4 Steps To Remove A Toilet

Posted on: 20 February 2015
Do you need to remove a toilet from your bathroom? Are you installing a new toilet? Or are you remodeling your bathroom and need to clear it of all fixtures? Removing a toilet isn't difficult, but you want to make sure that you know what you're doing before you start. If you remove the toilet incorrectly, you could create a major mess to clean up, or you could cause damage that could make installation of the new toilet difficult.
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Fall Furnace Cleaning And Maintenance

Posted on: 13 February 2015
The fall season is the beginning of temperatures beginning to cool off, and when you will start making use of your furnace to heat up your home. This is the perfect time to do some routine cleaning and maintenance of your heating system. Here are some easy tips for cleaning and maintaining your furnace in the wall, so that it is ready for winter. Turn Off the Power It is important that before you do any maintenance on your furnace, you turn off the electrical power supply, as well as the fuel supply.
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Three Items Worth Keeping And Three To Throw Away After A Flood

Posted on: 10 February 2015
If your home has been flooding, hopefully you have hired a professional restoration team to take care of the damage. Flood waters not only damage your home physically, but can also introduce fungus and mold to your space, making it dangerous for your to enter your home and start cleaning without the right knowledge and protection. Whether you've hired a professional team or have taken a leap of confidence and are tackling the problem yourself, you're bound to have lots of damaged goods -- not just the structure of your home.
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Does The Home You Purchased Have Polybutylene Pipes? Why You Need Them Replaced

Posted on: 5 February 2015
From the years 1978 to 1995, polybutylene was one of the main piping materials installed in the United States. It was a popular choice because it was easy to install, flexible, affordable, and resistant to freezing temperatures. In fact, somewhere between six and ten million houses had this type of pipe material installed during this time. All of the benefits of the material aside, it was not long before production of the material stopped because of how easily the pipes were rupturing and damaging property.
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