Plumbing Maintenance and Repair in Your Rental Property: Who is Responsible for What?

A home’s plumbing is vital to the comfort of the people who live in the property. But plumbing often malfunctions and needs maintenance and repair. When this happens and the property is a rental, who is responsible for fixing the plumbing systems? Is it the property owner or the tenants who live in it? This …

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Winterizing Your Home

Regardless of what this moody Georgia weather seems to show, there are still 3-4 months of ‘winter” left! Have you winterized your home yet? If you are flying further south for the winter, the steps to take in winterizing your vacant home differs slightly from the steps you’d take to winterize your occupied home. This …

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Toy Stuck in the Toilet?

For anyone that has kids, we all know that children are fascinated by the toilet. Whether it’s the sound of the flush, the fact that the water goes down in circles, or that when you put something in there and flush, it disappears. It actually is pretty cool if you think about it, but what …

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What’s a Sump Pump?

You may have heard of the term “sump pump” and thought it was just a funny rhyme, but it’s actually a very useful tool that many homeowners living in rainstorm-prone areas use at least once a season. Basically, a sump pump minimizes water damage to your home by keeping water out of places that it …

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How to Pet-Proof Your Plumbing

Tons of Americans have pets in their homes, and though we love our furry friends, they can sometimes place a unique strain on certain areas of the household, including plumbing. Here are some tips to keep both your plumbing and your pets safe and happy. Is it bath time? Use drain stoppers in your tub …

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