Slab Leaks: Why Detection Is so Important

A slab leak represents a serious problem for your home or office, but these leaks often go undetected until they become full-blown plumbing emergencies. This is exactly why scheduling slab-leak detection is so important. If you wait until a slab leak becomes noticeable, you’re going to have a serious problem on your hands. Familiarize yourself […]

Yearly Maintenance Can Help Prevent Dangerous Gas Line leaks

Gas lines are the power source that fuels many home appliances, including kitchen appliances, water heaters, and home heating units. If you use gas in your home, it’s important to know that gas leaks happen and that they are often very dangerous. When it comes to gas leaks – and other plumbing issues – regularly […]

Tips for Wiring a Security System for your Home

A security system can be a great system to have for the home. Not only can you be alerted when someone is near your home, but a security system can record and stream video so that you’re able to check in on your home, and the people who may be inside, while you are away. […]

6 CO Detector Quick Tips For Homeowners

Each of us has five senses. Touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell. Now most things in life touch on at least one of these five senses but there is one thing that your senses can’t pick on and that’s carbon monoxide. You can’t taste it, smell it or see it and it is powerful. In […]

7 Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips For Minnesota Homeowners

Carbon Monoxide in homes is a deceptively dangerous problem. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it. So how do you if you have a Carbon Monoxide problem? You might start feeling nauseous, start getting headaches or just start feeling uncomfortable then blame it on a flu. But Carbon Monoxide is serious business and […]

How To Protect Your Home From Flooding During The Stormy Season

Your house is a very large investment, so doesn’t it make sense that you would want to protect it during the stormy season? Most home owners have a primary sump pump to protect them from flooding, which is good, but what happens if that fails, the power goes out or the float switch gets stuck? […]