Preventive Checks Of Your Home’s Electrical System

All homeowners should conduct electrical checkups throughout the year to troubleshoot any issues and employ an electrician's services if needed. Here are some areas of your home that should be checked on. Make sure your home is childproof If you have children, or grandchildren that regularly visit or live with you, make sure all of your outlets have protectors. Another option is to put in tamper resistant outlets. This is also a good idea if you have pets, especially any puppies or kittens, who'll also be at ground level and very curious. Read More 

Shower Odor: What You Can Do About It

When you step into your shower and are about to turn on the water, the last thing you want is to be hit with an unpleasant odor much akin to that of sewage. If your shower drain has an unpleasant odor in spite of your attempts to keep your shower clean and clear of dirt, hair, debris and the like, you likely feel as if your home and bathroom in particular is somehow defective or inherently unclean. Read More 

3 Reasons To Get Vent Cleaning

Many people do not know that there are some great services available to them from their HVAC contractors. One of these services is vent cleaning. A professional HVAC contractor, such as Bill's Plumbing Heating & Air, can come to your house and use a series of brushes, blowers and vacuums, to go through and clear out all the vents in your home. This can improve the air quality of your home, and help your AC and heater work more efficiently. Read More 

3 Easy Ways To Reduce Your AC Bill

When you're running your air conditioner daily in the summer, it is easy for your energy bill to get out of hand. While you may think that investing in a more energy efficient air conditioner is the only way to significantly lower your bill, there are a few simple things you can do to help keep your cooling costs down while you stay comfortable. Clean or Change Your AC Filter Monthly Read More 

Is It Time For A New Fence? 3 Signs That Repair Is Not An Option Anymore

If you have a privacy fence on your property, you know how important it is to clean, maintain, and repair it whenever necessary. If you don't, you can end up with a broken down fence that is useless and, above all, an eyesore. Additionally, you could face fines from your community for violating certain zoning and property upkeep ordinances. While most fence issues can be repaired if you catch them early enough, some fences are beyond repair. Read More