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Common Plumbing Issues Solved

Hi, my name is Clint Hastings and I've written this blog as a source of information about plumbing problems. I like to fix things around the house and through the years, I've learned a lot about plumbing systems and how they work. It wasn't always by choice, but when you wake up to a bathtub full of sewage or your kitchen sink won't drain, you've got to do something to fix the problem. All through my blog, you'll learn about common plumbing problems, troubleshooting tips and how to make simple repairs to get your water running again. Since running water is something that's used every day, I think it's important to know how to fix minor plumbing issues. Not every plumbing issue is simple to fix, so I'll also let you know when it's time to put down the wrench and call a professional plumber.

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Signs Your Chimney’s Flue Liner Might Need Attention

There's something beautifully simple about a fireplace. Wood is burnt, the smoke goes up your chimney, you sit back and enjoy the warmth, and it seems as straightforward as that. However, there's a bit more to modern residential chimneys than this. How long has it been since your chimney's flue liner had any attention? If it's been a while (or perhaps it's been never), your chimney might begin to experience some problems. Read More 

Upgrading Your Property With A Deck

For many families, the deck will be one of the areas of the property where they spend the most time during the summer and spring months. However, many homeowners will have to go through the process of installing a new deck if they are to be able to take advantage of this type of comfortable outdoor space. Choose Materials With Minimal Maintenance Needs The materials used in the deck will be important for determining its longevity as well as the amount of maintenance that must be done to keep the deck looking good. Read More 

Different Types of New Home Package Options for a New Home

If you want to move into a brand new home, there are multiple ways that you can achieve that goal, depending on the style of home you want, the location where you want the home to be built, where you want to live, and your budget. #1: Modular Home Modular homes are homes that are built off-site and not on the property themselves. Once the home is built, it is then transported to the building site, where the foundation will have been laid for the home. Read More 

Things You Might Forget When Building A Deck

Building a compact structure such as a deck may seem like a good project for the beginning DIY home renovator, but it's something best left to professional deck builders. While the structures don't ramble around the yard and are relatively small compared to the rest of the house, they require a lot of details that are easy to forget during the planning stage. Snow, Pets, Spring Cleaning, and That PSF Requirement Read More 

Replacing Your Front Entry Door? 3 Things To Consider

Your front entry door serves as the focal point of your home, since it is where you welcome guests into your house and how you essentially keep everyone inside your home safe and secure. These days, you can select a door that effectively reflects your individual style without actually compromising the security of your home. From colors and locks to fittings and windows, here are a few things you will want to consider as you look for and purchase a replacement front entry door. Read More