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2 Things To Consider When Choosing A Custom Home Builder To Work With

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If you’re getting ready to build a custom home to live in, you are likely looking for a quality custom home builder to manage your project for you. Here are a couple of important things to consider when comparing your service provider options and deciding who you want to work with: Design Revisions When consulting with prospective custom home builders, it’s important to find out how many design revisions they are willing to provide you with as part of their service package. Read More»

5 Culprits For Your Hot Tub Leak

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There are multiple areas where a leak can occur on a hot tub. For that reason, you may think it is extremely difficult to locate a leak. Luckily, as long as you know where to look, it’s quite easy to find the source of the water loss. Here are five of the most common culprits of your hot tub leak: Culprit #1: The Pump The most common component of your hot tub that will spring a leak will most likely be the pump. Read More»

Purchased A Home In A High-Risk Flood Zone? Learn About Flood Elevation Certificates

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Living near an ocean, lake or some other large body of water has its perks. However, it also has its downfalls and being in a high-risk flood zone is one of them. If you recently purchased your property, you probably also just discovered that in order to obtain flood insurance for your home, you first need to acquire a flood elevation certificate.   What Is A Flood Elevation Certificate? The first question most people have is exactly what is this certificate and why is it important? Read More»

3 Tips For Commercial Boiler Repair And Maintenance

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Your commercial boiler is responsible for making better use of the energy in your business. This is heavy duty work that requires you to seek the knowledge of a professional, learn what you can do to get the best performance and make the proper repairs to keep the boiler operating to its full potential. With this in mind, consider these points below so that your boiler works for you without breaking down. Read More»

How To Keep A Drafty, Old House Warmer Without Doing Major Renovations

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Living in a drafty, older home can make you feel like you’re always struggling to balance between staying comfortable and avoiding sky-high heating bills. Of course this could be solved by hiring a contractor to re-insulate your entire attic and fill your walls with blown-in insulation. But if this is not in your budget right now, there are some ways to keep your drafty, old house warmer without resorting to major renovations. Read More»