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Make Home Improvements Your Resolution for 2013! Every New Year we all make a number of resolutions to improve ourselves. These include the standard “lose weight, get a better job, be a better parent,” character-changing resolutions. Although they often can be life changing, they also very often are left incomplete. This year, why not be a little more pragmatic and make some New Year’s resolutions to better our homes? Our homes are the places where spend most of our time; in the end, making some big changes within the house could actually lead to some personal lifestyle alterations. So, … [Read More]
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times of years for plumbers and drain cleaning professionals. Sewage systems can become overrun with additional house guests, causing inconvenient backups. In preparing and cleaning up holiday meals, homeowners can also clog up their sinks, disposals and washing machines. Below are 10 steps to help you avoid calling a plumber this Thanksgiving. Do not under any circumstance dump grease directly down your drain. Grease solidifies when it cools and will solidify on the inside of your plumbing. Always collect excess grease in spare containers. Wait for it to solidify and then dispose of it. … [Read More]
As a member of our Service Partner Plan, you’ll always be at the head of the class when it comes first priority service and maximum service discounts. Come on, admit it…back in the day, you detested all those teachers’ pets who enjoyed little perks and spotlight attention…the kind that you and your buds weren’t entitled to. That is, unless you happened to be a darling little teacher’s pet yourself. Well, nothing really has changed now that we’ve all become grownups. We still enjoy perks, special attention, and the feeling that we’re getting the best deal going. If that describes … [Read More]