Why Your Pipes Are So Noisy

When you turn on and off faucets in your home, do you sometimes hear a loud banging noise in your pipes? It might be disconcerting, but it is not very uncommon. The reason for the sound is commonly called water hammer, and it happens when your water bangs against the...

Heating Your Home From A Distance

Outdoor wood boilers were introduced for a good reason. Having a fire burning inside of your home comes with risks. Besides the obvious risk for the fire to spread, there is also the risk of carbon monoxide forming and leaking into your home, posing a danger to your...

A Different Way To Heat Water

Water heating technology hasn’t changed much over the years. The same principle of having a large tank of water that is heated up has been the standard for a very long time, but there is an option that offers significant benefits, as well as, offers savings on energy,...

Let Your Feet Take A Break

Your legs and feet consist of a large number of bones, joints and muscles, all working in unison to keep you balanced. The surface on which you stand can have a big impact on your comfort. If you stand for a long time on a hard surface, such as cement, you can...

Something Sneaking Into Your Home

Radon gas. Homeowners hear about this gas quite often, and many feel like the danger of it is exaggerated, but that is far from the case. In fact, radon is the second leading cause for lung cancer, exceeded only by cigarette smoke, so it makes sense that you should...

Caring For Elevators

If your building has more than a certain number of floors, you might have an elevator installed. It could even be that you have one in a building with fairly few flights of stairs, but with a large amount of seniors using it. Since you own the elevator, you are also...
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