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Finding the right home insurance policy is just as important as finding the right home. And yes, just like you shopped for a home, you should also shop around before you buy homeowners insurance. Not all providers are created equal. And not only that, home insurance might not be completely comprehensive. For instance, the major […]

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It’s not uncommon to have questions about a home warranty, particularly if you are buying a home. While comprehensive homeowners insurance is clearly an important consideration, home warranty coverage is also something to keep in mind. If you are buying a home, the seller or real estate agent might offer you home warranty coverage as […]

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If you own a home and have a mortgage, you’ll likely be required to have homeowners insurance. Your home is where your family grows and plays together, so protecting it is a top priority. Understanding homeowners insurance can be difficult, as there are many elements to it and different types of coverage to be aware […]

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A home warranty can be a wonderful thing. It can also be a confusing one. What is a home warranty? What does a home warranty cover? How does a home warranty work? And most importantly, who pays for a home warranty, buyer or seller? There are a lot of questions to answer, and understanding who […]

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Home warranties can be confusing at times. What exactly is a home warranty? How much does a home warranty cost? How is it different from homeowners insurance? What’s covered under a home warranty? How do you go about utilizing your home warranty? There are several questions that often circulate about home warranty plans. We’re here […]

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Ice maker not making ice? As with most home appliances, ice makers have a breaking point. It can be quite an inconvenience when an ice maker is not making ice, but there’s no need to jump to call a professional just yet. Try some techniques on your own and see if you can repair your […]

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Your washing machine is without a doubt an essential home appliance, but it is also the one that poses the greatest threat for flooding your home. A single burst hose lets water flood out at the rate of six gallons per minute and can cause thousands of dollars of water damage to your home in just a few moments.

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Buying a home is often a complicated process, and by the time you get the keys in your hand, you’ve likely spent months thinking about things like mortgages, interest rates, and closing costs; you’ve lost count of how many hours you’ve spent reading and filling out loan applications and all you want to do is […]

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Exactly how much does a new furnace cost? What types of furnaces are there? And how much do they cost to install? These are common questions that may come to your mind when you’re considering a new furnace. Furnace Replacement Cost: How Much Does a New Furnace Cost? Furnace replacement costs vary. The average range […]

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As with all appliances, despite the inconvenience, water heaters are susceptible to wear and tear over time. How long they last, though, varies a fair amount due to a couple of significant factors, mainly relating to some specific factors. In the case of a water heater, these factors include the anode rod, and the make-up, […]

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You may have noticed that some of the outlets in your kitchen, bathroom or garage look different from the other outlets in your house. These outlets are shaped differently and have two small buttons in the center. Those special outlets are called ground-fault circuit interrupter or GFCI outlets. They are also known as GFI or […]

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It’s an unfortunate fact that the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (or HVAC) system in your home is one of the most expensive components in your house. And because this system sees almost constant use year-round, it is also one of the most likely components to need repair or replacement. There are many factors that […]

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Most often when a toilet is leaking from its base, it’s in need of a new wax seal. Or, it could be as simple as tightening some tee bolts. Luckily, most of the repairs needed for a toilet leaking from the bottom are simple enough to handle yourself. You probably won’t even need to call […]

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Nothing will ruin your morning shower faster than looking down and realizing you’re standing in a puddle of grimy, lukewarm water. You may have also noticed that your shower takes forever to drain or an unpleasant odor emanating from the drain. You’ve most likely got a clogged shower drain. But before you pick up the […]

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Is there a rotten smell coming from your kitchen? You’ve taken out the garbage, cleaned out your old leftovers, and treated your garbage disposal but the smell keeps coming back. It could be your dishwasher. If you notice an eggy or fishy smell coming from your kitchen, check to see if the odor is coming […]

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If you’ve noticed your heating and cooling system is acting up, your first thought is probably concern about how much this will cost. Unfortunately, the average cost of furnace and air conditioner replacement varies widely. There are a lot of variables that go into the overall cost of a new furnace or air conditioner. The […]

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In the middle of August, during a heat wave, while the sun is beating down, the last thing you want is a busted air conditioner. One of the first signs of AC trouble comes in the form of ice. Blocks of ice or even icicles can form around your AC unit and can not only […]

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For most of us, doing the laundry is about as exciting as watching paint dry, but discovering that your washing machine isn’t draining as it should can turn a dreaded chore into a laundry nightmare. Thankfully, the most common causes of a washing machine not draining can easily be fixed with a little bit of knowledge and a few simple tools.

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It can be confusing if your microwave stopped working but still has power. Occasionally, microwaves will appear to function normally without actually heating your food. Often this means that when you start the microwave, the lights will turn on, but you won’t hear the regular noise of a microwave. There are a couple reasons why […]

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Replacing a garbage disposal can seem like a daunting task, but with the right knowledge, tools, and supplies, you may be able to do it on your own. In this article, we’ll teach you how to replace your garbage disposal. Gather Tools and Supplies to Replace Your Garbage Disposal This project doesn’t require too many […]

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No one likes to admit it, but everyone’s felt their blood turn cold as they watch the toilet water rise instead of drop. To top it off, you could be in a carpeted bathroom of an acquaintance. Well, don’t worry; here’s how to keep the clogged toilet a secret.

