The GFCIs In Your Home

In 1975, Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) became a standard part of the National Electric Code. GFCIs are an important and potentially lifesaving part of your home's electrical system. The way they work is that they constantly monitor the electrical current...

Taking Good Care Of Appliances

Most people would find it incredibly challenging to go one day without using electronic appliances in some way. We rely on appliances for a lot of different things, from keeping our food fresh to cleaning our clothes. Like most things in your home, though, if used...

Lawnmowing Considerations

When it comes to mowing your lawn, there are a number of considerations that a homeowner should think about before revving up the lawnmower, if you want to have the best-looking lawn that is possible for you to achieve. How often you cut the grass and how short you...

Cool Roof, Cool Home

"Keep it cool" is some good advice for many situations in life. Strangely enough, it's also a good idea when it comes to roofing your house. In fact, in building technologies, there is a methodology for roofing called "cool roof" technology. In simple terms, it's...

Green Isn’t Always Good

Typically, the idea of a building material being "green" means that it's an eco-friendly material designed to be good for the earth. This is almost always a great thing! However, there's a certain type of building material called "green lumber" that is called that way...

Should You Move Into a Smaller Space?

Whether out of preference or necessity, the trend for most people's living arrangements seems to be going smaller. This seems to be the case even though tiny homes are not as popular as they were just a few years ago. What about you? Have you thought about moving into...

A Barrier Against Moisture

Vapor barriers are a common element in modern buildings that are used to control moisture permeation. Vapor barriers come in a lot of different materials as either a membrane or a coating. They can be as thin as a layer of paint, and as thick as concrete blocks or...

Protecting Your Electronics

If you've ever had the painful experience of watching your very expensive entertainment center start crackling and smoking, you know very well the importance of using a surge protector. Surge protectors can help to prevent significant damage to electronic devices due...

Water Heaters – Going Tankless

As mentioned in our last post, we're discussing the topic of water heaters this month. In this post, we're going to talk about the pros and cons of switching to a tankless water heater, which is a relatively more recent technology, at least compared to your standard...

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