leaks in your home. [Read More]

Get Your Water From A Well? Protect Your Pump For Winter To Keep It Flowing

Posted on: 9 December 2016

If you're buying a home that uses well water and you've never owned or used a well before, you need to take precautions to protect your water source before freezing weather arrives in your area. Unprotected well pumps, like the water pipes in your home, will freeze and be damaged when the temperature drops into frigid territory. The best way to protect your water pump depends on which type of pump you own. [Read More]