Three Advantages Of A Tankless Water Heater

The traditional solution for providing hot water for a home is to use a storage water heater with a tank. The tank stores up hot water, so that whenever you turn your faucet to hot, water flows from the tank, and you have an instant or near instant supply of hot water. While this system for providing a home with hot water has been in use for years, it is not necessarily the best option. Read More 

4 Types Of Fire Alarms You Could Install In Your New Business

If you are currently in the process of building or remodeling your business, you need to think carefully about what type of fire alarm you want to install in your new building. Not all fire alarms work the same way; you may even want multiple types of fire alarms in your new business.  Thermal Fire Alarm Systems Thermal fire alarm systems are designed to measure the temperature of the air in your business. Read More 

Spouse Or Neighbor Practice Golf Outside? Stop Flying Balls From Crashing Into Your Window

If you have a spouse or a neighbor that likes to get out in the yard to practice their swing, the ball may get away from them at times. When this happens, it may head straight to one of your windows. If this sounds like you, follow the tips below to provide your windows with some protection.     Window Awnings Awnings look beautiful on a home, but they serve other purposes. Read More 

New Homeowner Safety Tips for Utilizing and Storage of Home Heating Oil

If you are a new homeowner heating with oil for the first time, then it is important that you understand as much as possible about the safe storage and use of heating oil. Heating oil is very safe for residential use when you take the following safety tips into account: Safety Tip #1: Keep Everything and Everyone away from the Tank and Heater Any person or object that comes into contact with your home's oil tank or oil heater can cause serious damage. Read More 

2 Simple Ways To Fix Your Dripping Faucet

If you have a dripping faucet, the sound of the constant drip may annoy you. That aggravating noise is also the sound of money being wasted since a leaking faucet can waste up to 3,000 gallons per year. If you would like to fix the problem yourself, try the following simple ways to fix your dripping faucet. Check The O-Ring For Damage The faucet's O-ring is part of the stem that holds the valve handles in place. Read More