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Finding a Plumber You Can Trust

If you've ever needed the services of a professional plumber you understand how important it is to hire a plumber who is professional and can do the job right the first time. When plumbing jobs are needed they are by their very nature an emergency, so you don't have time to interview plumbers or take bids on the job. What is far more important is to have the name and phone number on hand of a plumber you know you can trust.

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Bathroom Remodeling Projects

If you've ever wished you had a nicer bathroom than you currently have, you're not alone. It doesn't matter whether you live in the charm of an older home or the luxury of a brand new house, there are always upgrades to be made and compromises which had to be made due to design efficiency and budget. Fortunately, bathroom remodeling projects are a common improvement every contractor conducts regularly, so it a feasible task to take on to improve your daily life by making the room much nicer and more pleasant to use when bathing and preparing for your day.

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Why the Kitchen Work Triangle Is Important to Your Kitchen Remodel

Your kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home. If you are like most households, your kitchen is a place for you and your family to bond. It’s also a place where you put in a lot of hard work, preparing healthy meals your family will enjoy. With your kitchen seeing the most traffic in your home, incorporating the kitchen work triangle will help improve your efficiency while working.

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How to Save Money on Your Bathroom Remodel

With the New Year upon us, you may be looking for a new look for your home. One of the best places to complete a remodel is your bathroom. Bathroom remodels help you relax while you are in the bathroom by bringing a new look to your space. Additionally, remodeling your bathroom can help improve the value of your home. If you are getting a bathroom remodel in Minneapolis, the following tips will help you save money on your new look.

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3 Signs Your Boiler Needs Replacing

As the weather gets colder, it’s important that you ensure your boiler or furnace is working properly. A reliable source of heat for your family, your boiler can effectively heat your entire home efficiently. Unfortunately, boilers don’t last forever. Since boilers have limited life spans, assessing your system will help you avoid being without heat. The following are three signs your boiler or furnace may need replacing.

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Go Tankless This Summer!

Spring is approaching and it is time for you to begin your to-do list around your home. With increasing costs of energy, projects that improve your energy efficiency and save you money, are no doubt at the top of your list. One of the most cost effective projects that start saving you money from day one is installing a tankless water heater. 

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Bathroom Remodeling Problems To Avoid

Although bathroom remodels are popular and worth the investment, if you do not plan and execute the renovation properly, it easily turns into a headache for your entire family. The following are a few things you should avoid in order to make the process quick and worthwhile.

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How To Prepare Your Water Heater For Winter

Don't catch yourself without hot water this winter. Instead, prepare your unit for cold temperatures with these four tips.

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Garbage Disposal Install and Repair

Like every mechanical object moving parts wear out. Using a plumber in Minneapolis for garbage disposal repair can help prolong its life. On the other hand, new garbage disposals have a lot more features. A good reason to replace your disposal would be to upgrade to an Energy Star model. Disposal that are in good repair help to keep your homes plumbing clear. A disposal that is not working properly does not grind up food-debris into small enough pieces that allow water to easily transport those pieces to the sewer. Anything that sits in your line can begin to smell and potentially lead to a clog. 

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