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Heating and Cooling

How to Install a Water Heater in Your Newly-Renovated Home

Upgrading your water heater is a great way to make your home more functional and potentially increase its resale value. Unfortunately, you can do quite a bit of damage to your property if you don’t plan ahead and spend some time researching this project.

Weekly Sunday Tips

Sunday Morning Tip for Aug 05: School is About to Begin

It’s a good time to spruce up the kid’s room with new furniture ideas and a study desk area.

Weekly Sunday Tips

Sunday Morning Tip for Jul 22: Planning Home Utility Room

If you spend about 1/3rd of your life in bed, why not spend it on a mattress that brings the best sleep without the neck or back aches.

Weekly Sunday Tips

Sunday Morning Tip for Jul 15: Hot Summer Days w/ Summer Pests

If you spend about 1/3rd of your life in bed, why not spend it on a mattress that brings the best sleep without the neck or back aches.

Weekly Sunday Tips

Sunday Morning Tip for Apr 15: Basement Water Heater

If you spend about 1/3rd of your life in bed, why not spend it on a mattress that brings the best sleep without the neck or back aches.

Heating and Cooling

4 Chilling Signs it is Time For a New Water Heater

Tweet But, when you turn the handle, and no hot water comes out, you know something is wrong with your water heater. It might be a simple repair. Or it

Heating and Cooling

4 Ways to Make Your Water Heater Replacement a Cinch

Tweet The good news is that replacing your water heater doesn’t have to be an exercise in futility no matter how handy you are. Have Someone Do it for You

Heating and Cooling

How to Install an Additional Water Heater in Your Utility Closet

Tweet If your current water heater is not providing enough hot water for your household’s needs, you may wish to install an additional water heater in your utility closet. You

Heating and Cooling

How to Extend the Life of Your Water Heater

The water heater is an integral part of any home’s functionality. Whether you are washing dishes, clothes or taking a shower or bath, hot water is a requisite for each. The method for heating water in the home is the use of a water heater.

Plumbing and Wiring

Tricks for Maximizing Your Home’s Water Heater

It’s hard to imagine life without water heaters. After all, no one likes a freezing cold shower. However, no one loves the cost of replacing an old water heater either.

Energy Savings

4 Neglected Ways You Can Cut That Energy Bill

The energy bill is most homeowners’ largest bill, so if you want to save money, you will probably want to look for opportunities to lessen this bill. We all know about energy-efficient light bulbs and having the proper insulation in our homes, but there are many ideas you may not have thought of.

Energy Savings

Tips for Choosing the Best Water Heater

If you are in a position to purchase a water heater, the large selection available can make things pretty daunting.

Appliances Decor

Five Reasons To Replace Your Old Appliances

They may not “make them like they used to,” but appliances can’t last forever. You’ve performed every possible repair and maintenance suggestion over the years, and now it’s time to trade up for a new unit.

Plumbing and Wiring

6 Home Preparation Tips for Winter Vacation

Tweet Leaving your home during winter vacation has its own preparation requirements, what you must follow to ensure that your return does not come with one or more surprises. 1.

Heating and Cooling

Get a Handle on Your Home Heating Costs

Tweet Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your heating costs immediately. There are also various low- and high-cost solutions, what you may want to explore as your

Energy Savings

15 Tips for Saving Electricity

Tweet Saving electricity is good for the wallet and is good for the environment too. Not sure where to start? Well, our 15 handy tips include some that you may

Home Safety

8 Smart Ways to Baby Proof Your Home

And baby makes three. Life as you know it as a childless couple is now over. That’s okay — you now have a little bundle of joy to love and care for, an infant in arms who will soon be a toddler on the go.