Bible Hill (Claremont, NH)
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 0
Life Expectancies of Plumbing Outside Components Across America an NH, I know that many of the folks do wonder just how long their home's plumbing components and different components which are located around the outside areas of the home.    Plumbing   Plastic (PVC) Pipe is kind of unknown. Copper Pipe 70+ years. Cast Iron Pipe 50 to 90 years. Lead Pipe 50 to 70 years. Septic System Field Tiles 25 to 30 years. Water Heater 8 to 15 years.   Some of the different Outside Components   Asphalt Driveway 5 to 10 years. Wooden Deck 10 to 15 years. Exterior Doors 12 to 15 years. Garage Door Opener 8 to 12 years, usually.   Happiness sure is Homemade Have a good one Dale in New Hampshire   Folks I sure do want to say Thank you mighty kindly for stopping by to visit, read and leaving a comment on...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 5
First Time Home Buyers Claw Hammer Across America an New Hampshire, folks not only will a claw hammer come in hand with home maintenance, you just might come up with some different projects around your new home which you'll want to use a claw hammer to do them.   If you do not already have a claw hammer to bring to your new home. Then after you have closed and moved into that mighty fine home, you'll sure want to buy one to have.   Folks having a good hammer sure is one of the most important tools you can own. Use it to drive and remove nails, to pry wood loose from the house, and in combination with other tools. They come in a variety of sizes, although you'll find that a 16-ounce hammer is the best all-purpose choice for you to own.   Below are thirteen links which will take you on jo...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 12
Energy Efficiency to Yesteryear's Home Across America an New Hampshire, there sure are a whole lot of myths out there to do with Energy Efficiency of homes.   A specially when it comes to how much insulation folks should use to help Yesteryear's Homes to be wram, cosy and to save money on the use of Energy.   Folks this here sure is a myth: You can never add to much Insulation.   Folks the fact is that there is an actual optimal amount of insulation that can be added in any given situation. Factors you need to consider include the available space. Do you remember the phrase, To much of a good thing? can hold true, when it comes to insulating. Adding to much insulation, especially when you pack it into to small of a space sure can end-up being a waste of your money, and not improve the e...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 3
Energy Efficiency Hot Water Tank Across America an New Hampshire, folks have you ever wondered if a Hot Water Tank really does need a blanket wrapped around it, in-order for it to be Energy Efficient?   The myth: installing an extra Insulation Blanket on your Hot Water Tank save energy plus will keep money in your pock.     Folks the fact: it might but you should check with the manufature of the tank first before adding a insulation blanket. The idea of adding extra insulation to a home's Hot Water Tank came about from the responses to the Energy crisis back in the 1970's. Back then hot water tanks sure were not much more than a steel tank with very little insulation. So it did make sense to add insulation to the hot water tanks of that time period.     Modern units of the last 18 years...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 5
Energy Efficiency Brick and Stone Homes Across America & New Hampshire, there are some many myths runing all aroung when it comes to some kinds of homes which have better Energy Efficiency than other. So folks has anyone toll you the following?   Myth: Brick and Stone Homes are more Energy Efficient than a typical Wood Frame Homes.     Folks the fact is the vast majority of Brick and Stone Homes now a days are actually just a veneer over a wood frame. While more durable than other forms of exterior cladding they offer no efficiency advantage in terms of a home's energy use. For practical purposes the walls of a modern home clad in masonry have to be insulated the same as a frame building sided with wood or vinyl.   Have a good one Dale in New Hampshire   Thank you mighty kindly for stop...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 4
Home Buyers all Across America an the State of New Hampshire, folks you sure do need to take the time to learn just as much about the home market in your area and the areas which you are looking to buy a home in as you can!       When you are 100% ready to make an offer on the home you have pick and want to buy, you sure want to do some advance preparation.       You want to gather just as much information as you can about the home, the neighborhood it's in, and about the seller of the home. This information will help you with negotiating the price of the home. It's especially helpful to you to find out why the seller is selling the home. Does the seller have to sale. Is he or she moving out of town, or maybe they have suffered some financial setback, or does the seller want to sale for...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Comments 8
Timber Rattlers are an Endangered Snake Species here in New Hampshire, I have had many folks ask me if there were Timber Rattlers here, because of the Mountains and Wooded areas here in New Hampshire. The folks which are planing on, looking at Relocating to the area or will be going to just visit the State of New Hampshire, you'll sure want to understand about the law to do with the Timber Rattlers. Will folks you sure don't want to get me worn at all, for I'm sure not at all a Venomous Snake lover. Reckon we need to look out for all Endangered Species, even the Timber Rattlers.           I will say this, as long as Timber Rattlers stays clear of me, I sure won't go out of my way looking to mess with them. But if one dose end up going to strike at me, I will blow its head off with my 44...
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