Horizon RV Center

Horizon RV Center

5343 Mill Store RD.
Lake Park, GA 31636

Georgia and Florida’s RV Destination

Horizon RV Center is an RV dealership serving the Lake Park area. We know the kind of freedom and adventure you are looking for, so we are proud to carry a large selection of new and pre-owned RVs. Our friendly and experienced sales, financing, service, and parts departments are ready to offer outstanding service at every point, from assisting while you’re making your choice to ongoing maintenance and customization. At Horizon RV Center, we value the opportunity to create a long-term relationship with our customers, and we do that by making sure to exceed your expectations.

Dedicated To Helping You Live and Love RVing

Horizon RV Center is your family friendly Georgia RV dealer. Located in Lake Park, we’re conveniently situated to serve the RV needs of those living in Lake Park, Valdosta, and surrounding cities. We carry a great selection of both new RVs and used RVs for sale in Georgia at unbeatable prices. The owner of Horizon RV Center, BK Isen, started Horizon RV Center with the vision of creating an RV dealership that had a strong focus on its customers and the personal service it provides.

BK started working in the RV business straight out of college for Giant RV, helping them grow their business and multiple locations. After working for them for 15 years, he could see he wanted to start a smaller, friendlier RV dealership in Georgia with his number one focus being on customers. With over 30 years experience in the RV industry, BK has the knowledge and the customer focus that every customer is looking for when walking into an RV dealership.

Besides the exceptional customer services we also provide top quality pre-owned RVs at great prices. Stop in and check out the selection of RVs we carry. Our friendly staff is here to help you find the perfect RV for you and your family. Whether you live in Valdosta or Atlanta you’ll love the service and one-on-one attention you’ll receive when you visit our team at Horizon RV Center.

Contact Us

Call us at (229) 559-7924 or come by today and experience our superior service and selection! We look forward to serving you!

Universal Collision

Universal Collision

Caring for you, delivering excellence

As the most-trusted repair center in Tallahassee, Universal Collision is equipped to provide the highest quality repairs. Offering a state-of-the-art, insurance-approved space, Universal Collision offers a computerized paint-matching system, car rental, as well as a lifetime guarantee for all repairs. We at Universal Collision are determined to be the best in the collision repair industry.


West: 2751 West Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Parkway: 2345 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, FL 32301

East: 1627 Capital Circle

NE Tallahassee, FL 32308

Mathers Electric Co.

Mathers Electric Co.

4834 Corlett St.
Tallahassee, FL 32303
(850) 576-2342

Mathers Electric Co.

Mathers Electric Co., Inc. is an electrical contractor that is fully committed to giving our diverse Tallahassee clientele prompt, consistently top quality electrical work designed to meet and exceed industry standards for safety and efficiency, regardless of the size or scale of the electrical work you need done. Our personable team of fully licensed and insured in-house electricians are leading experts in residential and commercial electrical applications. Drawing on a wealth of experience and training in electrical work of all kinds, we are optimally positioned to give our Tallahassee clientele a more complete electrical service.

With our time-honored commitment to client care, the Mathers Electric Co., Inc. team acts quickly to put your mind at ease and give you electrical services that are completely adapted to meet your specific needs. We will work closely with you to give you a range of proven effective, up-to-date solutions to your home or business’ electrical requirements. And at Mathers Electric Co., Inc. we never cut corners in our endeavor to give you the very best and fully code-compliant electrical work possible.

In Tallahassee the Mathers Electric Co., Inc. team has built a strong reputation for timely, safe and reliable electrical solutions, designed and implemented with a view towards maximizing your home or business’ energy efficiency and bringing your Tallahassee home or business’ electrical grid fully up to code. What’s more, our expertise extends to cover a wide range of design options that will give you the freedom you need to customize your home or business’ electrical layout, in order to better suit the precise style and functionality that you’re looking for.

At Mathers Electric Co., Inc. our electricians are handpicked for their attention to detail, versatility, and ability to work in a wide variety of contexts. We combine experience and expertise in a wide range of commercial and residential electrical applications into an electrical service designed to maintain the highest safety standards and optimize your Tallahassee home or business’ electrical performance.

