Troubleshooting Slow Drains

Posted on: 16 November 2016

A slow drain may be frustrating or a pain, but many people often just live with it because they either don't know how to fix it or just assume that's how that particular drain is. However, a slow drain could mean that something major is wrong. The following can help you get to the root of the problem. Count your drains Your first task is to determine whether this is an isolated issue or a more pervasive problem.
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Tips For A More Efficient Air Conditioner

Posted on: 26 October 2016

Running your air conditioner but not noticing any improvements in your home's temperature? If this is a reoccurring problem then it is likely that you have failed to keep up with the maintenance of your home's air conditioner. Though it may have been a while since you last serviced your unit, no need to worry as there are many great at-home services that you can implement to improve the performance and efficiency of your unit, like the following:
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Tips For Streamlining Recycling At An Event

Posted on: 6 October 2016

If you are hosting a large event, you can save a lot of waste by recycling correctly. But getting everyone on board with recycling at an event can be tricky. Here are some steps you can take to make recycling a reality at your event.  Have Adequate Recycling Space The first step is to make sure that you have adequate space for your recyclable goods. If your bins start to overflow halfway through the event, do you have a way to refresh your recycling space?
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When Style Is More Than Style: Further Considerations for Choosing a Roof Style

Posted on: 19 September 2016

When it comes to choosing a roof style, you should think beyond curb appeal if you wish to stay satisfied by your chosen style for a long time. Here are other factors you should consider. Installation Cost Your chosen style may affect your roofing budget. As a rule, the more complicated a roof is, the more it will cost to install. Pitched roofs, for example, cost more to construct than flat roofs.
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