Troubleshoot And Fix Your Home's Electric Water Heater Yourself

Posted on: 22 January 2015
Electric water heaters are very simple household appliances. While they look a bit odd, a water heater is actually very easy to troubleshoot and fix. The secret to fixing your hot water heater is to understand the root cause of the problem. Here are three common water heater problem scenarios and their fixes: No Household Hot Water If you turn on your hot water faucet and the water never gets hot, then your hot water heater is having a problem.
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Mold In A Home: The Damage It Can Cause & The Cost To Get It Professionally Assessed

Posted on: 20 January 2015
When you have a water leak in your home, you must get it fixed fast if you don't want mold to destroy your belongings. Mold can accumulate fast from the presence of a lot of moisture, but a professional can get it under control before major harm is caused to your property and health. Discover the damage that mold can cause if not removed in a timely manner and the cost to hire a professional to assess the extent of mold damage in your home.
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3 Pools That Will Turn The Joneses Green And Make The Grandkids Come Visit

Posted on: 15 January 2015
Homeowners are extending their living spaces to include the outdoors in some stunning and luxurious ways. Your neighbors may have a huge screen TV that shows movies while family and friends soak in the massive hot tub. Or the in-laws have practically turned their backyard into a bistro, complete with a brick pizza oven and a fancy greenhouse for alfresco dining. They've even made a treehouse for your grandchildren. You never see your grandkids any more.
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Four Myths About Septic Systems Busted

Posted on: 9 January 2015
Especially to those who have lived in homes connected to sewers their whole lives, septic systems may seem like a bit of a mystery. It doesn't help that there are a lot of false myths floating around about their proper use, maintenance and safety. Here's a look at four of those false myths – and the real truth behind them. Myth #1: If you have a septic tank, you should not use your yard because it's full of contaminants from human waste.
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