29 Aug

Spend Your Money Wisely During A Kitchen Renovation

According to the Appraisal Institute of Canada, you can expect to receive a 75 to 100 per cent return on your investment on a renovation. Even better is the fact that a little research can guide you as to how to get the most bang for your buck to make the project as affordable as possible. Here is how to spend your money wisely during a kitchen renovation. Do The Demolition Yourself You can save at least a couple of thousand dollars by doing the demolition by yourself. Just ensure that water, gas and electrical elements are turned off before you begin your project. Read More

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15 Aug

Tips To Prevent Sewer Backup

Sewer backup in your home can quickly become a health and safety hazard, and lead to costly repairs due to water damage. A sewer backup can results from improper drainage or sewer line damage, or from environmental factors, such as heavy rainfall or melting snow. Sewage comes from toilets, sinks and other drains, and can contain a variety of contaminants. Thankfully, there are preventative measures you can take to avoid a sewer backup, or lessen the damage. Read More

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8 Aug

4 Ways To Maintain A Water Heater

Maintaining your water heater can help save you money on heating costs, lengthen the lifespan of the tank and prevent pricey repair expenses in the future that result from neglect. Read More

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1 Aug

Everything You Need To Know About Power Flushing

What is Power Flushing? Regular power flushing is a necessary step in keeping your central heating system running in peak condition. Power flushing removes sludge, which includes rust and other problematic things. If this debris is left in your central heating system, the overall efficiency of your unit will be severely compromised and your system - from the boiler to the pipes - could potentially even break down. Read More

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