Five Ways To Stay Toasty Warm Without Turning Up Your Heat

Posted on: 2 December 2016

Winter is just a few weeks away, and the temperature is already starting to drop in most places across the U.S. For many homeowners, this means turning on the heat. While you won't be able to get away without using your heat at all this winter, there are some ways to stay warm without turning the thermostat up too high. Follow these tips, and you'll save on your heating bills while also reducing strain on your furnace or boiler.
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Upgrading Your Home's Plumbing To Be Energy Efficient? 4 Tips For Saving Money

Posted on: 1 December 2016

As a homeowner, you may be looking for ways to make your home energy-efficient. Not only is it better for the environment, but it makes your home's value increase for when it finally comes time to sell it. For those looking to upgrade their home's plumbing, but are also looking to save money, here are some tips for doing so. Buy Used Fixtures A big expense when doing a plumbing upgrade are the fixtures used in your bathrooms and your kitchen.
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Five Key Reasons To Consider Portable Toilets For Your Event

Posted on: 28 November 2016

If you've been planning a major event and you're curious about how to handle the restroom options, you'll want to think about the benefits of investing in portable toilets. There are many benefits to portable toilets for public gatherings. Here are a few of the most common ones you should consider. Portable Toilets Add Convenience If you're looking for a way to keep everyone happy at your event, portable toilets make that much easier.
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4 Common Causes of Low Water Pressure

Posted on: 28 November 2016

When you turn on a faucet or the shower, you expect water to flow out, so a drastic change in water pressure can be quite alarming. There are several things that can cause low water pressure in your home, and most problems have easy solutions. Some common causes of low water pressure include the following. Faulty Pressure Regulator A water-pressure regulator is a small device that is usually found around the front hose connection of your house.
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