Maintenance

What to Look for in a Professional Window Cleaning Service

So, your office windows are looking dirty and in need of cleaning. It’s getting to the point where you’re reluctant to invite clients to the office. You’re ashamed of the grey patches which should be glistening in the sun like all the others. It’s time to call in the professionals. But, how do you know you’re hiring the right people? Don’t worry. Here are a few things you need to look out for to ensure you hire the best commercial window cleaner in your area. Experience When you’re Read more [...]

Maintain Your HVAC To Save Money

As a homeowner, you are responsible for making sure that the systems that keep your home comfortable and safe are working properly and economically. This is where an HVAC professional comes in. HVAC is short for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.   An HVAC system provides heating during the cold months and air conditioning during the hot times of the year. Often integrated into one system, it is crucial that your home’s HVAC is maintained so it runs as economically as possible Read more [...]

Bright Spark: Some DIY Electrical Work is Easier Than you Think

If you are planning on doing some DIY work on your property there are some projects that require the services of a professional, but with a bit of know-how, there are plenty of jobs that you can tackle yourself.   Here is a look at the sort of DIY electrical work that you could potentially do without calling in a pro, including an overview of why it can make sense to consider tackling the job yourself, tips on fixing faulty lights, plus the best way to approach fitting another socket in Read more [...]

Tips on how to solve blocked drains on your own

Plunger The most common tool to clear a blocked drain is a plunger. Stores sell plungers that are specifically for your toilets or sinks. A plunger is useful if the blockage isn't too deep in the drain. Crystal Heat Crystal Heat is good to use to unclog your drains. While using this product, you must wear gloves, or the acid in it will eat through your skin. After you pour Crystal Heat down the drain, wait a few minutes, and rinse your drain with cold water. Don't use hot water because it will Read more [...]