It’s hard to know everything about caring for your own home, but here are a few things you should definitely know!
Leaking water heaters are not good and don’t always trust the labels on your breaker panel without trusting them. Replace your furnace filters often, shut off your water before you go out of town, and use hearing protection when you’re doing loud DIY projects.
When it comes to caulk, Family Handyman said, “Squeeze tubes are convenient. But if you need to lay a neat, even bead of caulk, use a caulk gun instead. With a squeeze tube, it’s difficult to produce a steady flow.”
Above all else, stay safe and trust a professional when you need to. We can help!
21 Things Every Homeowner Must Know
All forms of hearing protection—earmuffs, disposable foam earplugs, reusable plugs—are adequate for most noise.With super-loud equipment like framing nailers and chain saws, it’s smart to use both plugs and earmuffs.Read More