How To Make Your Tap Water Tasty With Water Filtration

Posted on: 29 November 2016

Are you aware of what contaminants are in your home's tap water? If it has a weird taste or even a foul smell, you may have considered purchasing a system to filter your home's water. With there being a few different kinds of water filtration systems out there, you need to know the differences to pick the best one. Whole-Home Filtration Do you use well water at your home? It may be best to get a whole-home water filtration system in that situation.
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4 Tips for Protecting the Plumbing in Your Vacation Home during the Winter

Posted on: 28 November 2016

If you have a cabin or vacation home that you only use during the summer months, it is important to take steps to protect your pipes from damage during the cold winter weather. Luckily, winterizing your plumbing is not difficult to do, and it doesn't have to be too expensive. Use the following tips to ensure that the pipes in your vacation home don't freeze or burst while you are away during the winter months.
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Don't Have A Laundry Room? Hire A Plumber To Add One To The Garage

Posted on: 22 November 2016

Living without a dedicated laundry room can be frustrating due to the issues it can cause when it's time to do your laundry. Since being without a laundry room can lead to you needing to take trips back and forth to a laundromat and can be quite time-consuming, you may be eager to look into ways to implement a new laundry room in your home. If you've decided to get a laundry room in your home, but are lacking in space, you'll need to get creative.
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How To Winterize A Window Air Conditioner

Posted on: 21 November 2016

If you have a residential window air conditioner, it is important to winterize the unit. Winterizing your air conditioner makes the unit last longer, and it saves on utility bills. An improperly sealed unit allows air to escape. Storing removable units is easy. All you have to do is remove it and wrap it. You can still winterize units that cannot be removed. Here are some tips to winterize a window air conditioner.
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