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Water Heater Strapping
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The Uniform Plumbing Code has required seismic safety straps to be in place for most water heaters since 1982. The goal for doing so is to protect against fire, explosion of the unit, or water damage which could occur if the water heater should fall over due to an earthquake.
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Last Updated on Friday, 11 October 2013 07:27
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What Hidden Hazards Could Be Lurking In Your Attic
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During the 1980's housing boom, horizontal furnaces were widely installed in homes. These units seemed a wise choice for builders at the time, as they were cost effective and were easily installed into attic spaces. The H-Series by Consolidated Industries, which was marketed under the Premier label, is one of the most commonly selected and is installed in thousands of homes throughout the southwestern United States. Other companies also sold furnaces built by Consolidated Industries, but under their own label.
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Last Updated on Sunday, 11 August 2013 13:39
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Window Bars
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Window bars are not as popular as they used to be, but are still used as a means of home security. Often referred to as "burglar bars" they can be both helpful and problematic. Consumers need to consider both the pros and cons prior to having window bars installed on the home.
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Last Updated on Sunday, 11 August 2013 13:43
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