Three Things To Consider Prior To Installing A Tankless Hot Water Heater

Posted on: 24 May 2016
There is a lot being written about the benefits of a tankless water heater. These heaters are usually small, wall-mounted units that furnish hot water on demand. Not only will they supply an unlimited amount of hot water, but they can also save 30 - 50 percent of your energy costs by not having to continuously heat a tank of water that no one is using. Unfortunately, just like anything else on the market, tankless water heaters are not designed for everyone.
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Understanding Tree Canker Wounds

Posted on: 27 April 2016
If you have trees on your property that have protruding and woody growths, then your trees are most likely affected by cankers. These growths may or may not be a sign that the tree needs to be removed. If you are concerned about the growths on your trees, then keep reading to learn about the different types of cankers that may be forming and how you can save your trees from eventual removal.
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Understanding The Pros And Cons Of Ductless Heat Pumps

Posted on: 22 March 2016
At one point in time, ductless heat pumps were considered an overseas curiosity. These days, they're an attractive alternative to traditional heat pumps and other HVAC systems. Ductless heat pumps share many similarities with their traditional counterparts while offering a number of notable differences. These aspects can easily make or break your potential purchase depending on your home's overall design and your comfort and performance expectations. The following illustrates some of the benefits and drawbacks of purchasing and installing a ductless heat pump in your home.
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Don't Let Driveway Cracks Delay The Sale Of Your Home

Posted on: 22 February 2016
Cracks in an asphalt driveway reduce a house's curb appeal and make it less enticing to potential homebuyers. It doesn't always make financial sense to repair cracks in your driveway before selling your home, though. Here's how to determine whether you should repair your asphalt driveway cracks prior to listing your home for sale. Don't Expect a Financial Return If you decide to repair the cracks in your asphalt driveway, don't expect to recoup the cost of the repairs when you sell your home.
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