Fielder Tree Services

Fielder Tree Services

8511 Bull Headley Rd
Suite 400
Tallahassee, FL 32312
(850) 656-8737

Fielder Tree Services

Fielder and Associates is a Landscape Design and Build contractor, providing a wide array of landscape services. One of our main services has been correcting landscape drainage and erosion problems. A primary cause of these problems has always been too much shade from trees that caused turf decline and then the onset of erosion. The correction these problems has always involved tree pruning and tree removal. Most of this work was subcontracted to other tree services.

In summer of 2016 we opened Fielder Tree Service, LLC. The sole purpose was to continue to provide a high level of service to all our customers. This has meant a major investment in new people and new equipment.

Our new people – are experienced people, with extensive training. Our operations are fully insured and you may request proof of this insurance at any time. So, as a customer, you can feel safe and confident in our services.

Our website is full of tree maintenance information and we invite you to review these topics to learn more. The arboriculture business is evolving at a rapid pace.

The science behind this is driven by the importance of trees in our environment. The tools and equipment used are making the job easier, safer and more efficient.

And the risk and liability exposure of trees and the work is ever present.

As a consumer, you have many choices. But that in itself is problematic. Information overload only makes a wise choice even more difficult. Take a minute to read our section on “How to Hire a Tree Service Company.’ Another article, which was printed in the Tallahassee Democrat a few months ago was “Support Your Local Green Industry Professionals,” and offers some additional ideas.

Fielder Tree Service invites your call. You will find a friendly, knowledgeable staff that is customer service oriented and will perform quality work.

Top 10 Reasons to choose Fielder Tree Service

  1. Written estimates provided in 24 hours in most cases (Tallahassee area)
  2. Knowledgeable Arborist that takes time to listen and respond to your concerns
  3. Knowledgeable about both trees and the landscape and how each relates
  4. Not just tree removal – but a balanced assessment of tree risk and safety
  5. Arborist takes time to explain work options and how they will be performed
  6. Fielder Tree Service often recommends a customer to get a second opinion or second estimate to ensure customer confidence.
  7. Fielder Tree Service respects your property and will care for it
  8. Fielder Tree Service performs & completes most work in 3 to 5 days
  9. Fielder Tree Service sets a high standard – compared to other tree services
  10. And, when Fielder Tree Service makes a mistake – they own it and fix it!

We routinely donate to local charities and have had several plant donations and educational sessions within the Chiles High School community. We have donated either funds, time, or expertise to the following organizations just to name a few:

  • Fast Cars and Mason Jars for the “Treehouse” that shelters abused children
  • Local fund raisers via sponsoring golf tournaments
  • Big Bend Hospice
  • Maclay School Fundraisers
  • American Heart Association
  • Goodwood Museum
  • Cards for a Cure
  • Organization for Artificial reefs
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • Killearn Lakes elementary
  • Special Olympics
  • Run for Ansley
  • and many more.

The Pool Store

The Pool Store

3363 North Valdosta Rd
Valdosta, GA 31602
Phone: 229-247-6440
Fax: 229-247-6450

1616 Smith Avenue
Thomasville, GA 31792
Phone: 229-227-1194
Fax: 229-227-1196

  • Monday – Friday9:00AM – 6:00PM
  • Saturday9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Closed Sunday

At Your Service For All of Your Backyard Needs

Go beyond the basic pool deck and choose from a variety of special additions and products to complement your pool. One of our fine Dimension One spas/hot tubs, a Play Nation swing set, or Big Green Egg grills, Garden Leisure above ground pools, Seaside Casual or Breezesta recycled furniture can be the perfect finishing touch for your pool deck or backyard.

We have everything one could want to turn their backyard from plain to pradise! We’ll help you decide what kind of furniture to use to accent your pool deck and shady sitting area. We’ll show you signage to spice up your pool house or pool area. We have swing sets to make the time out of the pool just as fun as the time in.

Come by and see us for all of your pool supplies, furniture, accessories and much much more!

Dixon Pest Services

Dixon Pest Services

Corporate Office
P.O. Box 751
Thomasville, GA 31799

Tallahassee Office
505 East Tennessee St.
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Thomasville Office
1328 West Jackson St.
Thomasville, GA 31792

  • Same Day Service Available 
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Peace of Mind Protection since 1964

Dixon Pest Services is committed to providing all of our customers with superior-quality and superior-value, sustainable pest management services performed by ethical, diligent, knowledgeable, and properly equipped technicians utilizing the highest quality products.

