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It’s Fall: Time To Upgrade Your Smoke Alarm

Posted on: September 11, 2018

There’s a common household appliance that we rarely think about. Yet it’s one of the most important in your home; one that can literally save your life.  The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that during the five year period from 2009-2013, smoke alarms sounded in just 53 percent of all home fires. Three out…

Are You Making These Plumbing Mistakes?

Posted on: September 9, 2018

As a plumbing service, we walk into a lot of problems every day. And while we understand the need for homeowners to try and solve some problems on their own, there are many things that cause the problem to escalate rather than go away.  Have you found yourself making any of these mistakes? Mistake #1:…

Upgrade To Recessed Outlets

Posted on: September 7, 2018

Have you ever knocked a plug out of the wall while moving a piece of furniture? Have you had to adjust where you place furniture against the wall because of protruding plugs?  Maybe it’s time to upgrade to recessed outlets.  Standard outlets were the only thing home builders installed when building most houses here in…

What If You Go With Cheap Plumbing Parts?

Posted on: September 5, 2018

Are you living on a budget? Most Atlanta homeowners do. One of the things that break the bank is unexpected maintenance. And your plumbing system tops the list of where things can go wrong.  Imagine waking up to a toilet that won’t flush. Or living with a leaky bathroom faucet. All night long, it’s drip,…

When Is It Time To Upgrade Your Bathroom Fixtures?

Posted on: September 4, 2018

A part of upkeep and home maintenance is upgrading your home from time to time. Nothing will keep your home fresher and give you more satisfaction than upgrading your kitchen or bathroom. Of the two, your bathrooms are often an easier job to tackle, and will be more budget friendly as well.  While there isn’t…

Retrocommissioning May Be The Way To Improve Efficiency

Posted on: September 2, 2018

How many years ago was your property built? Commercial buildings frequently have changes made based on new occupants and tenants. Walls are ripped down and put up in new places. Entire floors are reconstructed to suit a new tenants needs.  And even though the building’s overall mechanical, electrical, and control systems continue to operate as…

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