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Research shows that the air in your home may be more polluted than the air outside if you live in big cities. If you are like most people, then you spend the majority of your time inside your home; therefore, you may be making yourself sick. Fortunately, there are measures you can take to improve the air quality in your home.
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Investing in energy-efficient appliances and installing energy-efficient doors and windows are not the only way to save money. Low-flow fixtures help you save money when it comes to how you use water, but are they right for you? The following are a few benefits of using low-flow fixtures in your home.
Sump pumps. If you own a home that has one, chances are that you've at least heard that term bantered around before. It's also likely, though, that you haven't had many interactions with it or even thought about it since you bought your home.
Your home’s insulation might protect the walls, but it’s susceptible to moisture damage. Unfortunately, a lot of homeowners don’t think about their insulation until it’s too late. But drips and leaks—when left unchecked—can cause a lot of damage. Below, we’re covering the best ways to protect your insulation, from the ground up.
Energy is a necessity, and it shouldn’t be wasted. You might not realize your utility bill’s steady increase before it’s too late. In many cases, the water heater can be blamed. If you’re dealing with a high gas, electric or water bill—watch out. Your water heater might be behind the efficiency problem. Check out these cost-saving water heater tricks:
Your water heater is an example of one of the many household appliances that you don't really think about until something goes wrong with it. Think about how often you rely on this often-hidden household necessity, though. From your morning shower and preparing dinner to making sure that your kids are clean before they go to bed and knocking out the dinner dishes before you turn in the night, your water heater is an appliance whose longevity can be extended by instituting a few maintenance tips.
When it comes to a running toilet, many homeowners ignore it. They consider it a little problem they’ll get to eventually. However, a running toilet is a costly problem that should never be ignored. If you have a leaky toilet, then there are real cost to you each month and real cost to the environment each day.
Damage to the main sewer line can be a costly problem. In addition to getting the repair, you have to contend with restoring your lawn once the repair is finished. If the trench passed underneath your driveway, then you’ll have to install new concrete in addition to new sod. Fortunately, there is another way to make repairs to your main sewer line. In fact, many homeowners would say it’s a better way; it’s trenchless sewer repair.
Americans have a can-do attitude when it comes to home repairs. Although that’s a nice attitude to have, some DIY projects fail. In fact, a recent study from Esurance highlights that over half of the Millennials surveyed had to file a home insurance claim following a failed DIY project.
Toilet installs are home projects that may seem simple enough to DIY, but they can go terribly wrong. In fact, a faulty DIY toilet install can lead to more problems and cost you more money than you anticipate.
You rely on your air conditioning heavily during the warmer months. As such, the constant use can take a toll on your air conditioning, and it can increase the chances that your air conditioning system will stop working if it’s not maintained as it should be maintained.
If your air conditioning stopped working at the end of summer and you delayed getting it fixed, you may be in luck. Homeowners can reap a lot of benefits by getting their repairs done during the off-season.
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