We are very proud to be a locally-owned and operated family business. Founded in 1964, Dixon Pest Services has grown over the years to become one of the most respected and trusted providers of pest control services in Georgia.

With a staff of highly-trained and skilled registered technicians, our company provides a full range of residential and commercial pest control services.

For over 50 years, our business has been built on the philosophy of treating our customers as friends and neighbors, and we invite you to experience the Dixon pest control difference.

Residential Pest Management Services

Three very good reasons to trust your home to Dixon Pest Services:

Capable People
We are a full-service pest control provider staffed with registered and trained technicians.

Dependable Service and Quality Materials
Our customers’ peace of mind is our passion and number one priority. Doing what we say we will do, respecting our customers’ need for convenience and privacy, and using only the highest quality materials have earned Dixon Pest Services customer satisfaction ratings that are second to none in this region.

The Dixon Difference
When your family’s name is on the line on every job, you naturally try harder. So, our promise to you is to strive always to protect your home and reward your trust. Your peace of mind is our mission every day.

Commercial Pest Management Services

Privately-owned and operated for over 50 years, Dixon Pest Services is a leading provider of full commercial pest prevention services and industry consultation support. Our commitment to environmentally responsible and ecologically sensitive commercial pest prevention has earned us special recognition within the pest control industry and many satisfied clients.

Customized Services
We customize our pest prevention services to meet the unique needs of your property, your commercial operation, and your industry. Our commercial pest services meet rigorous Food Safety Auditing Standards and protect a broad range of audit types, including SQF, BRC, AIB and Primus, to name a few.

Verified / Documented Service
Using state-of-the-art computer technology, our electronic reporting and documentation services assure that our commercial customers are able to satisfy all relevant regulatory authorities.

The Dixon Difference
Because our family’s name is on the line, we will settle for nothing less than our customers’ complete satisfaction. Our promise and commitment are to always deliver the highest standard of client service to our commercial customers. Your peace of mind is our mission every day.

Termite Inspection and Management Services

What you should know about termites:

• This is the highest-risk region of the country; subterranean termites are everywhere.
• Termites are foragers, so – without inspection and prevention – it is only a matter of time before they get to your property.
• An undetected, untreated infestation can cause as much as $3,000 damage in 12 months.

Dixon Pest Services is a leading provider of termite prevention and treatment services in this region. When you use our termite treatment service, you can rest easy that the value of your property is protected. With this service, our customers receive the exclusiveDixon Pest Services Wood-Destroying Insect (WDI) service agreement. This service agreement is more than a voucher for a free retreatment or repair of your property; it is our pledge to perform the treatment process correctly the first time and to conduct a careful inspection of your property each year.

Beachton Dental Center

Beachton Dental Center

William T. McFatter III DDS
2515 Highway 319 S.
Thomasville, GA 31792
  • Monday – Thursday7:30am – 4:30pm
  •  (Closed for lunch 11:30am – 1:30-pm)
  • FridaySpecial Appointment Scheduling Only
  •  7:30am – 4pm
  •  (No Patients are seen on Fridays)

Beachton Makes a Difference in Lifestyles

At Beachton Dental Center, we believe in patient education in order to provide you with the most comprehensive care. Using these tips and infobites, we hope it helps ease your mind as you transition into life with your new dentures.

What to Expect During the Denture Fitting Process

You and Dr. McFatter have determined you are in need of dentures, now what? Let’s go over the multi-step process from beginning to end so you know what to expect throughout the traditional denture fitting process. (This will vary depending on the type of denture we’ve selected for you.)

The first thing to be done is a thorough examination of your mouth; as well as your health profile, your goals, diet and lifestyle. Then, we’ll discuss the options available for you in terms of price, materials, and esthetic options. Once we’ve determined the route we are going to take, it’s time for the impressions of your mouth, these impressions will be used to create custom-made dentures bases for your dentures.

Next comes the fun part as we work together to select the size, shape and color of your new teeth to ensure the best possible match to your natural teeth. Finally, your dentures will be made by Dr. Bill or one of our expert lab technicians, and they will be inserted to check the fit and feel and the necessary adjustments will be done to correct the common issues of sore spots.

