Learning About General Contractor Services

When Are Tankless Water Heaters A More Efficient Heating Option?

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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

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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»

Choosing The Materials For Your DIY Shed Roofing Project

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If you have a few basic construction skills and plenty of time, you should be able to put a new roof on a small shed by yourself, rather than hiring a professional roofing company. One of the keys to success, however, is choosing the right roofing materials for the job. Here’s are a few tips to help you pick the best materials as you navigate your local home improvement store or roofing supply shop. Read More»

How To Paint Your Home Exterior

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An exterior residential painting job is something that most homeowners choose to do in the life span of a home. Doing this job yourself will save you a lot of money and you’ll be thrilled that you made such a massive contribution to your own home. There are some basic tools required to complete this job, but because residential exteriors tend to be large surfaces, it is recommended to set aside a full day to get the project done. Read More»

Silence Squeaks: Get The Squeak Out Of Hardwood Floors From Above The Sub Floor

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If you have a hardwood floor, you don’t want it to squeak and wake others up in the middle of the night while you’re getting a midnight snack. Floors start squeaking for many reasons such as wear and tear, house settling, and the wood drying out. Fixing squeaks with a basement or crawlspace is easy, but it can be also done without access to the sub floor. Here are some tips to fix squeaky hardwood floors from above. Read More»