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If a pipe in your home springs a leak, knowing where the main water shut off valve is can be an invaluable piece of information. Now before we start directing you on where to look for the main water shut off valve, we’d like to preface by saying this: the location of the valve varies greatly from house to house, depending on when your home was built and your local building codes. We’ll let you [Read More...]

Electrical problems are likely to happen in every home, and they shouldn’t go unnoticed. While every home has minor issues, electrical problems top the list of major issues. You may notice some problems in your home and you can’t understand what’s happening or why. It may be a good idea to routinely check your electrical panels and wiring to make sure no problems are occurring. On another note, here’s a starter list of common problems [Read More...]

Do you have a plan for what you will do if the power goes out? As a homeowner, it’s a good idea to know what you will do or where you will go if your home loses power, especially if it remains out for several days or more. One of the best ways to combat anxiety about a power outage is to set yourself up so the outage won’t affect you as much. When you [Read More...]

Our service professionals get called out to deal with drain issues all the time. Sometimes it’s a simple fix, sometimes it’s a larger concern, but often it’s an issue that could have been prevented if more people knew what not to toss down the kitchen (or bathroom) sink. Here’s our list of the top four things you should never dispose of by washing them down the drain. What Not to Put Down Your Drain 1. [Read More...]

You rely on your water heater to provide hot water when you want it, so it’s frustrating when you turn on a faucet and have to wait and wait and wait for warm water to finally come out. By the time your shower water is actually comfortable, you may not even get to fully enjoy it because you wasted so much time waiting for it to get warm. Fortunately, your routine can change for the better, [Read More...]

The mercury is climbing, and you have probably already switched your air conditioner on several times this season. Though the season has just begun, you may be concerned that your AC will not make it through until cooler months without breaking down. While breakdowns can and do happen, there are several things you can do ensure the best possible chance of making it through the entire summer without needing emergency AC repair. Here are six [Read More...]

You may not need a professional to help you unclog your drain or change a shower head, but when it comes to electrical issues, you may want to consult your nearest technician. Of course you can change a light bulb (however we won’t judge you if you don’t),  but dealing with electrical problems can be tricky, and dangerous. Don’t try to do it yourself! There may be some problems in your house where you believe it’s an easy [Read More...]

No matter how hard you try, there will come a time when your bathtub begins to drain slower and slower and then it won’t drain at all. Here are a few do-it-yourself steps to try if you find yourself ankle deep in dirty water. Clean the drain cover Most drain covers are held in place by a screw. Simply remove the screw and pull the cover off. You will be shocked at how much hair [Read More...]

Garbage disposals are meant to do away with food particles by grinding and pulverizing them so that they can easily be washed down the drain. This device is not meant for hard objects such as fruit pits and chicken and meat bones or fibrous materials such as potato or banana peel, broccoli stalks or cornhusks. Unfortunately because of lack of knowledge instead of disposing this trash properly, they get stuffed down the garbage disposal, until [Read More...]

We recently let you know that the U.S Government released new regulations governing water heaters. This changes up the size of the units, installation costs, and could even mean remodeling if you don’t have the space for the larger units. If you’ve been planning to replace yours, you may be wondering if it’s worth it after all. Our short answer to that is that it depends on your unit, but that the uptick in efficiency [Read More...]