• Tips For Plumbing Leak Detection

    Leaks may appear to be a small problem, but left unattended they can cause serious damage. That leaky faucet could translate into gallons of lost water and high water bills. Leaks can damage your ceiling, form cracks on walls, cause pipes to rust, and threaten the overall structure of your home. Here are a few tips on how to detect leaks. Leaky Faucets The most obvious sign of a leak is a faucet that won't turn off completely.
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  • Moving Your Mom? 3 Tips For Helping An Aging Parent Down Size Their Home

    As the boomer generation continues to grow older, many are finding themselves unable to continue living in a large home of their own, especially if they are widowed or divorced. This means that their children often find themselves overseeing the process of helping their elderly parent move from the family home to a smaller, more convenient one, or into some other type of living situation, such as a residential care facility.
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  • Worried About Your Well? How To Tell When It's About To Fail You

    When the water to your home comes from your own personal well, you can't afford to be dealing with well troubles. Once your well gives out, the supply of water to your home comes to an end. Unfortunately, when that happens, you'll be without water until you can get a new well drilled. To help you avoid an emergency situation where you're faced with the prospect of no water, here are three warning signs you should watch for.
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