3 BIG Reasons Your Water Heater Is Driving Up Your Electric Bill

When trekking through the house and trying to narrow down the culprits to blame for that latest huge power bill, chances are you will skip right over the hot water heater like it's not even there. Even though most homeowners are fully aware that the appliances they have in the house are some of the biggest players in power consumption around the house, the water heater is an easy appliance to disregard. Read More 

Noticing Your Energy Bill Climbing In The Past Few Winters? Inspect The Heating System

Spring and summer may be a time that you look forward to because you have low energy bills. Living in an area that does not get outrageously warm during the summer months may mean you do not have an air conditioning system or that you only have to use it on occasion during the hottest days. But, you may be used to spending a decent amount of money throughout wintertime to keep your home comfortable. Read More 

Three Common Contaminants That Can Show Up In Your Well Water

When you're a homeowner with a private well, you have an independent water supply that's not controlled by the municipality, but you also have the responsibilities that come with that perk. You have to keep the well pump in order, keep the area around the well free of any possible sources of contaminants, test the well water regularly for problems, and treat any problems that do surface. Here are three contaminants that commonly occur in well water. Read More 

Want to Charge Higher Rent on Your Rental? Hire a Plumber to Add Convenient Features

Managing a rental for a long time means you will have likely made rent increases over the years, but this typically comes from inflation. It is possible to increase your rent by improving the value of your rental. It is not a straightforward process because there are so many options that you have to choose from. If you want to hire one professional to minimize costs while still being able to increase rent in the end, you can bring a plumber on board and make it a priority to provide new and convenient features to renters. Read More 

4 Dish Washing Tips To Prevent Kitchen Drain Clogs

Doing dishes isn't always the most pleasant of tasks, and it can be made even more unpleasant by a kitchen drain clog. If you remember a few helpful tips while you're washing dishes, however, you can help prevent clogs and the need to contact a drain cleaning service. 1. Scrape Dishes Well First of all, make sure that you scrape all of your dishes really well before washing them, whether you are washing them by hand in the sink or if you are putting them in the dishwasher. Read More