The rain might not be the only water you are hearing today! We often find plumbing leaks in crawl spaces, which is why we crawl under houses whenever possible. If your home is old enough to have a crawl space, odds are good you need to check your pipes for leaks and other issues.
As always, give us a call or send us a message if you have any questions or concerns!
Continuing our look at shut offs with this week's video. Check it out!
Don't get caught unaware, check out our new video on water shutoffs!
One of the ways we check for gas leaks is to apply a little soapy water to the pipes. If bubbles form, then you've got a problem!
Home owner said that the ceiling fixture had a dusty smell when they turned the fan on at night, similar to the first time a heater is run for the season. Went to replace a bulb, and found this. That’s one burned out bulb, and almost burned up! Beautiful and scary all at the same time! 😳
We hypothesize that the broken filaments were burning every time the light was on, creating the swirling pattern of smoke on the glass. Then the fan pushed that smell down when it was turned on. Glad an open fire never started!
Check out this week's video! Gabe shares some helpful ladder tips, Erin covers the safety statements. Teamwork is the best!
With the possibility of severe weather, we thought now would be a great time to share some info about supplies and prepping your shelter (and family) for storm safety. Enjoy!
Similar to Facebook, only useful
This is a great place to find interesting pictures, quick little notes, and funny memes. Just like posts you would expect to find on social media. Only these posts are searchable by categories, making this page significantly more useful for reference during a project. Or, just if you don't want to get sucked into the never-ending time-sucking vacuum of the Book of Face. Whichever.
Of course, you can get updates by following us on Facebook too. If you are "in" to that sort of thing.