Once you’ve received your new dentures, we’ll go over proper adhesive techniques, maintenance and care. Over the next days, weeks, and months, you will need to see us for adjustments. These adjustment are free for the first year to help you transition to new dentures (we just ask that you bring a can of food as a donation to the food bank). Not all patients are the same and sometimes other procedures may be needed to help improve your individual denture experience and our long experience in this area of dentistry can help us determine which additional services you may need as we work through your case. It’s important to express any concerns or issues you may be having with your new dentures so we can provide you with the best possible care. Dentures can be a very difficult thing for people to get use to and our experience can help determine what limitations we can address successfully in your individual case If you don’t tell us…we don’t know. Knowledge is power for all of us!

Physical Effects of Tooth Loss

Whether the tooth loss is natural from aging or the result of an accident, proper dental care is vital to one’s health and happiness. Tooth loss can affect the jawbone, the support of the face and mouth and finally, it can affect a person’s overall health. Below is a quick overview of each of the issues and how getting fitted for dentures with Dr. McFatter can prevent you from experiencing these problems.

One of the biggest issues associated with tooth loss is the deterioration of the jawbone over time. Scientific studies have shown that the force created by chewing is transmitted from the teeth into the bone; this is how we naturally preserve the bone density. When there are no teeth to cause this force, bone loss will occur. This bone loss can spread into other parts of the facial bone structure, causing the deep, hollowed out look that many people possess after tooth loss. One of the best ways to combat this bone loss is with dental implants, as they best mimic the force that natural teeth have on the bone.

Along with bone deterioration, one can experience decreasing of the gum tissue that covers the jawbones. Then, through daily denture wear, sore spots and lesions can occur. Another issue at hand is the tongue may enlarge in order to fill the void created by the lack of teeth. Furthermore, the overall musculature of the mouth will be affected leading to muscle atrophy from the inability to chew food well and exercise the muscles; this also contributes to that sunk-in look.

Finally, the overall health of an individual may be affected by tooth loss as studies have shown a lowered chewing performance and lowered ability to chew the nutritious food like fruits and vegetables. This can lead to depleted vitamin levels, intestinal complications and some reports have even shown a correlation between dental health and major health issues such as stroke and heart disease.

At the Beachton Dental Center we can help you explore your best options either using dentures or implants or combinations of both.

Give us a call at 800-521-7275 or visit us at 2515 Highway 319 S., Thomasville, Georgia to set up your appointment today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose a custom denture?
Custom dentures, crafted for your specific mouth in terms of size, color, shape, and fit will result from a series of appointments. We will measure your mouth, and preview the set of the teeth until you get the exact look you had imagined. Our goal? Beautiful, custom fit dentures that look natural, are comfortable and restore your facial profile.
Dentures don’t last forever.
Nothing does. And while it’s true that the modern denture is more durable than ever before, you can still break a tooth or the denture base by simply dropping them a few inches. Even with painstaking care, denture teeth can lose their natural appearance and chewing ability due to the cumulative effects of chewing, brushing and age. Plus, your mouth changes over time. These gradual changes, coupled with the gradual changes in your denture, explain why you should visit your dental professional regularly.
Even if your dentures fit perfectly, you should still see a dental professional regularly.
Why? Mouth tissues can reveal signs of diseases, such as diabetes, that first manifest themselves in the mouth. Besides checking your dentures, dental professionals will also check for signs of oral cancer and other diseases, and examine your gum ridges, tongue and jaw joints.
No one has to know you’re wearing dentures.
No one wants a denture that looks like a “denture.” Unlike old-fashioned dentures, which may look unnatural, today’s denture can be made just for you, allowing you to look and feel better without anyone knowing why. Dental professional use their experience and knowledge to select and arrange teeth in a manner that creates the warm, natural smile you seek. Dentures help you to lose that sunken look in your lower face, as well as the wrinkles around your mouth. You’ll likely look younger and smile more often.
How can implants help a denture wearer
Traditional dentures (partial and full upper and lower) are made to be removable, allowing patients to have a full new smile that is durable and easy to clean. However, even dentures that are well-fitted can become loose or float within the mouth, making eating confidently difficult and speech somewhat peculiar. For many years, denture adhesives were a patient’s only option for stabilization. Approved by the FDA, implants – also known as denture stabilization implants – are made of small titanium facets that stabilize dentures and hold them in place while in use.
Denture wearers can speak more clearly.
The ability to speak clearly depends on subtle interactions involving your tongue, teeth, lips, cheeks and the roof of your mouth. A denture that’s properly fitted allows all five components to work together properly.
Adhesives can play a role in your denture’s fit and comfort.
Dentures are made to fit precisely and usually do not require regular use of an adhesive for comfort. That said, even people with properly fitting dentures may find an adhesive product provides extra security and peace of mind, especially for important occasions. And many people assert that adhesives increase the performance of even the best-fitting dentures. However, if your dentures begin to feel loose or cause pronounced discomfort, see your dental professional immediately. Some patients have extensive bone loss (ridge shrinkage) and consider themselves “dental cripples.” These patients may need to use adhesives daily with their dentures. Denture hygiene plays an extremely important role in preventing problems in this situation.
Never try to make your own denture repairs.
Do not try to adjust or repair your dentures yourself. Denture self-repair can cause irreparable damage and may result in the need for a new denture. Even do-it-yourself reliners can be bulky, causing increased pressure on the jaw and more rapid loss of jawbone, and they can irritate the soft tissues of your mouth.

