Foundation Damage: Causes And Warning Signs

Posted on: 1 June 2015

Foundation damage can occur at any point in the lifespan of a home, and it may occur for a variety of reasons. If you're a homeowner, knowing what causes foundation problems and how to identify the usual warning signs of foundation damage can help you catch small problems early.  Causes of Foundation Damage Foundation damage often occurs when the soil around the home shifts in ways that are unexpected and undesirable.
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Fixing Refrigerator Door Problems

Posted on: 7 May 2015

Your refrigerator is like part of the family. It is crucial to your everyday life and thanks to it, you have cold beverages and fresh food. Since it is an appliance, there are many things that could go wrong with it that creates the need for repairs. Here are two common door repair problems that you can fix yourself. Refrigerator Doors Sagging This is a strange sounding problem unless it has happened to you.
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Four Things You Will Want To Check With Your Foundation Before Remodeling

Posted on: 20 April 2015

The foundation of your home is what supports the structure and may do other things if you have a basement, crawl space or a split-level home. The other features are to keep water out of your home and prevent erosion. All homes need to have some type of waterproofing system to protect them from being damaged.  This is why you want to have good waterproofing and drainage around your home. Here are four things that you will want to check around the foundation of your home:
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Lowering Your Cooling Costs

Posted on: 31 March 2015

With warm weather soon approaching, more and more people will turn to their air conditioning systems to coll off. On average, your air conditioning bill is the culprit for 16% on your electricity bill every year. While the temperature in the home will be going down, the electricity rates are likely to go up. if you want to avoid breaking the bank to cool off your home, you will need to employ some useful tips that can help lower your cooling costs.
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