How much does it cost to install a chimney cap?
A chimney cap installation typically costs between $35 and $550. The average cost is about $300, most of which is attributed to the materials used. You'll pay anywhere from an additional $100 to $200 for professional installation services. Keep in mind that you have an open hole at the top of your flue without a chimney cap.
How can I decide if my appliance is worth repairing?
You can rely on your Home Alliance technician to provide their honest professional opinion as to the wisdom of repairing versus replacing your aging or severely damaged appliance. They will give you an estimate for the repair as well as their opinion on the overall condition of the appliance and how much longer you can expect it to last if you make the repair. This will help you make an informed decision about getting your appliance repair
How much does it cost to replace a tensioner pulley?
It will cost $125 to $380 to replace your pulley. The labor should cost $45 to $155, and the parts should cost $85 to $225.
How many hours does a 5000 mAh battery last?
A 5000 milliamp-hour (mAh) battery is expected to provide power for one and a half days with moderate use.
Do I really need an anti-scald valve? Do that many injuries actually happen?
Yes! Hot water scalds account for 20% of burns and more than 2,000 American children are treated each year for scalds. Anti-scaled valves are so important that most U.S. states mandate some form of them in building codes.
Is there a tax credit for a whole-house generator?
Any time you install new electrical equipment or fixtures in your home, you’re having an electrical installation done. Electrical installation is common for older homes, as they typically need extra fixtures to accommodate modern electrical demands (modern homes require more than one outlet per room). Electrical installation is also common for homeowners who want to make updates, from getting a new TV to rewiring circuits. Arnold Electric’s electrical installation services include but are not limited to: Dimmer Switches Ceiling Fans Flat TV Outlets Car Chargers Kitchen appliance cords and hookups Kitchen rewiring and circuiting Adding new circuits and breakers Garage power underground Residential lighting Home backup generators Surge protection Breaker panels Utility meters Finished basement wiring
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