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2
Nov

Changes in the Tax Code Now Include HVAC Systems, Benefit Business Owners

Thanks to changes in Section 179 of the tax code, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, purchasing an HVAC system (new or used) can mean a sizable tax deduction to business property owners.   The way it was Prior to the changes enacted by Congress last December, HVAC equipment was excluded from the Section 179 deduction. It was

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29
Mar

3 Common Causes of Low Water Pressure

When it comes to your home’s water pressure, there are various signs that can indicate something is wrong. If the water from your sink or shower starts to trickle when you turn it on, or the washing machine takes an abnormally long time to fill up, your home’s water pressure may be too low. Even if you hear an unusual

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28
Mar

How To Purify Your Tap Water

Have you ever gone to to your sink to get a glass of water, and notice specks floating around in your glass? Gross! Not only is this upsetting, but it can also threaten your health. If you are experiencing this problem, then you should take immediate action to determine the cause of this debris and prevent impurities from contaminating your

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28
Mar

5 Common Plumbing Mistakes Homeowners Make

When plumbing problems arise, many homeowners prefer to try to tackle them on their own. Thanks to the online help guides and blogs, many homeowners are able to pick up plumbing skills and tackle their home projects themselves. Despite this, it’s important to recognize which jobs you can address, and which jobs require a professional. Just because you have the

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28
Mar

Problems with Your Sewer Line? Schedule a Camera Inspection!

When it comes to household problems, your sewer line may be the worst repair you have to face. Your sewer system has a main outtake pipe, which is responsible for transporting any greywater or waste from your home to your city’s sewage system. If you ever have the misfortune of wastewater backing up into your household plumbing and fixtures, then

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27
Mar

Is My Tap Water Safe to Drink?

Generally speaking, the tap water in your home should be safe to drink. The water from your tap comes from your city’s municipal water supply, which is purified at a treatment plant to meet specific federal standards before being distributed to you. Despite this, your water supply can still become contaminated before it reaches you. It’s important to be aware

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27
Mar

DIY: Test and Improve Your Home’s Water Pressure

Maintaining proper water pressure is essential to the health and functionality of your home. If your water pressure is too low, you may notice that your sinks and showers take longer to put out a reasonable amount of water than they normally do. If the water pressure is too high, it can threaten the health of your pipes and appliances,

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23
Mar

Historic Homes: How Plumbing Can Cause Major Damage

When hunting for a new home, some homeowners look to purchase a historic home, enjoying the architecture and unique features that are uncommon to modern construction. While this process can be rewarding, there are some important factors to consider when buying a historic home. Such homes often have outdated plumbing, making them more prone to water damage and internal malfunctions.

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23
Mar

How to Properly Install a New Toilet

Installing a new toilet may seem like a daunting task. Fortunately, it’s something you can do yourself without needing professional assistance. This being said, if you don’t feel comfortable installing your own, make sure your contact a professional to help you. Many residents may only have to replace a toilet in their home just once, or not at all. Regardless,

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23
Mar

How Air Quality Testing for Mold Can Keep Your Family Safe

Indoor air quality (IAQ) can mean the difference between living in a Valley dream home or a haunted house. This is because, with Phoenix already contending with poor outdoor air quality, your home may harbor mold spores; effecting your indoor air. These mold spores can be extremely harmful and even fatal. Reliable air quality testing is needed to determine if,

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