14 January 2015
Did you know that practically every house has either active mold or mold spores in it? If this is enough to make your skin crawl, then you should know the areas in your home where mold is most likely to thrive and become a potential problem. This way, you can tackle any mold that exists in your home quickly, and create a healthier environment for you and your family. Mold grows where it can thrive
7 January 2015
Many homes have their electric water heater temperature set far too high. When they do this, they are not only wasting energy, they are creating a burn hazard within their home. It's usually best to set your water heater temperature to 120°F. Doing so will save you a lot on your monthly energy bills. In addition, you won't have to worry about small children accidentally scalding themselves by turning on the hot water faucet.
5 January 2015
Have you recently purchased a hot tub? Are you considering purchasing one for yourself or for a gift? Here are some hot tub facts and myths that you should know about: Household bleach is fine for cleaning your hot tub. This myth could cause serious damage to any hot tubs. While sanitizers made for hot tubs may contain chlorine, they are specially formulated to not damage hot tub parts. Household bleach may contain contaminants that can damage your hot tub's pumps, jets or other parts.
29 December 2014
While there are bound to be plenty of projects around the house that you will be able to tackle on your own, garage door problems are usually better left to the professionals. This is because of the severity of many of those problems. Therefore, you might want to take a moment to review the following signs that it is time to hire a professional garage repair technician: Broken Cables