Why Build A Custom Home?

Posted on: 30 August 2019

When building a home, which can easily be one of the most expensive investments you'll ever make in life, you want to make your property as sound and beneficial to you as possible. Your home building team, such as those from Healthy Home Builders, will help you create a home on your lot that is fully functional with square footage you will enjoy as well as appreciative of your lifestyle in overall design.
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3 Tips For Re-Tiling An Older Family Home With Longevity In Mind

Posted on: 17 July 2019

Replacing the tile flooring in an older home can be a big decision due to just how long you've had the current tile and your desire to make sure that the new tile will match. Instead of rushing into getting just any new tile flooring installed, it's smart to pay attention to what you can do to make sure that it fits right in and will be a good fit in the years to come.
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Tankless Hot Water Heaters: The Convenient Option

Posted on: 6 June 2019

Turning a handle to produce hot water is a modern convenience that many homeowners take for granted. It used to be that water had to be heated over an open flame, making it inconvenient to use hot water. If you can't imagine your life without hot showers, disinfected dishes, or clean laundry, then you need to pay close attention to the water heater in your home. Many homeowners are making the choice to switch from a traditional water heater to a tankless model.
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Three Common Residential Electrical Problems

Posted on: 28 April 2019

There are many electrical problems that your home may encounter, and if you are unprepared for common electrical issues, your home may experience far worse complications, disruptions, and damages. Light Switch Problems The light switches will be some of the devices in a home that will experience the most frequent usage. Unfortunately, this can lead to a variety of problems for the light switches. For example, the frequent use that light switches will experience can lead to them developing loose connections or faceplates.
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