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Things You Must Know About Appliance Insurance

The first thing you must understand is that your homeowner’s insurance will only cover damage that your home sustains from natural disaster and theft. To cover your appliances, electrical system, or plumbing system breaking down or malfunctioning, you need to obtain a separate policy of insurance for household appliances. ..

How Do I Schedule Routine Home Maintenance?

There is more to owning a home than the financial responsibility. The routine home maintenance is another responsibility and it is a big one because it protects the financial investment you have made in buying a home...

Liquid Drain & Septic Tank Home Maintenance Tips

Your home is a valuable asset and so the components within your home are important to you, including the sewage system. The average home today has 3 occupants sharing two baths, producing more than 85,000 gallons of wastewater each year...

How do I change my HVAC filters?

Homeownership is exciting and comes with maintenance responsibilities, like cleaning gutters, mowing the lawn, and cleaning or change HVAC filter. The later is what we are going to discuss here today...

Best Tips for Home Warranty in Nevada

 The first tip we can offer is if you have a new-built home, you should have coverage with the builder. Before buying into a home warranty in Nevada, verify with the builder of your home what components of your home are covered by their warranty...

How to Decide When to Replace a Refrigerator

In just about any home, the refrigerator and important key appliance, second only to the plumbing system. This item is in operation 24/7/365, even when you’re not home, it is working. The average refrigerator will last ten to twenty years but could need repairs during that time at 8 to 15 years...

Who Pays for Home Warranty Buyer or Seller?

When deciding who pays for home warranty plans in the sale of a house, there are several different factors taken into consideration. Each home sale differs, and the prevailing practice may vary depending on the area as well...