Water Heater Problems? There May Be An Easy Solution

When your water heater starts acting up, it can be tempting to think, "Great — another appliance needs to be replaced." And maybe that is the case, but maybe it is not. Water heater problems have a habit of sounding or seeming really grim, when in actuality, they are pretty easy to fix. Take a look at the following water heater problems that actually have pretty simple, low-cost solutions. The pilot light keeps going out. Read More 

Avoid Pricey Pest Control Treatments With Routine Service Visits

Keeping pests out of your home can be a job that requires a lot of regular work since you don't want to end up in a situation where a full infestation can occur. If you want to avoid needing more thorough pest control treatments later, look into the benefits that come with booking routine services that can ensure that you are satisfied with what kind of work is done for your home. Read More 

Stabilizing Your New Aquarium Against Quakes And Clumsiness

Most people think of stabilizing an aquarium in terms of water pH and fish population, but stabilization also means ensuring the physical setup is secure. Whether you face a quake risk or just have clumsy people in your house, you need to be sure the aquarium is set somewhere -- and reinforced -- so that it doesn't tip over or lead to harm in any other way. It's not that difficult to do, but it does require careful placement and installation. Read More 

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Backlit LED Address Numbers

Your home's address numbers make your residence easy to locate. You can make it even easier for people to find your house by adding a source of illumination to your address numbers. Backlit LED address numbers can be purchased ready to install. They're a classy, beautiful way to make your home address highly visible. Here are three tips that will help you get the most out of your backlit LED address numbers: Read More 

Dream Home Failed The Radon Gas Test? What To Do Next

You know when you've found the perfect house. The property has everything on your checklist and sometimes all it takes is a single glance and you know you can never live anywhere else. You've stumbled upon "The One" and you're anxious to move-in. Although you want to get settled in immediately, you go through the required channels so you're able to receive funding. Part of the lending process is getting a home inspection. Read More