A Small Water Heater Maintenance Guide

You want to educate yourself on the appliances and systems throughout your home, so you know how to get the most out of them, you are able to maintain them correctly, you know when it is time to call someone for professional help and you know how to spot the signs of major issues or the need for full replacement. One of the appliances in your home that you want to learn as much as you can about is the hot water heater. Read More 

Considerations For The Best Water Well Drilling Method

If you currently use well water and your well is drying up, then you may require the addition of a new well on your property. Wells need to be drilled properly to ensure good function and to minimize the risks of the well collapsing or filling in. A drilling professional can plan and complete the necessary steps to install your new well. Drilling methods will vary, and there are several aspects of your property that will be taken into consideration before the method is chosen. Read More 

Taking Care Of The Exterior Of A House

The exterior of your house is important when it comes to the condition that it is in, as it can affect the interior when things go wrong. For instance, an accumulation of water on the outside of the house when it rains can cause the foundation to develop problems. Everything from the trees to the roof must be properly taken care of to protect the interior from possibly getting damaged. Arranging for a few professionals to assist with caring for things on the outside of your house is a good idea. Read More 

Ready To Enjoy Your Waterfront Property? 4 Steps For Planning The Perfect Boat Dock

When you live on the water, you want to be able to enjoy as much of it as possible. If you've decided to purchase a boat, you're going to need to a dock. When you have a dock, your boat can be ready on a moments notice, which means you'll never have to miss out on water fun. However, before you build your boat, you will need to make sure that have everything just right. Read More 

How To Fix A Frozen Garage Door

If you live in a colder climate or moved to one, you should expect an occasional frozen garage door. The ice, snow, and cold can wreak havoc on your garage door. Water accumulation at the bottom of the door commonly freezes and refreezes causing the door to get stuck.  Prepare to Unfreeze the Door To unfreeze the door, gather: two five-gallon buckets ice scraper shovel  hair dryer, space heater, or heat gun kitty litter or rock salt  silicone lubricant Never try to force the door open, such as by kicking or with a pry bar, no matter how fast you need to leave, Otherwise, you will risk damaging the door. Read More