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#HoustonStrong All Year Long

by vscontent on November 16, 2017

Are you feeling #HoustonStrong? For many, the holidays in Houston will not be the same this year. Our community has done a tremendous job in rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey, but the work is not done. There are still thousands of people and families without a home or food for the holidays – let alone gifts […]

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Tankless Water Heater: Is It Right for You? The Pros and Cons

by vscontent on November 10, 2017

In the market for a new water heater? Whether you’re replacing an old one or in the process of new construction, consider which type will be best for you and your family: a traditional water heater or a tankless water heater. A traditional water heater stores and preheats 30-50 gallons of water in a tank. […]

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Thanksgiving Fire Safety Tips for the Houston Home

by vscontent on November 3, 2017

Thanksgiving in Houston means large family gatherings, deep fried turkey, and every stove burner and inch of oven in use. Kitchens around the city will see more action on this single day than they do all year. They are packed with food, relatives, children and pets. With all the distractions, it’s no surprise that Thanksgiving […]

10 Signs You May Have a Leak in Your Home

by vscontent on October 26, 2017

Left undetected, a water leak can be a homeowner’s worst nightmare. Even the smallest leaks can account for a significant amount of water waste. Whether it is a dripping faucet, a toilet that won’t stop running or lower than normal water pressure, if you suspect a water leak in your home, address it as soon […]

A Healthy Fall IAQ

by admin on October 20, 2017

The staff of Universal Home Experts are big proponents of healthy indoor air quality (IAQ). Keeping the air in your home free from dust and allergens is important for the health and wellbeing of your household. Houston is ranked one of the most polluted cities in the United States. This fact, coupled with our year-round […]

10 Solutions for Alleviating Allergies Through Your HVAC

by admin on October 13, 2017

The fall allergy season is upon us. The high humidity and excess moisture from Harvey has left the Houston area with the perfect breeding ground for spores, mold and new growth to pollenate. For allergy sufferers, these triggers can seem inescapable. But they don’t have to be! Use these 10 simple solutions for your HVAC […]

Help Your Neighbor: Halloween Events to Benefit Hurricane Harvey Victims

by admin on October 6, 2017

While Hurricane Harvey may have passed, the damage has not. The community of Houston is continuing its efforts this Halloween through local festive fundraisers. Each of these events allows participants to celebrate the community and help with Harvey relief efforts. Charities are offering fun events for all ages. If you are in the Halloween spirit […]

Plumbing Damage After a Flood

by admin on September 28, 2017

    A serious flood can damage a home in significant ways. Depending on various factors, the foundation, windows and doors, framing, insulation and electrical system can be compromised if not completely destroyed. However, the one component of a home that rarely gets mentioned when discussing flood damage is the plumbing system. This might be […]

Indoor Plant Week

by admin on September 21, 2017

This week we celebrate National Indoor Plant Week, established to increase public awareness on the benefits of keeping plants inside the home. In addition to helping clean the air, studies have also shown that plants positively affect both the psychological and physical health of a household. The fall is an ideal time to incorporate plants […]

Post Hurricane Safety

by admin on September 14, 2017

While the national news focuses on Hurricanes Irma and Jose, the Harvey victims in Texas continue their recovery efforts. In most cases, the destruction of a hurricane is only the beginning of the story for those impacted. People who have returned to their homes can face innumerable challenges and dangers – especially if their home […]

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