3 Ways To Open Up A Bathroom Without Changing The Floor Plan

Posted on: 17 November 2015

Bathroom remodels are a great way to add value to a home. A remodel can also increase the functionality of the space, especially if the bathroom is shared by multiple family members. While reworking a bathroom is a great way to add value, it is also easy to go over budget. One big budget buster is changing up the floor plan, which often involves potentially expensive alterations to plumbing and electrical systems.
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Everything You Need To Know About Floor Heating Systems

Posted on: 30 October 2015

Floor heating systems are not a new invention. In fact, this type of heating has been around since Roman times. It basically heats a room through the floors instead of the air, as is the case with traditional heating systems.  The best thing about any floor heating system is that it's going to be more efficient. Heat rises so heating via the floor is an incredibly efficient way to warm up a building.
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Three Tips For Great Home Appliance Maintenance

Posted on: 14 October 2015

The key to taking great care of your home and maintaining a high quality of life is to receive high quality appliance service repairs whenever possible. You will be able to manage your appliances by handling routine maintenance when needed. This guide will teach you a few ways to get the most out of these appliance repairs, so that you are best able to increase their longevity and durability. Take advantage of these tips and use them so that home appliances remain at their best.
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Top 3 Reasons You May Need Your Chimney Repaired

Posted on: 20 September 2015

Have you recently moved into a new home? Is this the first time you've owned a house with a fireplace? While your fireplace and chimney may look okay and the home inspector may not have mentioned any issues, that's no guarantee that the chimney is in top condition. Here are some signs that you may be in need of a chimney repair or cleaning: Debris in the fireplace: If you see leaves and similar debris in your fireplace after a storm, this may be a sign that your chimney cap has been knocked loose and needs to be replaced.
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