Radon is a toxic gas that is odorless and colorless so you will not be able to see or smell it in your home. It is also impossible to gauge how much radon you have in your house without proper testing or until somebody develops some breathing problem in the household. It’s recommended that you hire a mitigation service like http://radonmitigationandtest.com so that they can help you to understand radon and take actions accordingly. Here are some more facts on radon.
Carpenter ants can be just as destructive as termites. They do not eat the wood, but instead burrow through it and use it for laying eggs. There is a ton of additional information available by the infographic provider at The Exterminators.
Water heaters. We all can’t live without them, but we seldom think of them unless they stop working. We use hot water to cook, clean, bathe, etc. We definitely take it for granted. Did you know there are two different types of water heaters? There are the traditional tank water heaters and the newer style “tankless” water heaters. Tank water heaters store many gallons of water at a time and keep it heated all the time, but use too much and it runs out leading to cold showers. Tankless water heaters never run out of hot water because they heat the water on the fly as it is being used, but there is a limit to how much volume they can heat at a time. Read through this infographic provided by Professional Warranty Service Corp. and be educated on the differences, pros and cons of each type.
The real estate market is hot again. Home prices are on the increase again. Are you wondering about what is happening with the home building trends at this point in 2017? Check out this infographic provided by Professional Warranty Service Corp. and see where everything stands. Don’t go into the home buying market without reviewing the information below.
Home buying. So many questions and potential problems. Home buyers need to know what they should be doing, what they should be looking for, and how to avoid most problems after they move into their new homes. Don’t let common mistakes by home buyers make you another home buying victim. This infographic discusses what you should be doing and looking for in a new home walk-through. You need to be aware of which parts of the home may be covered by warranty, and how to get a warranty if you’re not offered one with the purchase. Provided by Professional Warranty Service Corp.
The science of homebuilding continues to advance in extraordinary ways. The benefits to both builders and homeowners are numerous and include: solutions to high energy costs, a growing homebuilding industry, reducing construction waste, and much more. Read through this infographic for additional information and details. Provided by Professional Warranty Services Corp.