How Can You Tell If You Have A Plumbing Leak?

Posted on: 3 February 2016

There are many ways that people come to the conclusion that they have a leak in their home. Knowing how to determine if you have a plumbing leak and how to find the leak can help you maintain your home's plumbing system and can also help you save on diagnostic costs from plumbers. How can you tell if you have a plumbing leak? There are many different ways that you may be able to tell if you have a leak.
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When The Upstairs Doesn't Cool Well: Solving A Common Air Conditioning Dilemma

Posted on: 13 January 2016

Do you find that the downstairs of your home cools off nicely in the summer, but the upstairs stays sticky and warm? You're not alone. Many homeowner have a tough time getting their upper floors cooled off, even when they have new, powerful air conditioners to depend on. Hot air rises, so to encourage your upstairs to cool off, you'll want to rely on these tactics. Close the door between floors.
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Remove Limescale Deposits From The Waterline Tiles In An Inground Pool

Posted on: 23 December 2015

Limescale deposits often form on the tiles that run across the waterline in an in-ground swimming pool. This can occur if the water is hard as a result of of chemicals that may have been added to the pool incorrectly. Learn how to remove these unsightly marks from the tiles in your pool with the following steps. Materials soft cushion acidic gel tile cleaner lint-free cloths stiff-bristled scrub brush plastic putty knife sponge  bucket of water Lower The Water Level And Prepare The Work Area
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Tips For Protecting Your Boat Dock From Long-Term Water Exposure

Posted on: 8 December 2015

Living on a lake can certainly have many enjoyable benefits, especially if you have a boat. Taking care of your boat so it will always be ready to go out is important. However, maintaining your dock is essentially caring for a part of your boat because without it, it would be a lot harder to access your boat. Follow these tips for ensuring your dock can withstand the long-term effects of constant water exposure.
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