New Shower Upgrades: 4 Ways To Prevent Excess Water From Escaping The Shower Area

Excess water in any home can create all types of problems. It can cause mold growth, floor damage, and safety issues when slippery conditions are formed. If you're planning a new shower upgrade, it's important to consider how to best contain the water within a shower area. By choosing a custom shower enclosure, you can create a shower that keeps the moisture inside and prevents water from getting into other areas of the bathroom. Read More 

How To Cut The Fat Out Of Your Plumbing System

You might think that your garbage disposal is the quickest way of getting rid of fatty scraps and old cooking oil. However, pouring old cooking oil and poultry fat down the drain can wreak havoc with your plumbing system. The following illustrates the damage it could cause and what you can do to prevent fat and oil clogs from happening in the first place. What Fats and Grease Can Do to Your Pipes Read More 

Locating Possible Causes Of High Humidity In The Home

If your home is extremely humid, then you probably see water condensing on your windows and forming on your cold drinks. You likely notice that your skin feels clammy and sweaty and wood floors appear more bowed than usual. The formation of mold and mildew and an increase in insect activity may tip you off that there is simply too much moisture in the air too. If you live in a humid area of the country like New Orleans, Jacksonville, Houston, Orlando, or Rochester, then you may need to invest in a whole house dehumidifier to take care of the moisture. Read More 

The Benefits Of Having A Natural Swimming Pool

Natural swimming pools look like beautiful, landscaped ponds but are really carefully created swimming environments. They have been popular in Europe for a while but are only just catching on as a trend in the United States. People love them not only because they look like idyllic nature preserves while still being completely clean and safe but because they are easy on the environment. They don't use all the traditional construction materials and harsh chemicals of regular swimming pools. Read More 

Wood Garage Door Problems: What To Do When Mice Keep Getting Into Your Garage

If mice keep getting into your garage, and you can't find any holes in the walls or ceiling, check your wood garage door for damaged weatherstripping and weakened wood. According to About Home, mice possess flexible bodies that allow them to access and enter quarter inch-sized gaps, holes and cracks with ease. Once they find an easy way inside the garage, mice will generally return until you close up the entrances or replace the door. Read More