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Old House Wiring Symptom Checker

Buying an older home is sometimes an economically wise decision, but you never know what you're going to find when you open up a wall. Sometimes the wiring has been upgraded, and other times it becomes abundantly clear that the entire house needs an electric overhaul. If you're living in an older house, and are planning some updates, you might be wondering if you're going to find a nasty surprise when you go to remodel for that highly valued open concept. Read More 

3 Tips For Protecting Your Office During Hurricane Season

Hurricane damage can severely impact the health of your small business. It's not just a matter of having to pay to repair any damages, either. If your office building is severely damaged, you may lose a lot of productive hours while the repairs are being made. If you have to close temporarily, you may lose clients who will take their business elsewhere out of necessity. You could also lose employees who can't afford to be out of work during an extended shut down. Read More 

Roofing Accidents Easily Averted: Seven Ways To Stay Safe

Homeowners who prefer do-it-yourself repair work may find themselves working on the rooftop occasionally. Safety measures should be taken to avoid accidents that could cause serious injury. This often means the use of safety equipment as well as paying attention to weather conditions and conditions of the roof in general. If you find yourself making inspections or repairs on your residential roof, there are several factors to keep in mind to ensure your safety as you do: Read More 

3 Simple DIY Dishwasher Repairs

Dishwashers are one of the most convenient appliances in the home. Because of this, you are likely to start missing your dishwasher quickly if it stops working. While many homeowners leave dishwasher repairs to a professional, there are several simple fixes that anyone can do. Here are three common problems that you may encounter with your dishwasher, and what you can do to fix them. Dishwasher is Leaking Dishwasher leaks can get out of hand quickly and cause water damage to the floor around your dishwasher. Read More 

7 Tips For Avoiding Burst Pipes In The Winter

Frozen pipes pose a serious risk to your property. Not only will frozen pipes leave you without running water until they thaw out, but they can also burst. Burst pipes can lead to serious indoor flooding and water damage, with the average cleanup costing $15,000. Coming home to a flooded kitchen or home is immensely stressful. Rather than deal with the immense expense and inconvenience that result from burst pipes, it is best to avoid letting your pipes freeze and burst in the first place. Read More