Learning About General Contractor Services

Extending The Life Of Your Water Heater

Posted on

Water heaters are designed to last for many years without maintenance; however, they may last for even longer if properly maintained. Knowing what you can do to help your water heater last can help you save money on water heater replacements. How long do hot water heaters last? Hot water heaters last approximately 10 to 13 years, depending on the quality of the water heater and the level of maintenance you perform on your appliance. Read More»

4 Tips For Preparing For The Arrival Of A Roofing Crew

Posted on

There’s no doubt about it–having a new roof put on your house is an expensive endeavor. Yet there are still certain things you can do to help minimize the expense, especially where prep work is concerned. If you would like to learn more about keeping costs down by preparing ahead of time for the roofing crew (such as those from Slaughter Roofing Co), read on. This article will present four helpful tips. Read More»

The Ups And Downs: 3 Ways To Keep Your Garage Door Working Properly

Posted on

You probably open and close your garage door several times a day. The last thing you want is for it to malfunction. A malfunctioning garage door can do more than make it difficult to get in and out of your garage. It can also lead to serious accidents and injuries. Here are three ways to avoid injuries and keep your garage door functioning properly. Replace the springs If you have an older door that’s operated by torsion springs, you’ll need to test the springs. Read More»

When Are Tankless Water Heaters A More Efficient Heating Option?

Posted on

As homeowners increasingly embrace new technology to increase their home’s efficiency and decrease it’s environmental impact, you may not be surprised to learn that many American households are now switching to a tankless water system. A standard tank heater heats and stores water in an insulated tank, where it is held until it is either used or flushed from the system. By only heating as much water as is needed, tankless heaters reduce wasted water and energy and provide a steadier flow of hot water that doesn’t need to be reheated in bursts. Read More»

Four Solutions You May Need To Have Done For Your Septic System Problems

Posted on

Septic system problems can be a major headache that lead to plumbing problems in your home. Determining the cause of a problem and the solution to fix it can sometimes be a difficult task. The problem may be with the plumbing in your home, the tank or the lines going to and from the tank. If you are having septic system troubles, here are some of the problems and solutions that may help you solve the issue: Read More»