A Checklist For Taking Over A New Commercial Space

Congratulations on your new commercial space! While there are many exciting possibilities that come with opening a new business location, there are also many practical things to shore up as you begin to operate. Each of the items on this list are critical when you want to avoid business risks and be the best business you can be. Consult a Locksmith Before you start storing your business property within the space, the first thing you want to do is consult a locksmith. Read More 

Leaky Faucet Handle? Try Replacing Your O-Ring

There are many possible reasons why a faucet may leak. However, if water seems to be leaking out around the handle of your single-handle faucet, the culprit is most likely your o-ring. This is a rubber ring that sits inside the faucet handle where it connects to the base of the faucet. It's meant to create a watertight barrier as you operate the faucet handle, but it can become worn out and loose over time. Read More 

Is Your Air Conditioner System Biting The Dust? Here’s How To Tell

Most people in the United States are fortunate enough to have in-home air conditioning systems, which really come in handy during those hot summer months. Unfortunately, however, even the best air conditioning systems can sometimes go "on the fritz." You can reduce the chances of this happening unexpectedly by having your system serviced regularly; the age and other factors will determine how regularly it will require servicing. However, even if you do that, there is still a chance that your system could one day just go bad and stop working. Read More 

4 Quick Home Heating Fixes You Can Make On Your Own

If you notice that you are having problems with the heating system in your home, you may want to take matters into your own hands before hiring professionals. This is because there are quite a few small fixes you can easily make yourself before you need to bring in professional help. Here are four quick home heating fixes to consider: Check the Thermostat: First thing's first, you want to check the thermostat. Read More 

6 Ways Your Plumbing Contractor Can Help You Create An Energy Efficient Home

If you are one of the many homeowners who are concerned with saving money and energy, and conserving water, you probably want to make your home energy-efficient. Cutting your monthly energy bills while conserving water does not have to be a complicated matter. It simply takes a bit of forethought and planning, along with the expertise of your local licensed plumber. Ask your plumbing contractor how to convert your home into an energy efficient household, then consider some home improvements. Read More