Archive for September 6th, 2019

Here are 4 Problem Signs That Indicate Trouble With Your Home’s Foundation

It is no exaggeration to say that the foundation is one of the most important parts of a home. There are three primary forms of home foundation: crawl spaces, slabs, and full basements. While each form is slightly different, they all perform the same primary task, that of supporting the the home resting above it. Because any problem with the foundation can threaten the entire house, it’s important to know the problem signs that can indicate trouble is forming. This article will take a look at a few of these warning signs.

  • Cracks Forming in the Foundation Slab: One problem sign that can indicate trouble with your home’s foundation is cracks forming in the foundation slab. Cracks can signify a number of problems, and a foundation contractor will have to be sent for to examine the cracks to see why they are occurring before any repairs can be made. It

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This One Tip Will Save You Money on Plumbing Maintenance

Constantly monitoring your plumbing means being on the lookout for minor issues. As you know, small issues don’t stay small. The common issue of leaks are a major concern in plumbing with how quickly the problem grows. For example, the average American family will use over 300 gallons of water daily in their home. According to the EPA, the average household will lose up to 180 gallons of water per week from unknown water leaks. Overall, you are paying for over half-a-day’s worth of water you do not get to use.

Water Heater Maintenance

A good place to check for leaks is your water heater. Most likely, you’ll find the tank’s temperature and pressure relief valve is loose. Overheating or excessive pressure can cause the valve to loosen. Before running with this idea, call a plumbing service, as there are a few other causes for a leaky water heater. There coul

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