Protect Your Gas Fire Pit From Rain Damage

Posted on: 27 January 2019

Family and friends will be eager to visit your home when you add a fire pit to your backyard. A gas-powered fire pit allows you to enjoy a roaring fire- without the effort required to build a wood fire. Despite the fact that a gas fireplace is easy to care for, there are some elements that could cause irreparable damage. Rain is one of these elements. Protecting your fire pit from rain damage will extend the life of your outdoor feature.
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5 Tips To Getting Your HVAC In Shape No Matter What The Season

Posted on: 13 December 2018

To a new homeowner, the home's HVAC system may sound complicated to manage and maintain. While you don't need to make any repairs -- leave that to the professionals -- you do need to check on it throughout the heating and cooling seasons. Luckily, with a few quick tips, however, a stressful task can turn into an easy one.  1. Read the Manual: Owner's manuals are a notoriously dry read. While technical writers try their best to condense the information and explain it in terms that the average person can understand, this isn't exactly on The New York Times Best Seller list.
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Want Hardwood Flooring? Why Go With Laminate Material

Posted on: 2 November 2018

If you're looking to install hardwood flooring in your home, you'll need to narrow down your flooring selection to a specific type of material. While you can go with real hardwood that is constructed with various types of wood, you may be better off selecting laminate flooring material. Here is what you need to know about this material. What Is Laminate Flooring? Laminate flooring is constructed using prefabricated materials, which combines composite wood and hardwood together.
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Sewer Line Issues In Your Older Home? What Homeowners Should Know

Posted on: 22 September 2018

Sewer line issues are a common problem with owners of older homes. For many, the issues begin as minor annoyances, such as having to flush the toilet more than once to clear the bowl or having a bathtub drain more slowly than it should. Since many homeowners fail to recognize these early warning signs of a  sewer line problem, it can continue to grow and worsen until a plumbing crisis develops and an emergency repair is required.
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