Want To Watch Out For Roof Damage? Keep An Eye On Your Gutters

Posted on: 25 March 2016

Most people take their roof for granted and don't give it a second thought, that is until they start having problems with it. There are many things that can damage a roof from large tree limbs falling on it or large pieces of hail hit it from a storm. By this time, your repair bill will be high, as part of the roof will likely have to be replaced. One thing that tells you there is something wrong with your roof is by your gutters.
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Advice On Cooling Your House During The Summer

Posted on: 23 February 2016

When you turn your central air conditioner on during the hot summer months you want it to work efficiently. This means it will cool your house well without working harder than it should, which would put more wear and tear on it and cause your energy bills to be larger than they should be. Keeping your air conditioning system in good working order and making sure the cool air isn't escaping are two things you need to do in order to keep the house comfortably cooler for less.
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Tips For Weed Free Landscape Rock Areas

Posted on: 4 February 2016

Landscaping rocks serve multiple purposes in the yard. You can use them to cover large or small areas for visual and textural interest. They can allow water to filter through to plants planted in the landscape bed, while smothering out any unwanted weeds or grass. Unfortunately, they can also be a maintenance nightmare if they aren't installed and cared for properly. These tips will ensure that your rock areas remain attractive and low maintenance.
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Three Signs It Is Time To Replace Your Boiler

Posted on: 13 January 2016

The last thing you want to wake up to is a cold house. All it really makes you want to do is stay in the bed and remain unproductive. When your boiler quits working, you have two options. You can choose to call a licensed HVAC repairman like Boiler Services, Inc. to come and fix it or you can replace it with a newer model. In general, boilers last around 15 years if properly maintained.
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