As a homeowner, there are some requirements and steps that you must take before the transition of seasons. Educating yourself on these tasks and making sure that you do your part to get them done will help your home stay in the best possible condition. And lucky for you, we are here to help! Below is a springtime HVAC maintenance checklist that will remind you of all the necessary steps to take to ensure your system is ready for the season ahead.Read More
Winter is a tempting time to try and put aside things like home maintenance and make it through the cold. This has a few drawbacks, unfortunately. Maintaining your home during the frigid chill of winter might be a little more difficult, but some things still need to get done. A burst pipe or roof leak isn’t going to wait until spring to need fixing. To keep you on top of things, here are a few tips for regular winter home maintenance.Read More
Energy costs can often take up the biggest share of household budgets for most individuals, especially in the colder months of the year.
Fortunately, an energy audit can help to reduce this budget buster by revealing leaks and other energy consumption vampires that are driving up your energy costs.
While you can hire a professional to do this for you – from about $250 to $650 or more, depending on where you live – you can save money by doing it yourself.Read More
Exterior cleaning should be part of your regular maintenance routine for your house. If you are planning to tackle the task, it might be time to consider exterior cleaning services for the benefits they provide and help save money in the long run.
One of the most popular methods of exterior cleaning is none other than pressure washing. It has been the solution for many homeowners out there when it comes to a cost-effective option.Read More
When was the last time you thought about your hot water heater?
Chances are you thought about it when the hot water ran out…or when you first bought your home.
Or, maybe like many of us these days you’re thinking about ways you can save money by cutting costs.
Whatever the reason, there are a lot of water heaters on the market these days to choose from. In addition to standard water heaters that have been around for decades, consumers now have the option of purchasing an on-demand, or “tankless” water heater that promises to save on water and energy costs.