How The Flame Sensor In Your Furnace Is Repaired When It's Dirty Or Broken

The flame sensor in your furnace has an important job. It keeps gas from building up when the burner isn't working. Its purpose is to sense flames when the furnace kicks on. If it doesn't, it turns your furnace off so gas doesn't keep escaping into the furnace and into the room. Sometimes, the flame sensor can go bad. It's a fairly common furnace problem that requires repairs or your furnace may not heat your home. [Read More]

How You Can Keep The Drains In Your House Clean And Free Of Clogs

If you want to do all that you can in order to prevent the drains in your house from becoming clogged or excessively dirty and smelly, you will want to make use of the following tips. After all, a few preventative measures can really go a long way. Clean Out Your Sink's Garbage Disposal Just because the garbage disposal is supposed to grind up any foods put into it does not mean that there cannot be a build up of old food and grime. [Read More]

How To Find Toilet Leaks

A toilet leak may not seem like a big issue until you get your water bill, or you notice damaged flooring. Other signs of leaky toilet include having to hold the handle down or toilets that flush by themselves.  However, some leaks are not always noticeable, and it seems like you have to play detective to find them. It is still easy to find toilet leaks by following these tips. [Read More]

Three Kitchen Remodels That Will Make You A Better Cook

If a kitchen remodel is in the cards for your home, consider the following three upgrades—they'll increase the overall value of your home as well as make you a better cook.  Marble Countertops  Marble countertops are one of the best features a home baker can have. Dough doesn't stick to marble surfaces, and because marble doesn't absorb atmospheric heat, it is particularly suitable for working with dough that contains leavening agents such as baking powder and yeast. [Read More]