Is it time to upgrade my thermostat? That’s a question you probably haven’t asked, but you should!
Changing a thermostat probably isn’t on your list of life priorities, but it can certainly contribute to some living benefits.
Technology is evolving rapidly and more household conveniences become available all the time. If you own a first-generation, old-school thermostat or you believe that the one you use now isn’t meeting your needs anymore, the time has come to check what else the market has to offer.
Have you heard the term “rooter service” but don’t know exactly what it is? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
Rooter services get their name from the tasks they perform. A router service clears your clogged drains and sewer systems due to food, hair, grease, or other debris. If you have a clogged drain or plumbing line in your home, you might think about clearing the mess yourself.
A good water heater is one of the most important appliances in your home. From heating water for dishwashers and washing machines to hot showers and cleaning, hot water is a daily necessity for every family.
Hot water heaters are not something you may think about a lot, but when signs of trouble start to appear it’s critically important to call a professional service to determine if your water heater can be repaired or if it needs to be replaced.
Today, wet wipes, sanitary wipes and other toilet paper alternatives are everywhere. Manufacturers promise a more sanitized and cleaner product while claiming they’re safe for our drains and sewer systems. The question is: are wipes really safe to flush down the toilet?
Well, the answer is a resounding “no!”
Your furnace is one of the most important elements in any home. With Winnipeg’s extreme temperatures, problems with your furnace should be treated very seriously.
As furnaces age, they require both regular check-ups and repairs. Some issues are small and can wait to be fixed, but others are considered emergency and require immediate attention.
The cold weather has come back to Winnipeg, and now’s the time to think about your furnace’s annual inspection. An annual “tune-up” allows your furnace repair technician to check for issues before they become bigger problems or emergencies.
Many homeowners know furnace checkups are recommended, but few have them as often as they should. Properly maintained furnaces not only save on costs but can also save lives.
Your furnace is the heart of your home. Winnipeggers rely on their furnace to work well and get them through the long cold winters. If your furnace is starting to show signs of aging, it may be time to think about a replacement.
Know the signs that your furnace may need replacing with these 8 telltale-warning signs.
Building a new home or purchasing a new home can be exciting. New homes require home plumbing installation, however. Continue reading below to learn steps concerning new home plumbing installation.
Plumbing occurs in new homes when the foundation has been laid. It is important to consider ensuring that the plumbing installation is completed before the drywall is hung. It will take time to fit in the water-based features such as sinks, time to install pipes and fixtures and time to connect drains and water systems. This is one of the lengthiest processes of building a new home or in renovating an older home, so try to be as patient as possible.
A sump pump is a great device to have to prevent water damage in your home. This item is necessary if you live in an area that receives a lot of rain every year or if you live in a flood zone. The device has saved many lives for many people and has saved many homes from extensive damage. Continue reading below to learn more about this device and about how to obtain one for your home.