Put Away The Sweater - Tips For Finding The Problem With Your Faulty Furnace

Posted on: 22 August 2014

When a chill settles in the air inside, your first response is likely to turn up the thermostat. In most cases, this simple action triggers the furnace to produce more heat. However, most household furnaces are complex structures that are just as prone to failure as any other mechanical item. If your furnace isn't responding or doesn't seem to be producing the amount of heat you'd expect, do some troubleshooting on your own before you call an HVAC technician. [Read More]

Four Principal Considerations For Your Patio Door Design

Posted on: 22 August 2014

The front door of your home is perhaps the most important entryway into your home, but your patio door sees a lot of use too. You may have children who enjoy playing in the backyard, or you like to entertain guests on your patio. If you're replacing your home's old patio door, or getting one installed in a new home, you'll have a lot to think about. Ease of access, security, and space requirements are just a few things you'll need to consider when purchasing a new patio door. [Read More]

Building A Patio With The Pavers Portland OR Has

Posted on: 10 January 2014

A bare cement pad only has so much charm. In fact, there are those who would say that a bare, gray cement pad has no charm. Still, it is easy to pour a pad for a patio using cement. You need to make sure that you make the right measurements, that you build your forms properly, and that you call in for the right amount of cement. Once you pour the cement into your forms, you have to move quickly in order to shape your cement properly before it sets up. [Read More]

Working On Plumbing In Denver

Posted on: 9 January 2014

Denver has a long history for a Western state. Sure it doesn't have houses dating back four-hundred years, but it does have homes that are more than a century old. While these homes are beautiful relics of a bygone age, they also contain workmanship that is sometimes outdated. There are those who like to live in these homes because they serve as a link to our country's past. It is important to remember that you don't have to preserve a house exactly as it was a century ago in order to maintain its link to the past. [Read More]