How To Keep Your 10-Year-Old Air Conditioner Working Well Through The Summer

Your air conditioner just turned 10 years old! This is not nearly as exciting as a 10th birthday for a child, since many air conditioner start showing signs of age and need to be replaced at about 10 years of age. However, if your air conditioner is still working pretty well, you can push it through another summer. Here are some things you can do to ease the burden on your older air conditioner and help reduce your risk of a breakdown as summer goes on. [Read More]

Signs That Point to the Need for an Upgraded Electrical Panel Box

As the owner of a property, it is very important for you to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that it is time to upgrade the electrical panel box. This way, you will be able to spot this need as soon as possible and then hire an electrician to take care of it for you. For help with this, you will want to read through the following signs. [Read More]

3 Tips For Rental Property Heating

When you are renting a property out to a tenant, it is important that you always do your part in providing them with the absolute best living experience. Nothing is more frustrating to a tenant than having heating problems in the fall and winter. To be sure this doesn't happen, you'll need to set up your rental property with whatever kind of heating is best while also making repairs as needed. [Read More]

DIY or Call a Pro Plumber? 4 Questions to Ask to Decide

A leaky faucet, a broken water line, and faulty hot water heater—all of these are common household plumbing problems. You may be tempted to take the DIY route with every little plumbing repair issue that comes up, but there are times when calling a professional plumber is best. Here are a few questions to help you decide which would be the best decision.  How long will the repair take you to complete? [Read More]