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Watch for These 3 Plumbing Problems before Buying a New Home

Buying a new home can be simultaneously exhilarating and terrifying. On the one hand, you may be significantly upgrading your living space, storage space, and even your quality of life. But on the other hand, you may be “signing your life away” to a money pit that will drain your finances and leave you feeling exhausted and regretful. In many cases, a thorough walk-through of a home and even an inspection by a professional can help alleviate some of the biggest concerns and financial pitfalls that new homeowners can run into. Cracked and crumbling foundations, water damaged basements and ceilings, and patchwork, outdated, or even unsafe electrical wiring are all things that can be quickly spotted by a trained eye.Read More →

11/13/2017 1:47:31 PM

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4 Tips for Handling Emergency Plumbing Situations

Clean, running water is a modern convenience that many of us take for granted. It’s there when we need to bathe, brush our teeth, wash our clothes and dishes, cook, or quench our thirst. Having access to running water is dependent on a home’s plumbing. And for most homeowners, plumbing is the least of their worries—until disaster strikes, that is. Plumbing problems and emergencies can range from minor inconveniences to potentially dangerous situations that can put you, your loved ones, your pets, and even your home itself in danger. It’s important to know how to both handle emergencies on your own and when to enlist the help of a team of professionals.Read More →

11/14/2017 5:46:05 PM

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What Are the Pros and Cons of Septic Tanks?

Many homes in rural areas or outside of city limits dispose of their waste via septic tanks. These devices are large tanks that are buried underground somewhere on the home’s property—typically in the backyard or on one side of the home—and they’re connected to all the home’s outgoing pipes. When wastewater enters a septic tank, the waste products and water are separated. The waste enters the tank itself, while the water is released into drain field pipes and is fed into nearby soil. Unlike sewer lines, which are maintained by local governments, septic tanks are the sole responsibility of the homeowner.Read More →

11/21/2017 2:16:21 PM

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