Archive for September, 2015

3 Places To Check The Plumbing In Your New Home

Written by Dave on . Posted in Sewer repair tampa, Tampa drain cleaning, Tampa plumbing repair

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When you move into a new house, you want to make sure that everything is in the best shape possible, so that you won’t have to waste your precious time doing plumbing repairs. The key to getting ahead of a plumbing repair is knowing where to look for any potential problems. Here are just a few of the places you’re going to want to look if you’re moving in to a new home, so that you can catch any issues before they start, and make your life a whole lot easier.

The Kitchen – We spend a lot of time in the kitchen, making food and making messes. You’ll need your sink and dishwasher to be working properly, or else it can really throw a wrench in your family’s schedule. Hiring a plumbing service to inspect your kitchen’s pipes is a smart way to prevent any damage to your fixtures, your

How You Can Prepare for Winter Now

Written by Dave on . Posted in Furnace repair, Furnace repairs, Home furnace installation

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As summer closes and we move into fall, there are things you need to do in your home to prepare for the winter months. There are likely multiple things that you’re focused on, but there are three very big ones that are huge to remember in preparation for the chill. Read on for what you need to be doing!

Retire AC

This is huge for the end of summer because it will affect how next summer goes for you. About 7,400 house fires can be blamed on air conditioning, and by simply taking care of it at the end of summer, you save yourself a headache next June. Keep in mind that central air conditioners are designed to have a lifespan of about 15 to 20 years, so if your unit is older, yo

Storm Watch Preparing Your Home for a Hurricane

Written by Dave on . Posted in Hurricane prepare, Hurricane shutters naples florida, Hurricane window prices

Storm protection

When a storm is announced, there is not much time to waste. Hurricanes bring deadly winds and heavy rain, which can severely damage you or your property. You may be wondering: how do I prepare for a hurricane? There are three places that need to be secured to minimize the damage; the outside of your home, your garage, and the inside of your home. Here are a few tips on how to prepare your home for a hurricane.

Outside Your Home

Anything that is outside when the storm hits will most likely to end up flying in the air if it?s not properly chained down. Move any lawn furniture into the house of garage, along with any potted plants, tools, toys, or dec