Month: September 2014

Home Maintenance Tip: Check Your Asphalt Shingles
Posted on September 26, 2014

We use the expression, “Having a roof over our head” to signal the importance of having a place to live. Literally, though, the roof on our house is what keeps weather out and protects the entire house. Like all building materials, asphalt shingles expand and contract becoming brittle over time. That factor along with hard

Home Maintenance Tip: Change Your Washing Machine Hoses
Posted on September 19, 2014

Washing machines are one of the most essential appliances that we have in our homes. Like every appliance, though, a washing machine requires maintenance. Washing machine hose bursts account for more than $150 million in damage to homes each year. Because of the pressure on the supply hoses, water can leak from a burst washing

Home Maintenance Tip: How to Kill Poison Ivy
Posted on September 12, 2014

Have you ever had a case of poison ivy? Most of us have with an estimate of 50-85% of people in the United States being allergic to poison ivy. A bad case of poison ivy can lead to serious itching, as well as blisters, sores, lesions and even infection. Poison ivy is growing more quickly

Home Maintenance Tip: How to Drain Your Hot Water Heater
Posted on September 05, 2014

Most people are not aware that performing maintenance on your hot water heater will help it run more efficiently and last longer. Depending on the quality of your water, there are likely minerals and other sediment that settle to the bottom of your hot water heater. Over time, this sediment accumulates and can compromise the

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