Blog Posts in january, 2015

  • Choosing A New Water Heater

    The three rules of thumb in purchasing a new water heater are: do not rush, size matters, and efficiency matters. Natural gas prices and electricity prices should be factored into the choice of unit. It has been estimated that between 15 percent and 30 percent of the utility budget goes for heating water. Fuel Sources Several sources of energy are used across north America to operate home …

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  • What are the Dangers of DIY Trenchless Sewer Repair?

    Trenchless sewer repair is a complicated process that involves using a very small hole to get at the problems that you are confronted with on your property. The sewer line itself can leak into your yard, and you need to make sure that you are not having these leaks come to the surface. However, you cannot go out and repair the line on your own. You might think that it is easy, but you need to …

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  • Corrosion, Abrasion, and Pressure? Might Be a Slab Leak!

    Understanding Slab Leaks And How To Deal With Them You may have heard a family or friend talking about it, but unless you stuck around for the entire conversation, it is possible to walk away more confused than you started. They are called slab leaks and have been known to wreak havoc in many areas of the home or business. What starts off as a wet spot or a hot area on your concrete floor may end …

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