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It May Be Copper Pipes That Are Causing The Issue

Posted on: September 5, 2017

If you notice water in your home where it shouldn’t be, it’s a reason to be concerned. Copper pipes are often used in a home’s construction because they are generally resistant to corrosion and plumbers can easily shape them. They use them because they are durable. However, copper pipes can also get what is called…

If Your Vacuum Keeps Tripping Your Circuit Breaker

Posted on: September 4, 2017

Vacuuming is one of those chores that consumes quite a bit of time. And if you trip the circuit breaker every time you vacuum, it can increase your frustration levels tenfold. If you have a normal circuit breaker, you either have an electrical short, an overloaded circuit, or a worn out breaker. If the circuit…

How To Improve Office Lighting

Posted on: September 1, 2017

In the summer, light lingers long into the evening hours. We take it for granted, letting natural light spill all around us. But then those dark winter months come along, and the lack of light can be depressing. That’s where artificial light comes into play. Good lighting creates functional, pleasant working conditions. Satisfaction and efficiency…

Common Appliances Can Easily Flood Your Home

Posted on: August 31, 2017

Any appliance in your home with a pipe or other fixture attached to a water line has the potential to develop blockages or leaks and cause serious flooding throughout your home. Toilet Let’s start with the obvious and possibly the biggest culprit. The average home in Atlanta has an equal number of bathrooms for the…

Make The Laundry Room More Convenient

Posted on: August 29, 2017

Have an older home? Contemplating a remodel? Something that can make a big difference both in the way your home functions, and ultimately in the resale value is by moving the laundry room. Older homes often have the laundry room tucked away in the basement. Even if it’s on the main floor off of the…

Where Is Most Of Your Home’s Electricity Being Used?

Posted on: August 28, 2017

Ever wondered where most of the power is distributed throughout your home? We all want to save money any way we can. Part of knowing where to reduce your costs comes from understanding what’s costing you the most. Throughout your home, there are a few appliances that are known to consume more energy than others.…

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