How To Install A Programmable Thermostat

by Dave Logan   1. Pick a new thermostat that best fits your home. A programmable thermostat gives you the ability to set specific temperatures for specific times of the day. This allows you to not only have the freedom … Read More

Aluminum Wiring in your Home

By Specialized Electric   If you own a home that was built in the mid 1960’s to the early 1970’s, there is a chance that it has some aluminum wiring. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, research shows that … Read More

Go Green With Your Plumbing And Electrical

by John Ward   Applewood Plumbing Heating & Electric www.ApplewoodFixIt.com Most of us don’t think much about our plumbing or electrical systems when we think about “going green.” But, in fact, these two areas in a home can have lasting … Read More

Five Projects To Knock Out Before Winter

by Dave Logan   Let’s face it: winter isn’t the ideal time to take on home improvement projects. Sure, there are some indoor projects you can do, but it’s best to get the bulk of your projects done before the … Read More

Paint Your Garage Floor In Five Easy Steps

by Dave Logan   1. Ventilate. Painting your garage floor requires paints, epoxy, and cleaners that most certainly produce toxic fumes. Make sure your garage work area is very well ventilated and you won’t have any problems. Wearing protective eyewear, … Read More

Backflow Prevention

by John Ward   Homes are meant to keep our families safe, but unfortunately many things in our homes can malfunction make us sick or cause more serious harm. The water you use to bathe, drink and clean with can … Read More