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Exterior Vs. Interior Waterproofing: 3 Key Differences

Waterproofing techniques typically fall into one of two categories: exterior or interior. While each of these techniques is designed to control moisture in your basement, they don't go about the drainage process the same. To ensure you make the appropriate decision for your home, you need to have a clear understanding of how exterior and interior waterproofing methods differ. Operation Exterior and interior waterproofing systems are designed to control water issues in your basement. Read More 

How Damaged Bricks And Mortar In Your Fireplace Are Repaired

The mortar in a fireplace can crumble over time due to the constant heating and cooling of the bricks when you build fires. Crumbling mortar and cracks in bricks make your fireplace look ugly. They can also pose a fire danger if the damage is in the right place and heat or fire escapes through the damaged area. Your fireplace should be inspected annually, as well as each time it is cleaned, so repairs can be made. Read More 

Toilet Frequently Clogging? It Could Be Due To These 3 Reasons

Nobody enjoys plunging their toilet to clear a clog, which is why a frequently clogging toilet may be a reason of concern for you. There is likely something going on with your toilet or the plumbing that is causing these frequent clogs to happen, such as one of these three problems. 1. Household Member Behavior You can't monitor what everyone does in the bathroom, which is why the clogs may be due to the various behaviors of people in your household. Read More 

Protecting Your Appliances And Your Home

As a homeowner, you want to learn about the different ways you can go about keeping your home and your appliances safe and in good condition. This article will give you some advice on various ways you can protect different parts of your home and your appliances from a variety of natural elements and natural disasters. Here are some of the things you want to know about and prepare for to avoid various issues. Read More 

Plumbing Supplies To Winterize Your Plumbing Pipes For The Winter

There is a certain recognizable chill in the air when the sun goes down, leaves are starting to take on familiar hues of seasons passed, and you know it is time to start thinking about winterizing your home. If you live in an area where the temperatures fall below freezing on a regular basis and you have plumbing pipes that are not inside of the house or far below ground, your plumbing pipes must be part of that winterization process. Read More