Why You Should Install a Sump Pump

Posted on March 16th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

Thinking of installing a sump pump in your home? This is a great way to protect your basement, your home and your belongings from water damage. Whether your home is prone to flooding or you’re just looking to add an extra layer of protection, here is why you should consider adding a sump pump to […]

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Signs That Your Plumbing Pipes Are Frozen

Posted on March 13th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

Cold winter nights put your plumbing pipes are risk. When temperatures drop, the water in your pipes can freeze over. This doesn’t just mean that you don’t have running water, but it also puts your pipe at risk of bursting as the water freezes and expands. Here are a few signs that your plumbing pipes […]

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Why You Should Care About World Plumbing Day

Posted on March 10th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

World Plumbing Day is celebrated every year on March 11th! Will you be celebrating this year? This international holiday, promoted by the World Plumbing Council, recognizes the important role that plumbing plays in our lives. Why Should You Celebrate? Although we often taken our plumbing for granted, many people around the world do not have […]

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How to Stay Warm for Less This Winter

Posted on March 9th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

Nights can get cold here in the Twin Cities. For homeowners looking to save on home heating costs, here are a few tips to help you stay warm for less. Heating Tips: Install a Programmable Thermostat – A programmable thermostat makes it possible for you to adjust the temperature of your home to save money […]

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Why Isn’t My Furnace Working?

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

Here in the Twin Cities, no one wants to be stuck without heat on a cold winter night. So when your furnace stops working, homeowners are understandably frustrated. These tips will help you troubleshoot your furnace problems before giving us a call. Troubleshooting Your Furnace: It Won’t Turn On This is the most common furnace […]

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How Often Do I Need to Inspect My Furnace?

Posted on February 18th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

When was the last time you took a look at your home furnace? This home essential keeps Twin City homeowners warm all winter long, but it’s important that you take the time to schedule inspections that keep your furnace in good condition and prevent potential breakdowns and high energy bills at the end of the […]

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5 Plumbing Mistakes You’re Making At Home

Posted on February 16th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

Do you consider yourself handy around the house? While we love DIY projects, we also want to make sure that homeowners don’t cut corners when it comes to their plumbing systems. Here are a few plumbing mistakes you’ll want to make sure that you avoid. 5 Plumbing Mistakes You’re Making: You’re Putting Everything Down the […]

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Simple Ways to Show Your Home Some Love

Posted on February 13th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

Are you ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one? While many people are making dinner reservations and stocking up on chocolates, you might want to show some love to some other aspects of your life, too! Now is the perfect time to give your home some TLC and make those updates that you’ve […]

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How to Celebrate Read in the Bathtub Day

Posted on February 9th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

It’s National Read in the Bathtub Day! Today, we celebrate how relaxing a bath can be, as well as how thankful we are for the indoor plumbing that makes our life so simple. If you have a reading list that you just haven’t found the time to get to — today is the day to […]

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Why You Should Improve Indoor Air Quality This Winter

Posted on February 8th, 2017 by Brian McLaughlin

We spend 90% of our lives indoors, especially during the winter months when our windows and doors are sealed up tight. That’s why it’s so important that we take the time to make sure that we are breathing in healthy air. These tips will help you improve indoor air quality this winter. Indoor Air Quality […]

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