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Removing Scaling From An Electric Tankless Water Heater

If you use a tankless water heater within your home, routine maintenance steps should be taken to keep the interior of the unit free of lime scale. This, along with other minerals within water, can cause the water heater to run less efficiently as it will need a longer burn cycle to output warm water. To keep your tankless water heat running with the maximum efficiency level, regular cleaning of the unit can keep scale from building up. Read More 

How To Lay And Cut Hardwood Floor Planks

The best thing about installing engineered hardwood floors is the fact that you can install them on your own. Many homeowners who take on the project are surprised how manageable it is. It does require a fair bit of bending and lifting, but it does not require too much construction skill or experience. Installing hardwood floors on your own makes the project very cost efficient. This article explains the best way to lay floors and cut the planks to size. Read More 

5 Reasons You Should Invest In Central Air Conditioning

In the hot summer months, nothing feels as good as walking into your nice, cool home. Windows provide a nice, natural breeze, but on a hot summer day nothing can compare to air conditioning. Whether you have central air conditioning, a window unit, or a ductless system, you need your home to achieve a certain temperature to feel comfortable. While the different air conditioning systems might not seem so different at first, a closer look will tell you a different story. Read More 

Avoid Making One Of These 3 Mistakes With Your Septic System

Your septic system is an integral component of your home. It helps to remove the waste from your toilet and push it out into the drain field and away from your home. Unfortunately, many people end up making costly mistakes that can damage their system and leave them spending far more than they need to in repairs. To make sure your septic system works throughout the year, avoid making one of the mistakes below. Read More 

Getting A City To Remove A Hazardous Tree: Dos And Don’ts For Homeowners

If a tree on city-owned property is posing a risk to your own property, then you'll want to contact your local municipality to see about getting it removed. Perhaps the tree's roots are causing damage to your driveway, or maybe low-hanging limbs are at risk of falling on your home. Either way, there are some important dos and don'ts you'll want to keep in mind as you get into contact with city officials and begin the process of requesting city tree removal. Read More