Hire A Residential Electrical Contractor When Adding On To Your Home

When you are going to remodel your home you might plan on doing most of the work yourself. This isn't a bad idea as long as you are handy with tools, you have a good understanding of the jobs you are taking on, and you already own many of the tools you will need. However, there are some jobs you should have done by the professionals. One of the most important jobs you are going to want to leave for the pros is electrical work. Read More 

Tips For Fixing Leaking PVC Pipes

Do you suddenly have a dripping pipe in your basement or under a sink? The fix will depend on the material of the leaking pipes. PVC pipes have an entirely different repair process than copper lines. Fixing the pipes doesn't require a license, but you should always leave major work – or work stuck behind walls – in the hands of a plumber, like Valley Rooter Ltd plumbers. Here are a few tips for fixing leaking PVC pipes. Read More 

2 Questions To Ask Your Furnace Installation Contractor

Like all home appliances, sooner or later furnaces must be replaced. Though ultimately this will result in more cost-efficient heating, the process of getting a new furnace can be both expensive and stressful. For that reason, it's important to make sure that things get done right the first time around. If have plans to replace your furnace, read on. This article will present two vital questions to ask your installation contractor. Read More 

Three “Shocking” Pool Mistakes You Might Be Making

You're one of the lucky ones with a backyard pool. No small investment, the sting of the cost is probably offset by the fun and refreshment your pool provides. But because you did pay a pretty penny for that pool, you want to be sure you're taking the best possible care of it. Chances are, though, even with the best of intentions, you're making a few "shocking" mistakes and those mistakes can not only shorten the lifespan of your pool equipment, some of then can actually hurt you! Read More 

How To Install Posts For An Elevated Pool Deck

You might be thinking the cold and snow is going to last forever at this point, but soon the warmth of summer will be nearing. Now is the time to start planning for springtime activities like getting your pool ready for the swimming season. If you're thinking about adding a deck to your above ground pool, you should consider using fiberglass materials. Fiberglass is sturdier, easier to clean, and has more decorative options than wood decking and posts. Read More