3 Tips For Hot Water Heater Maintenance

Posted on: 31 July 2016
In order to get great performance out of your hot water heater, you will need to take full advantage of the necessary ongoing maintenance. It is important to take great care of your hot water heater so that your home energy use is as efficient as it can be and so that your showers and sinks get hot water quickly. To handle this, follow these three hot water heater maintenance steps for your home.
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New To Owning A Home With A Water Well? Here's What You Need To Know

Posted on: 24 May 2016
If you are buying a house that has a water well and you've always had city water, there are a few important things you need to understand about the differences between the two water sources. When you have public water and there is an issue with pressure or water outages, you can call the water company and ask them to send someone out. But since you will own the well, it will be your responsibility to make repairs and/or upgrade to ensure the well provides water for you and your family.
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3 DIY Tips For Cleaning Out Your Gutters

Posted on: 24 May 2016
When it comes to caring for your home's exterior, cleaning out your gutters is probably one of the least popular chores. However, it has to be done. If your gutters aren't cleaned out regularly, they can become clogged. And clogged gutters can overflow, causing water damage to your home's exterior walls or your landscaping. Clogs that remain for too long can also lead to leaks, necessitating gutter repairs or replacements. Take a look at some simple and effective DIY tips for cleaning your home's gutters to avoid these problems.
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Renovating A Mortuary? What Special Accommodations May You Need To Make?

Posted on: 26 April 2016
If you've been trained as a mortuary director, purchasing and renovating a vacant funeral home in a town with few mortuary options may seem like a great way to start a thriving business without much of an initial financial outlay. However, the unique variety of activities performed at a mortuary -- from receiving guests to embalming the deceased -- can mean that traditional commercial or residential remodeling plans may fall short. In some cases, you could even be subject to civil penalties if you don't take steps to bring your mortuary into compliance with federal environmental and disability laws.
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