Flushing Foes: Things To Avoid Flushing During Your Spring Cleaning Extravaganza

Between dusting away cobwebs and washing down walls, at several points during your spring cleaning efforts, you will be found in the bathrooms of your home. With all of the trash you find in the vicinity, it is easy to just toss those unwanted items in the toilet and watch them get flushed right out with last year's dirt. As convenient as it is to flush down what you no longer need or find tucked away in the corners of your home, there are some things that will wreak havoc on your plumbing system with just one flush. [Read More]

3 Practical Ways To Get Rid Of Drain Clogs

If you have lived in a house long enough, you probably know just how frustrating a clogged drain can be. When your drain is clogged, you might end up paying upwards of $300, depending on the severity of your issue. Because of this, you should keep the contact information of a drain cleaning contractor handy. However, there are some remedies that you can try first, which might save you a bit of money. [Read More]

The Role Maintenance Plays In Avoiding Air Conditioning Repairs

If it seems that your air conditioner always seems to fail on the hottest days of the year. The problem behind the need for these frequent repairs may be a lack of proper maintenance. In the absence of proper AC maintenance, your cooling system may not be able to handle the additional stress that comes with rising temperatures. Below you will learn more about the types of maintenance your air conditioner requires and how performing this maintenance can help you to avoid frequent or expensive repairs in the future. [Read More]

5 Ways To Add Value To Your Home

If you are selling your home now, or plan to some time in the future, there are ways you can add value to it. Making some small upgrades, such as stainless steel appliances, updated bathroom, and granite countertops makes your home look even more appealing to buyers, and helps it to stand out in the market. You can also add more living space, create curb appeal, and add a second bathroom. [Read More]