Electrical Residential Services

All About Rooftop De-Icing Systems for PROs


Usually, winter is a not the best time for electricians from northern regions. Cold weather can be dangerous and many places you’d easily access in summer – crawl spaces and attics, for example – are just as unsafe now as they are at the height of summer. Also, ice, snow, and melt or runoff from precipitation can all add to the hazards that make winter gigs less than desirable. There is a great solution for all these winter problems – de-icing systems can both make your job easier and keep work rolling in while you wait for warm weather.

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Electrical Residential Services Service Pro

How to Explain Cost For Your Customers Properly


When someone has his house built from scratch, usually, the electrical work is included in the overall cost of the home. When someone is doing a major remodeling of the house, the electrical work is included in the total price of the house remodel. Most homeowners, as a rule, have no idea how much electrical services cost, so these costs need to be specified for them.

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Plumbing Residential Services Uncategorized

Make Your Plumbing Survive The Holiday Rush

Santa Claus with a tool belt.

Christmas holidays are the busiest days of the year in many American kitchens. And, in fact, it is also one of the busiest days for plumbers. In the emergency plumbing business, garbage disposal and sink clogs are as much a Christmas tradition as Christmas tree or Christmas gifts. The entire holiday season can push some household plumbing systems to their limit, both from the surge in kitchen activity and the increased bathroom traffic from gatherings and overnight guests. But there is a good chance to keep your plumbing system in a good, stable condition if you use a few best practices and some light maintenance tips we will provide you with.

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Masonry Residential Services

Useful Information About a Cold Weather Masonry


Usually, masonry work requires special attention when working temperatures are below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature drops below this point, masons should act promptly and follow special steps to keep masonry warm and workable. Here is some useful information about masonry in cold weather.

Masonry work in cold weather produces a slower hydration in the mortar and when the water freezes produced a destructive change in volume causing the mortar expansion. If the mortar contains more than 6 percent water, the expansion due to freezing will be great enough to crack the mortar. If the masonry is rewetted, the architect or engineer should specify how the masonry should be wetted and how to test if the procedure worked. Wet or ice-covered unit surfaces to prevent the development of a good bond between the mortar and unit.

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Interior Designer Residential Services

Best Ideas For Your New Amazing Closet


You can have a huge closet or it can be really small, it doesn’t matter – there are ways to make it better. Many closets can be better organized; after that base is covered, move on to the décor. This can make your closet not only practical but also pretty. Find your inspiration, think about how you would picture your dream closet, imagination can show you wonderful things! Here are some wonderful tips to make your new closet even better.

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