Common Fire Protection Myths Debunked

Protecting your home and business from the ravaging effects of a fire should be an important goal for anyone. However, there are many people that are unsure what this involves, and this can cause them to make critical mistakes when making fire protection plans. By dispelling these following two misconceptions about fire protection, you will be able to make more informed decisions when it comes to mitigating this potentially devastating threat. [Read More]

Having A Tile Floor Installed? Use The Extra Tile For A Mirror Frame

If you're like most people, you have extra ceramic tiles when your new floor is put in. Not only do you have extra tile pieces, there are also scrap tiles the contractor cuts off so that they can create perfect corners and edges on your floor. While workers install your tile floor, you can use those extra pieces they can't use, or the whole ones they don't need to create a beautiful frame for a mirror. [Read More]

How To Manually Unclog The Pop-Up Valve And Elbow In A Bathroom Sink Drain

Invariably over time, your bathroom sink drain will become filled with hair, soap, and other materials that will clog the drain and cause it to overflow. You can try to use harsh chemicals to clean the drain out, but some of those chemicals can also cause damage to the pipes (whether you use PVC piping or steel) that can cause a host of other problems. One of the better ways to clean out the drain is to take it apart and manually remove the debris causing the blockage. [Read More]

Remove Clogs From You Window Unit's Condensate Line

If water is accumulating under your window air conditioning unit, there is a good chance that the condensate line is clogged. Some basic cleaning steps will resolve the problem.  Use The Following Materials bleach water plastic sheeting tube cleaning brush wet/dry vacuum cleaner face mask  rubber gloves water hose duct tape flashlight Add Bleach To The Line Turn off the air conditioning unit at the breaker box. Locate the end of the condensate pipe outdoors. [Read More]