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Commercial HVAC Tips

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Caring for your commercial heating and cooling system will make your building more comfortable. When you get some work done on your HVAC system, it will keep everyone happy and safe as they cover their shifts. Taking care of your heating and cooling system will also be great for your company’s utilities. The tips below will be useful when you are trying to do just that.  Inspect your commercial HVAC system from time to time and test it out Read More»

Everything You Need to Know About Repairing Your Swimming Pool Yourself

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Swimming pools aren’t a necessity as a homeowner, but they sure do make owning a home much more fun. It isn’t always just fun though, someone has to clean and maintain that swimming pool and make necessary repairs when needed. If you’ve never owned a swimming pool, you may not know how to make any of the repairs. Read on for a few repair tips to guide you. Hole in the Liner Read More»

How Hail Damages Roofs And When You Might Need A Roof Replacement

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A storm that produces large hail and driving winds can be destructive to your property. The hail can damage your car, siding, gutters, and roof. It’s especially important to identify roof damage so an insurance claim can be filed in a timely manner for a roof replacement. Otherwise, your roof may develop leaks later. Here’s a look at how hail can harm your roof and when a roof replacement may be necessary. Read More»

Why Grease Is Your Plumbing System's Enemy

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There are so many things that you don’t want to put down your plumbing system because they can lead to clogs, damage to your septic tank or sewer lines, and cause other problems for you. However, one of the biggest problems when it comes to causing plumbing issues is grease. However, there are still many people who choose to put grease right down their drains. Some people do this because they think if they pour it slowly enough and run water at the same time, then it won’t hurt. Read More»

Why You Should Repair Your Sagging Gutters And How It's Done

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If the gutters on your home are sagging, then you’ll want to have them repaired as soon as you can, especially if it’s the rainy or snowy season. Saggy gutters are not only an eyesore, they can allow water to damage your home. Here are the dangers of sagging gutters, what causes them, and how to repair them. Why You Should Have Sagging Gutters Repaired Gutters have the important job of draining rain away from your home through the use of gravity. Read More»