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  • Holiday Home Safety Tips

    The winter holidays are a time for celebration, and that means more cooking, home decorating, entertaining, and an increased risk of fire and accidents.

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  • Hot Water Radiator for Apts and Condos

    Most of the condos in this area get their heat from the hot water that comes from the water heater. They do not use a ton of power which is good. Keep in mind that they will only get as hot as you have your water heater unit set for. I recommend having the unit checked once to twice per year.

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  • Air Gap Device Used At The Disposal?

    This was probably one of the strangest things that I have seen in quite a while. This renter used the Air Gap Device (which is suppose to be above the sink) to do two things under the sink.

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  • Worn Roofing Tiles

    I know that the majority of houses in this town do not have the asphalt roofing shingles. This is a very small indication of what long hanging tree limbs can do to the tiles. They wear on them and cause damage, enough to cause a roof leak. Even the concrete tile roofs are not exempt.

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  • Window Maintenance

    window maintenance las vegasThis will not be much fun! Clean windows both inside and out.

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  • Worn Stucco

    Q. Joan Asked - Some of my outside stucco by my front lawn looks worn and bad. How can I fix that?

    A. Joan. The worn marks on your stucco are most likely from your lawn sprinklers. The first thing is to either adjust them or buy the adjustable kind to prevent any further damage.

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  • TPR Valve Drain Line Installed Improperly!

    TPR Valve Drain Line Installed ImproperlyThe TPR Valve (Temperature, Pressure, Release) is there to prevent the water heating unit from exploding. The proper installation for the drain line is to be either level or downhill.

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  • Loose Roofing Tiles

    Loose Roofing TilesI notice this problem quite often. This is usually on a lower roof of a two story home where the lower roof meets the upper wall.

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  • Water Heater Flue Pipe Looks Like A Water Slide!

    Water Heater Flue Pipe Looks Like A Water SlideI could tell that this particular Water Heater was installed by the homeowner or a friend that thinks he's a handyman.The pipe that they used for the flue is way too long and is

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  • Dangerous Water Heater Flare Out!

    Dangerous Water Heater Flare OutThe Water Heater here was obviously an older unit and probably was ready for replacement.

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