Get Your Vents Cleaned Regularly To Avoid Massive Dust And Mold Problems

Posted on: 8 December 2014

If you've just had an HVAC system installed, plan now to have periodic vent cleanings. Talk to HVAC companies about setting up a service contract because that cleaning is going to play an important role in keeping the system working. New HVAC systems can work quite well for a long time, which means that you won't discover any problems with the vents, such as mold, until after they've become quite a nuisance.
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Five Things You Will Want To Know Before Hiring A Specialty Crane Service To Set Roof Trusses

Posted on: 4 December 2014

If you are a builder or a project manager, and have a project that is going to use roof trusses, specialty crane services can help. They can provide you with many things that your project may need, such as large boom cranes that can set bundles of trusses in place. If this is one of your first projects using trusses or cranes, there are some things that you may want to know first.
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Keep Things In Or Keep Things Out: The Benefits Of Installing Gates

Posted on: 4 December 2014

There are many different purposes to an electric gate, but it boils down to two: keep wanted things in and keep unwanted things out. You may want to keep your teenage daughter in and her possessive boyfriend out. You may want to keep your dog in and your annoying neighbor out. Whatever it may be, there are some great perks to having an electric gate: High-end security purposes There are many ways to protect your home, but the prestige of an electric fence alone may ward off potential perpetrators.
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Troubleshooting Your Home's Electrical Water Heater

Posted on: 3 December 2014

Waking up to find that you don't have any hot water with which to take a shower or complete other household tasks can be frustrating for any homeowner. Before you call out a professional to replace your electric water heater, however, there are some simple troubleshooting tasks you may want to try. After all, while electric water heaters can be a bit finicky at times, it's often more cost effective to repair them rather than to replace them entirely.
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