Furnace Producing Low Air Pressure: Troubleshooting This Common Problem

Posted on: 12 March 2015
Is your furnace barely producing enough hot air to keep your home from qualifying as absolutely freezing? If so, you should know that this rather common problem is not always indicative of a serious system malfunction. In fact, this problem is often easily fixed by performing just a few basic troubleshooting steps. Best of all, most homeowners will find that they are able to complete these steps on their own without the need to cover the cost of hiring a professional contractor.
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Prevent Water Leaks In Your Basement

Posted on: 4 March 2015
Often, the basement in your home is the place that bears the brunt of a burst pipe or water leak. The basement, however, is also the place where many people store their prized possessions such as photo albums, as well as other important items such as holiday decorations. If you live in an area that receives a large amount of rain or if you have an older home with aging pipes, it might be wise to take steps to make leakage less likely, such as waterproofing your basement.
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Create A Unique Look For Your Windows

Posted on: 24 February 2015
Are you re-decorating, or are you moving into a new home? Either way, you have a big job ahead of you, and it can be a lot of fun. Window treatments, such as draperies, are one of the major parts of decorating, as they help to set the mood in every room. Professionally Made Treatments - If you are not doing the window treatments yourself, you'll want to find professionals who are gifted in making draperies.
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Steps To Take To Make Sure Your Air Conditioning Doesn't Hurt Your Home's Sale

Posted on: 17 February 2015
Are you getting your home ready to go on the market? Are you hoping to make it as attractive as possible to possible buyers? Potential owners will want to make sure that the air conditioning system works properly. Make the sale process smoother by following these steps before you hang out the "For Sale" sign:  Gather all records: Find the purchase papers so the potential buyer can know the age of the unit.
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