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Five Reasons Your Roof Might Be Leaking

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A leaky roof can create a bevy of problems, issues, and expenses for homeowners. If you notice that your roof might be leaking into your home, immediately contact a roofing contractor for an evaluation before damage can occur. However, if you keep an eye on some key areas regarding the roof, it is possible to prevent leaks and maintain the condition of your home’s roofing. Five things that can cause your roof to leak include: Shabby Shingles Shoddy shingles can cause your roof to leak. Moisture and precipitation can seep through the spots that are not protective by shingles, and deteriorate the materials beneath. If left in disrepair, these areas can cause leaks into the home resulting in more extensive damage. Gaping Gutters When checking out your roof, be sure to look over your gutters and eavestrough. If these...

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Five Good Reasons To Invest In An Electric Heat Pump

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Heat pumps help keep your home comfortable, both in the winter and the summer, by transferring air that is heated and cooled naturally by the ground around your house to your interior living space. Because they are moving conditioned air rather than generating it, these systems use significantly less energy than a typical heating or cooling system. However, saving energy isn’t the only good reason to invest in an electric heat pump. Reasons to choose an electric heat pump 1. It saves energy . . . and energy dollars. Because a heat pump makes use of the earth’s natural heat, you can save a significant amount of energy and money on your utility bills. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a typical household could save around 30 to 40 percent on their electric bill by switching from and...

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Electrical Problems In A Home: How You Can Detect Them & The Cost Of Rewiring

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Do the bulbs in a specific light fixture seem to blow out shortly after they have been installed? You may be dealing with faulty electrical wiring in your home or the problem can lie within the light fixture itself. In this article, find out how to detect electrical wiring problems and what it will cost to hire an electrician to rewire your home if necessary. How Can a Homeowner Detect Electrical Wiring Problems? One sign that there is an electrical wiring problem in your home is when you turn on a light fixture and it begins to make popping noises. However, the popping noises may also mean that the fixture is old or has a short in the wires. Getting the fixture replaced will fix the problem if there is nothing wrong with the wires in your ceiling and...

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