How To Clean Your Bathtub Drain When It Is Slow To Empty

If your bathtub drain is getting slower and slower to empty, a hair clog could be to blame. You want to take action and clean out the drain before it backs up completely. It's generally not a good idea to use chemical drain cleaners in a bathtub, since they may just back up into the tub and leave a mess to clean up. Here are some things you can try before you call the plumber. Read More 

A Quick Buyer’s Guide To Air Conditioning

Having a good air system in your house is really one of those things in life a lot of homeowners take for granted. You might even assume that most a/c units are standardized in most homes. In reality, when it comes time to install one in a new home or simply to replace an old system there are a wide variety of choices beyond simply central air units. Here's a quick buyers guide to the various alternative types of air conditioning units. Read More 

How to Patch Potholes & Cracks in Your Asphalt Driveway

Having your driveway finished with asphalt can increase your home value, give you a clean, safe place to park your car and provide your kids a smooth playing area. Unfortunately, all of these benefits also come with the additional work that comes with asphalt surfaces. As soon as you see potholes or cracks forming in your asphalt driveway, it is important that you take action to make the repairs as soon as possible. Read More 

How To Remove A Wrought Iron Fence

Wrought iron fences are made of fence posts that are evenly spaced apart so as to support horizontal fence sections. The primary difference between removing a wrought iron fence versus removing a plastic or wood fence is that the wrought iron fence has to be handled carefully so as to avoid any injury to the people removing it. As with other types of fences, each section of the fence is connected to the supporting posts with hardware, all of which have to be removed in order to take down the fence. Read More 

Cool Fence On The Block: 5 Ways You Can Make Your Chain Link Stand Out

Who says that chain link fencing can't stand out? Some people might view chain link fencing as an eyesore, but there are plenty of people out there who see it as a charming accessory for a front yard. It all depends on what you do with it. Utilize these tips to find a new look for your yard and truly stand out from the rest of the block. 1. Create Bold Patterns Read More