When you’re out of town or at work, who’s making sure your home’s mechanical systems are running smoothly? These three energy-monitoring technologies can do that for you.
Power outages or water leaks can mean coming home to uncomfortable temperatures or expensive property damage. These new systems offer you peace of mind, as well as the chance to save money. So why just hope that nothing goes wrong when you’re away? With real-time monitoring, you’ll know everything is fine, and be able to take quick action if trouble does occur.FULL STORY
You consider yourself pretty handy. You like to do things on your own and don't like to depend on others to help with repairs or maintenance tasks. So, you replace light bulbs and shingles, mount new doors or windows and build garden sheds all on your own. Recently, however, you’ve encountered more complicated household problems related to your plumbing.FULL STORY
Plumbing systems are complex networks of pipes, lines, drains, tanks and valves. If one thing goes wrong, it can cause a chain reaction throughout your home. The best way homeowners can protect themselves from serious and expensive plumbing problems is by recognizing the earliest signs that something is amiss. Scheduling regular inspections by a team of professional plumbers can help you stay on top of plumbing problems. Use the following signs of plumbing issues to schedule repairs – before your floors flood.FULL STORY