What You Need To Know About Geothermal Heat

Posted on: 8 December 2017

Are you looking for a way to lower your home's energy bills in the winter, or make a smaller impact on the environment with how you heat your home? If so, geothermal heat may be right for you. Here is what you need to know about geothermal heating before you decide to jump in on this heating upgrade: What Is a Geothermal Heat System? A geothermal heat system works by using the heat found underneath the ground that surrounds your home.
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Pros And Cons Of Installing And Using Copper Piping In Your Home

Posted on: 9 August 2017

If you've been planning on having a plumber re-pipe a significant portion of your home, or you're looking to upgrading your plumbing, then you might want consider using copper. Copper has been used in homes for decades and it can compare well to more modern materials such as PEX and PVC plastic piping. Here are some of the pros and a few of the cons of using copper piping for your home.
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3 Things A Plumber Can Tell You About A House Before You Buy It

Posted on: 6 April 2017

There is one thing that can be terrifying about buying a home: you never really know what kinds of problems are lurking in the shadows, under that fresh coat of paint, or behind those walls and it's super easy to find yourself in the middle of a new mortgage and a huge mess. Even though Tom Hanks made this exact situation comical in The Money Pit, there's nothing funny about inheriting a world of problems with a new home purchase.
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Four Signs Your Main Sewer Line Isn't Doing So Well

Posted on: 4 April 2017

Your main sewer line is what connects your home's drain pipes to the public sewer system. This large pipe is usually out of sight and out of mind, so problems with it can go overlooked for months or years. However, a problem is always easiest to treat when it is small, so it's to your benefit to be on the lookout for these early signs of trouble with your main sewer line.
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