HomeAdvisor's carpet cleaning cost guide lists average costs reported by real customers. Learn what affects the total price including type of carpet, square footage, etc.
Can a Plugged Septic Tank Cause Indoor Plumbing Problems?
Septic systems dispose of a home's wastewater when the house's sewer line is not connected to a municipal system. Understanding how the system works, detecting minor problems before they ...
What Size Water Heater Do I Need? Simple Concepts Will Answer
The question, “ What size water heater do I need?” can be answered by some simple concepts to get you a fairly accurate answer.
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Why Do I Have To Install A Hybrid Water Heater? » Drain Genie Plumbing Services
Why do I have to install a Hybrid water heater? We get this question a lot, especially because the cost is so much higher than the standard water heaters for both the heater and the labor for your Orlando plumber to install it. Last year the government made some changes on how water heater manufacturers make water heaters, making them more efficient, so now heaters 55 gallons and down are required to have more insulation in them. Now, the heaters are much larger. A 55 gallon heater is now the same dimensions as the old 80 gallon heaters. This is a big deal because if you are limited for space, the new heater will not fit. Any water heater larger then 55 gallons has to be a hybrid or tankless hybrid heaters, they…
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Great Tips for Septic System Maintenance Every Homeowner Should Know
Simple tips to follow to maintain a septic tank and septic system. Any homeowner can easily handle septic system maintenance. When to call the pros.
How to Repair a Rotted Porch Post
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to permanently patch a decaying porch post
How Your Landscaping Can Keep Burglars Away
Prevent home break-ins with strategic landscaping and good practices instead of menacing — and maybe less effective — measures