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Do you plan on going south for the winter? Before you speed down the highway, you need to prepare your home to withstand the Minnesota winters first. That way, when you return in the spring, your home will be ready for the warmer weather. One...

Winter is almost here! The days are getting shorter and the weather is definitely chilling down. It's time to get your home ready for the colder months of the year. One thing you need to get on your checklist is your water heater. Here Are Five Steps...

Most people have heard of the term, ‘go green’ enough to know its benefits. The earth could use a lot less chemicals, gases and other harmful components in its atmosphere and soil. Everyone can help eliminate and or reduce these elements in various ways. One...

A leaky outdoor faucet is easy to overlook. Though, even a slow drip can waste hundreds of gallons of a precious natural resource, and it may substantially increase your water bill if ignored. Fortunately, all you need to repair your leaky outdoor faucet is a...

You rely on your home appliances the year round to provide plumbing services, to prepare and preserve food, and to keep your home bright and the temperature just right. In fact, it's your home appliances that define the comforts of modern living. So it makes sense...

All of your kitchen appliances, comfort systems, clothes washer and dryer, lighting, hot water, cell phones, computers and other electrically-powered gadgets, devices and services have one thing in common — they need electricity to work. Yet, if you had an electrical issue, such as a breaker problem, a...

Flooding is one of the worst calamities that can strike your home. In fact, according to the National Flood Insurance program, flooding is the most common natural disaster in America. Flooding can strike at any time, whether excessive rain or snow melt, a mechanical malfunction...

As the seasons of Minnesota change, so does the condition of your home's plumbing. Emerging from the wintertime, you certainly want to make sure your pipes, fixtures, faucets and pumps are in good condition. To help avoid plumbing emergencies this spring and summer, add the...

Whether you're a first-time homebuyer or you have been around the block a time or two, buying a new home is an exciting experience. Though, it can be fraught with surprises if you don't take home inspections seriously. With all of the pipes, fixtures, drain lines,...

Poor water pressure in your home can be quite annoying -- especially starting or ending your day with a wimpy shower. If your water pressure is too high, sooner or later you're going to run into appliance and plumbing problems. Adjusting your home's water pressure...

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