3 Ways To Control Fires In A New Home

When purchasing a new home, the last thing on many people's minds is fire. What new homeowners should realize is that fire is always a possibility, even in a brand new construction. After purchasing a new home, it is important to consider fire safety and how to make the home less susceptible to fire. There are a few different ways that homeowners can prepare for a potential fire.  Sprinklers When it comes to fire suppression systems, sprinklers are a popular choice. Read More 

Gutter Cleaning Tips That Will Help Keep You Safe

When fall has ended, gutter cleaning is usually done to prepare the gutter system to hold snow and ice when inclement weather starts. Cleaning out the gutters is a safety risk if proper precautionary measures are not taken. Here are a few tips to use when cleaning your own gutter system to help keep you safe in the process. Secure Your Materials It is important to use a sturdy ladder when climbing up to clean out gutters. Read More 

Caring For New Quartz Countertops: Important Dos And Don’ts For Homeowners

These days, quartz countertops are a very popular option--especially in kitchen spaces--for homeowners who want the natural beauty of stone with added durability. Quartz countertops come in a variety of styles and colors, and can easily last for decades when properly maintained and cared for. Specifically, there are a few dos and don'ts all homeowners considering natural quartz countertops in their kitchens should keep in mind. DO Use a Cutting Board Read More 

What You Should Know About Your Septic Tank Alarm

If you're not familiar with the design and function of your septic system, you may be surprised to know that it is fitted with an alarm. It's important that you understand not only what this alarm is, but what it signifies when it goes off. Here's a look at the basic operation of the septic tank alarm and what you should know about dealing with it. Why Do You Need a Septic Tank Alarm? Read More 

Problems With Your Heater Or Air Conditioner? Check The Vents First!

Being stuck with a broken heater or AC can be a huge pain, especially if the climate isn't particularly temperate. However, what might appear to be a problem with your heater or AC might actually be a simple and easily fixed problem with your ventilation. To diagnose the situation, here's what you should do:     Determine the Extent of the Problem The first thing you need to do is figure out which rooms are affected and which are not. Read More