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You’re probably asking yourself, “What is a shower diverter valve anyway and does mine need to be replaced?” This article will explain exactly what a diverter valve does and list the different types of valves available. It will then show you how to replace a shower diverter valve.

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Homeowners have a fair number of options when it comes to garage door replacement. Some of the questions that come to mind in the initial stages of pricing out the garage door replacement cost might be: How much does it cost to replace the average garage door? How much of your time will the installation demand? Would your best bet be hiring a professional?

Keeping your house clean can seem like fighting an endless battle. Laundry is never finished, dishes pile up, and no matter how often you sweep, there always seems to be dust or dirt gathering somewhere.

Before learning how to replace a toilet, make sure that the new toilet you buy is the right size. Measuring your old toilet is a good place to start.

Energy efficient appliances have been on the rise in the last decade or so, and for good reason. Dishwasher use can dramatically increase your utility bill and negatively impact the environment. With many brands claiming to use less water and some sources claiming that washing dishes by hand is more eco-friendly and less wasteful, where is the truth? Just how much water does a dishwasher use per cycle?

If you’re like many homeowners, you’ve always dreamed about having a warm, cozy fireplace in your home. Whether you want a fireplace as a supplemental heat source to cut down on expensive utility bills, or purely as an aesthetic addition to your family room, you’ve probably already considered the costs and hassles associated with having […]

Cooking or baking food in your oven is a wonderful convenience but, try as hard as you might to avoid it, food spills. Cakes bubble over, grease spills out, and your oven is left dirty, smelling, and sometimes smoking from left over debris. A self-cleaning oven can be a real time saver as far as the floor, ceiling, and walls of your oven go, but what about the racks? Dirty ovens include dirty oven racks, so read on to learn everything you need to know about how to clean oven racks.

As annoying as it is to have frozen pipes, bursting a pipe or starting a fire (the effects of thawing gone wrong) are even worse. Before you pull out the blow torch and get to work on your pipes, check out how to thaw frozen pipes safely and efficiently. And to be clear, please do […]

It’s happened to all of us at some point: a clogged drain leaves behind a sink full of smelly water, a heavy rainstorm turns your front yard into a lake, or your neighbor moved out and abandoned his swimming pool full of nasty water and dead plants. Now you’ve got a real problem: standing water. […]

Buying appliances can be a stressful endeavor. Not only do large appliances often come with large price tags, but it’s also a lengthy commitment you’re making. Most major appliances, with adequate maintenance and minor repairs, will last more than 10 years. Making the right purchase at the right time can help make those 10 years a joy instead of a hassle.

Plumbing vents are an important part of your home’s plumbing system. They ensure the integrity of your pipes, help to clear out debris, and rid your house of sewer gases and other toxins. But what are plumbing vents exactly, how do they work, and what can you do if something goes wrong? Read on to learn everything you need to know about taking care of your home’s plumbing vent.

Just like every other room in your home, a kitchen gets dirty and needs to be cleaned. But unlike every other room, the kitchen gets its mess from food, not just dust. The kitchen is full of appliances that are difficult to clean but unfortunately are often the dirtiest. Food spills, grease, and burnt goo in your oven can cause problems while preparing dinner. Not only can they cause smells and smoke, but they can actually interfere with the food that’s supposed to be cooking in there.

An average water heater should last at least 10 years before needing serious repairs or replacement. This is good news since a brand new water heater can be a significant expense. The better news is that with a little bit of care and some DIY heater maintenance, you can extend the life of your water […]

Standing or slowly draining water may indicate that you have a clogged sink. Not only is a clogged drain annoying and often disgusting, it can also be harmful to your plumbing, eventually causing damage. As soon as you notice that your sink is clogged, take action to clear the blockage and get your water running smoothly again.

Whether you are a brand new homeowner, or you’ve lived in your own house for 40 years, there are always new things to learn about how to take care of your home. An important part of your kitchen’s sanitation and plumbing is the dishwasher air gap. This small piece of equipment can mean the difference between sparkling clean dishes and a stinky mess. Read on to learn what an air gap for dishwasher is, why you need one, and what to be aware of as far as maintenance and repair.

The fact is inevitable. If your home has carpet, it’s going to get messy. Try as hard as you might, accidents happen. Even without kids or pets, wine will spill, mud will get tracked in, and despite your firmest grip, you will drop your fork. But all is not lost. Even the whitest of carpets can be salvaged from the reddest of stains. And the best news of all is that you don’t need a shelf full of harmful chemicals or expensive stain removers.

Buying a home is a dream come true for many people. But what happens when that dream becomes a nightmare? Home ownership comes with its share of ups and downs, but those challenges don’t have to be the end of the world — as long as you know what to do when the storm hits.

If you’re thinking of updating your house to be more energy-efficient, whether to save money or save the environment, you should consider a tankless water heater installation. It is a wise investment that can save you time, space, and no small amount of cash. But before taking the plunge — especially if you’re considering a DIY tankless water heater — here are a few things you should know.

Do you ever find yourself using a hair dryer, watching a show, or warming up by a space heater just to be met with a localized blackout? When your breaker keeps tripping, it can be annoying and sometimes impossible to complete your daily routine. If your breaker keeps tripping, read on to know what it means, what’s causing it, and how to fix the problem for good.