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Sealing Up Cracked Pipes: Familiarizing With Pipe Relining Technology And Looking At Its Advantages

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Piping in your home can last anywhere between 20 years to over 100 years depending on the type of materials that have been chosen and the quality of the installation. Years of wear will eventually have a toll on the condition of the plumbing, and it is not uncommon for cracks to begin to emerge. A single crack can leak gallons of water out on a daily basis. If your pipes have cracked, you may believe that your only option is to get it replaced.…

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Buying A New Furnace: How To Get It Right The First Time

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Investing in a new home heating system is a big decision. You’ll be living with your new furnace for up to 20 years, and the decisions you make now will impact how much money you spend on heating costs and how comfortable your home is during that time. In this article you’ll learn how to determine if now is the time to buy a new furnace, how to select the right furnace and how to ensure that your new home heating system will fit your needs.…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Algae On A Roof

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If you notice black stains or streaks on the shingles of your roof, you are most likely dealing with gloecapsa magma, or blue-green algae. This algae commonly forms on asphalt and wood shingles when it is warm and humid out. If you notice it forming on your roof, you may have many questions about it. Here are some frequently asked questions about algae on a roof.  Is Algae Harmful to the Roof?…

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