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 

How to Install a Tongue and Groove Laminate Floor

Old wood floors wear out over time, and getting them back to their original condition can take a lot of time and effort. Instead of spending the time and money on rehabilitating the old floors, you should consider installing laminate floors. Laminate floors look like real wood, but are much easier to clean and maintain. Here is how to install a tongue and groove laminate floor. Prepare Sub-Flooring You have to make sure the sub-flooring is clean and free of all debris before you put down the laminate floor. Read More 

Two Questions Concerning Siding

Your home's exterior will be subjected to intense storms, insect damage, and temperature extremes. To help protect it from these threats, siding is commonly installed over the exterior of homes. While siding is a routine upgrade, there are some homeowners that may not be familiar with this type of upgrade. After having these questions addressed, you should have more of the information you need to make a smart choice about whether or not siding is the right choice for your home. Read More 

Addressing Common Roofing Questions

Roofing problems can be a source of tremendous stress for any homeowner, and it should come as no surprise that there are a couple of questions that some people may need answered when it comes to this part of their home. If this applies to you, learning the following couple of answers will help you to make smart choices to ensure that your home's roof avoids some routine problems that can lead to major damages and expensive repairs. Read More 

Three Things You Want To Know About Maintaining Chlorine In Your Inground Pool

If you have an inground pool, adding chlorine is part of the regular maintenance you will need to do. This can be done by using tablets and a dispenser, adding an inline dispenser, or using granules. Each of these has benefits and disadvantages, such as a dispenser helping to maintain levels or an inline system providing an out-of-the-way solution. If you want to keep your pool clear, here are some things you will want to know about adding chlorine to your pool: Read More