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Replace Your Washing Machine Hoses

Time: 30 minutes While convenient, your washer is one of the greatest flood hazards in your home. If your washer has rubber hoses, you should plan to swap them out

by Super team| 17 August 2017

How to Clean Your Shower Head

Time: 5-20 mins Your tap water contains all sorts of microscopic elements and, over time, mineral deposits can build up and clog the small holes in your shower head. The

by Super team| 09 August 2017

How to Remove Rust From Your Fixtures

Time: 15-60 minutes Most homes have at least a few metal parts that are subject to rust over time. Rust occurs when ferrous — that is, iron-based — metals become oxidized and

by Super team| 03 August 2017

How to Inspect Your Water Pressure

Time: 1 day There's nothing worse than coming home after a long day to a shower that barely puts out enough water to lather up. Your home's water pressure is

by Super team| 20 July 2017

Pest Control Tips for the Summer

Time: 1 day There's nothing like hot summer days to bring out unwanted pests such as mosquitoes, ants, flies, and gnats. Most insects hibernate or are otherwise dormant during the

by Super team| 13 July 2017

Quick Indoor Fixes for Summer

Time: 5-10 minutes each During the dog days of summer, high heat and humidity might have you looking for an excuse to stay inside your air conditioned house. Keep cool

by Super team| 06 July 2017

Quick Outdoor Fixes for Summer

Time: 5-10 minutes each Summer is finally here, and that means you'll be spending more time outdoors with family and friends. Make sure your property is ready by completing these

by Super team| 29 June 2017

Inspect Your Garage Door for Safety

Time: 30 minutes You hit the button, the door goes up, and you’re onto the next activity. Most of the time, we don’t give our garage door a

by Super team| 22 June 2017

Are You Using Too Much Detergent?

Time: 5 minutes Got suds? Using too much soap is one of the leading causes of washing machine breakdowns. Front load machines only require 1-2 tablespoons of detergent per load,

by Super team| 15 June 2017