Archive for October, 2016
Gain an understanding of what look you do want. Approximately 83% of Americans think having a yard is impor
Choosing new flooring for your home can be an overwhelming endeavor, with all the choices available for floor patterns, color, textures, and types it is quite understandable if you’re not completely sure what’s best for you. If you’re under the impression that carpet can’t be installed in pieces like tile or wood, carpeting can also be laid in segments so you still have a variety of options when it comes to floor patterns. There are many benefits to choosing carpet for your floors and to help you narrow the choices down a bit I have listed to top six reasons carpet is the way to go when choosing the type of flooring.
- Price: If you’re on a budget, carpet is a cheaper alternative in some instances compared to other types of flooring. Most installation experts will agree th
Most people enjoy taking a hot shower or bath. More and more people are turning to tankless water heaters to save space and energy. There are a number of good reasons to make the switch. These are very low maintenance water heaters. They will last you a lot longer than traditional water heaters. The average lifespan is about two decades whereas traditional water heaters only last between ten and 15 years. It is also very easy to swap out a problem part for a working one if or when something breaks. Here are some tips to getting the right tankless water heater.
- Check out the energy factor. You should look for tankless water heaters that have an Energy Star rating. Models that have an energy factor (EF) that is at least 0.90 or more, you know you are getting a more efficien
It is a common question posed to many home and business owners every day, but let’s really take closer look at it. Do you have a minute?
All homes have this the basic list depending on the area of the country in which you reside, furnace; air conditioner; and water heater to just name a few. But did you know a few of these facts? Your furnace will typically last you 15-18 years.