Garbage Disposal Repair and Cleaning Tips

March 28, 2013

Do you have a garbage disposal that is starting to smell? Does your garbage disposal have problems grinding up food? An older garbage disposal will need to be replaced. There are some simple things you can do each week or month to extend the lifespan of your garbage disposal.

Do Not Over-Use a Garbage Disposal

In many cases, a garbage disposal will stop working because …

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DIY Fixes Every Homeowner Needs to Know

January 22, 2013

Living in our own home is a dream for many; but when leaks, rust and decay begin to take over, this dream quickly turns into a nightmare.

It is our responsibility to maintain our home and keep everything in its proper order as a homeowner. Over time, normal wear and tear will damage the many working parts of our home. From leaky roofs to squeaky …

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Flood Water Damage Repair and Prevention

October 18, 2012

Preventing Potential Flood Problems

Have you ever witnessed a serious flood? Perhaps you watched news reports as water control barricades such as dikes and levees were breached in certain cities and water poured into city streets, homes and businesses. Those same reports likely showed teams of stalwart individuals working hard to scrape, scoop, and load the mud from places such as homes and business facilities. …

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7 Repairs You MUST Make Before Selling Your Home

September 27, 2012

If you are in the market to sell your home, then you most likely want to sell it as soon as possible, and for as much money as possible, right? If you want to get the most for your home, then there are certain things you should do before you even begin showing it to prospective buyers. Here are seven important repairs you must make …

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Monthly Home Maintenance Schedule

September 22, 2012

Here is a monthly home maintenance schedule that can help you take care of overlooked home maintenance chores.

January: Inspect your water heater's anode rod.

The easiest way to inspect your water heater's anode rod is to smell the water located near the anode rod. If the water smells like rotten eggs, it's time to replace the rod.

February: Lubricate your home's door hinges.

A …

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Appliance Repair Service in Utah

September 21, 2012

It’s not exactly a secret that girls aren’t usually known for their fix-it skills.  Most of us don’t know the difference between a Phillips and a flat head screw driver.  However, since I’ve moved out on my own I’ve had quite a few run ins with appliances that just don’t want to work with me so I’ve learned my way around a hammer and a …

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes this Winter

September 20, 2012

Prevent Frozen Lines:

If you are wondering how to prevent your pipes from freezing over in the winter-time, you are not alone in the battle.  Repairs for rain gutters, frozen sprinkler lines, busted pipes, and all sorts of expensive disasters happen though the freezing snow.  Find ways to counteract this, prevent the breaks, and save that money come spring time.  You have better things to …

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Taking Time to Care for Your Roof

August 11, 2012

Caring for your roof properly will ensure that you get the best value possible out of your roof. There are a lot of people that do not care for their roof on a consistent basis, so they end up having to get their roof professionally re-done, to ensure that it is going to protect their home.

When you want to start caring for your roof …

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You can’t Deny The Benefits Of Using A Professional Drain Contractor!

August 7, 2012

To ensure that your drainage system is working properly at all times, it is important to have occasional service where an expert can inspect and carry out maintenance. So what can your typical North York drain contractor do for you? He is able to repair or replace faulty drainage or piping systems. The contractor’s services are very important when you are building or carrying out …

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Maintaining Your Gas Lawn Mower

July 10, 2012

Gas lawn mowers are rugged and durable machines designed to provide years of trouble-free service. However every owner should know a bit about gas lawn mower troubleshooting and basic gas lawn mower maintenance to keep their mower in peak working order. Here are some points which will be useful for all gas lawn mower owners.

Your gas lawn mower is driven by a four-stroke, single …

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Hot Water Heater Repair – DIY Guide

April 20, 2012

Do you enjoy a hot shower every morning or night? When you wash your hands, do you prefer to use warm water? You may be musing on the seriousness of these questions because they are so obvious. However, if you are without hot water because you are in desperate need of water heater repair work, you understand the gravity of the situation. Having hot water …

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