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A Couple Of Common Questions About Heating Oil Tank Problems

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Heating oil is a reliable source of heat that is used in many homes, but if you have never owned one of these systems, you might not be aware of some of the more common issues that the storage tanks for this fuel might experience. To help you be better prepared to address the variety of problems that can arise with these systems, it is important to know the answers to the following couple of questions. Read More»

Tips For Cleaning Severe Dirt Buildup Off A Natural Stone Wall

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Did you recently buy an older home with a natural stone wall around either a patio or the yard? Time and the elements can make once beautiful stone start to look grimy and discolored. But if the wall hasn’t suffered any structural damage, fixing the cosmetic issues can give you the look of a brand new wall with a minimal investment of time and money. Cleaning severe dirt buildup off a natural stone wall can seem like a lofty task due to the fact that you do need to use caution to avoid damaging the wall while also not going so easy on the dirt that it will never come off. Read More»

The Importance Of Auto Glass Replacement

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If you have an automobile that has a large crack in it, or possibly several cracks or chips, then you might want to consider having it replaced as soon as possible. In order to help you understand just why auto glass replacement is so important, you will want to make sure to check out the following key points. The Problem Can Get Worse Overnight The problem with even the smallest of cracks in the windshield is that those cracks can become very large in a very short amount of time. Read More»

Knowing When Your Chimney Needs Help

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With colder weather coming on, now is the time to inspect your chimney to see if it needs cleaning or repair. A faulty or dirty chimney not only affects the comfort of your home and the size of your heating bills, it can pose a fire danger. If you have a chimney, look for these problem signs. Mortar and Masonry If you can see open spaces in the mortar of your chimney, you need to call the repair company. Read More»

How To Fix Chimney Leaks

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Chimney leaks occur for a wide variety of reasons, but all have the same outcome: water seeps into your home. This is a serious problem, as it can cause damage to your drywall and ceiling and can also promote mold and mildew growth, which is a serious health concern and can aggravate or cause respiratory conditions. In order to prevent this from happening, you should fix a chimney leak as soon as you notice it. Read More»

Don't Flush Away Cash: 4 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Toilet

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When you think about taking care of items in your home, the toilet is likely one of the last items you want to maintain. Still, not taking good care of your toilet can lead to higher costs and a toilet that no longer works. These tips can help you take better care of your toilet before you call your handyman. 1.  Learn how to detect a running toilet. Running toilets cause a ton of problems, among them wasted energy and added monthly costs. Read More»