Soutions for your home

Floorco, Inc.

Floorco, Inc.

Floorco, Inc., direct to the trade, sells a wide variety of flooring products at wholesale prices to professionals & tradespeople in the building and real estate industries. There are three showrooms in the metro NOLA area.

Floorco, Inc.

Covington, LA (985) 257-4348 | New Orleans, LA (504) 800-8737

GEI

Electrician - New Construction, Additions, and Renovations

GEI

(985) 845-8056

GT Tint, Inc

GT Tint, Inc

From residential to commercial to automotive tinting needs, GT Tint provides expert sales and installation of the largest selection of window films and other high quality protective products.

GT Tint, Inc

(985) 727-3520

[email protected]

The Richlyn Group

The Richlyn Group

As a third-generation builder, we have established an outstanding reputation in St. Tammany Parish. We work closely with our clients, checking every detail to ensure complete satisfaction. Please contact us for a list of references for our professional maintenance and building services today. Window replacement is also one of our specialties!

The Richlyn Group

(985) 520-1823

[email protected]

Pinnacle Home Designs

Pinnacle Home Designs

Pinnacle Home Designs specializes in French Country and Acadian Cottage design, focusing on delivering beautiful plans to clients that also meet the criteria of the new Louisiana building code.

Pinnacle Home Designs

(985) 893-7860

Southern Country Designs

Southern Country Designs

Heath Munch, owner, of Southern Country Designs, Inc has been in the business since 1995. He has numerous stock plans available but he specializes in custom-designing the home you are best suitable for.

Southern Country Designs

(985) 624-8390

Pure Drainage LLC

Pure Drainage LLC

Contact Keith Morel at Pure Drainage to remove excess water in your lawn, gardens, and yards. Subsurface drainage helps to prevent erosion around your home or business. Subsurface drainage, Installation of sump pumps, and French drains.

Pure Drainage LLC

504-638-0717

[email protected]

Taylor-Seidanbach, Inc

Taylor-Seidanbach, Inc

Taylor-Seidenbach, Inc. is also a Wholesale-Distributor to the HVAC industry stocking over 2000 different items including registers and grilles, fire and fire/smoke dampers, flat sheet metal and sheet metal items, fiberglass ductboards, liners and wraps.

Taylor-Seidanbach, Inc

(504) 486-7474

[email protected]

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Leaky Ducts….what’s it costing you?

According to the national Department of Energy, “Typical duct systems lose 25 to 40 percent of the heating or cooling energy put out by the central furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner. Homes with ducts in a protected area such as a basement or dropped ceilings may lose somewhat less than this, while some other types of systems (such as ducts in attics or underneath raised homes in our hot, humid climates) often lose more.”

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Domestic Water Heater Maintenance

Performing regular maintenance on your storage tank water heater can increase the useful life and efficiency of a water heater. The high operating temperature of water heaters encourages the precipitation of calcium carbonate, which settles and builds in the bottom of the tank.

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Solar Guide by LSU AgCenter

Are you thinking about adding a solar energy system to your home to generate electricity? If so, this consumer guide will help you explore various options, ask important questions and make a well-informed decision.

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Insulating Raised Floors in Hot, Humid Climates

Do you live in south Louisiana and have a raised home?

LSU AgCenter offers the summary of a study of the subfloor moisture levels of south Louisiana, raised-foundation homes with six different insulation systems includes the resulting recommendations – all intended to help homeowners, builders, architects, insulation contractors, home inspectors and others balance energy efficiency, comfort and durability issues.

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Thermostat ON or AUTO?

Ever walked into your home and it feels like someone just took a shower? The air is heavy and muggy…

If so, then you know the first thing you do is quickly google the number of your local AC repair company. Of course, your next thought, “Please don’t let this be an major expensive fix”.

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Bleach does NOT kill MOLD!

A well-known expert in our area, when interviewed on a local New Orleans radio station, recently said, “When you have a mold problem, simply wash down the affected area with diluted bleach.”

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Insulation for Walls & Attic

The best insulation to use for hot humid climates is open cell spray-in foam insulation. This foam seals all air leaks and insulates very well in the walls and at the roofline.

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Chimney Safety and Building a Fire Tips

Building a fire properly keeps your chimney “healthy” by reducing the amount of creosote buildup. It also ensures that your marshmallows come out “toasted” instead of “hickory flavored” – a good fire has minimum smoke and maximum warmth. Here are some recommendations on how to get that done:

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Keeping It Real…I mean WARM!

As we begin heading into the colder season of the year, it is a great time to review the list of things to be done to get your heating system ready to perform at its best. A few tips to stay safe and get the most out of your heating system:

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Tankless Water Heater

You have a new tankless on-demand water heater and you love the fact that it provides endless amounts of hot water (which is nice when you have a teenager in the house). Then the thought hits you… “How do I maintain this water heater? It doesn’t have a tank to flush out. It’s doesn’t have an anode rod. Is this going to require a call to the plumber?”

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NORMI FLOOD RESOURCES

Doug Hoffman, Executive Director of NORMI, offers important advice, tips and guidance for those affected by flooding.

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Well Water Safety

What Private Water Well Owners Should Know to Protect Their Families: Private Well Water FACTS

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) has developed a brochure which includes information on how to prevent the contamination of your private well, and the importance of getting your well inspected, tested for bacteria or chemicals that can cause disease, and disinfected after major hurricanes and floods.

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