Goody Clean

Goody Clean


Tallahassee’s premier multi-surface specialist, providing maintenance and restoration to your hard surfaces.

Goody’s was founded with one goal in mind: improve the appearance, cleanliness, and lifespan of your tile and grout. Our goal is achieved through continued education, top of the line equipment and two generations of knowledge. Goody’s is a family owned and operated business servicing Tallahassee and the surrounding areas. We strive to gain long lasting relationships with customers through quality results, friendly service, and reasonable pricing.

The Goodson Family has been small business owners for over 25 years. The Goodson Family’s passion for hard work does not stop with small business; we enjoy being active members of the Tallahassee community and giving back through nonprofits and charity organizations.

Goody’s is…
• Florida State Golden Chief Booster
• The Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Member
• Family owned and operated
• HSMPA and IICRC Tile and Stone Tech. Certified


Services Include:
• Extraction cleaning for interior and some exterior applications
• Pressure washing for most outdoor applications
• Color sealing or grout staining
• Grout & joint repair
• Topical coating stripping
• Grout sealing
• Natural stone sealing
• Concrete sealing

Materials or surfaces that we service:
• Slate
• Travertine
• Marble
• Granite
• Porcelain
• Concrete
• Brick
**Disclaimer: Free estimates by appointment only.


“Protect your investment and get more enjoyment out of a cleaner home”
• Houses
• Condos
• Apartments
• Garages/sheds
• Kitchen floors, countertops, and backsplashes
• Bathroom floors, showers & tubs
• Fireplaces and other decorative tile
• Pool areas
• Patios
• Walkways
• Brick pavers
• Driveways

Rowe Roofing

Rowe Roofing

1843 Commerce Blvd.
Midway, Florida 32343
850-386-ROOF (7663)
FAX: 850-562-5472

Rowe Roofing is North Florida and South Georgia’s preferred roofer.

Whether you need a re-roof, roof repair, or 24/7 emergency service we are here for you!

Rowe Roofing is a recognized leader in the southeast. Our employees are dedicated to only the best quality, service, and professionalism in our industry.

The Rowe family has been in the roofing business continuously since 1974. Our Florida operation has grown to be one of the largest roofing contractors in the southeast. This steady, controlled growth has only been possible due to our tremendous employees whose commitment to excellence personifies our organization. We are proud members of the National Roofing Contractors Association, the Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association, and our local Tallahassee affiliate. Although the majority of our work is within Florida, we have completed multiple larger projects throughout the Southeast. Additionally, all of our work is guaranteed. Whether you are looking for a contractor for new construction, a major reroof of an existing facility, or basic maintenance work, Rowe Roofing has the experience, size, and reliability necessary to complete any project successfully.

Rowe Roofing is home of the residential LIFETIME LABOR WARRANTY. Call us today to get your FREE reroof estimate or schedule a roof repair!

Keith McNeill Plumbing

Keith McNeill Plumbing

3505 North Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32303

McNeill Plumbing is the premier plumber in the Tallahassee area.

Keith McNeill Plumbing Cont., Inc., incorporated in 1979, is a family owned plumbing company. Our track record of maintaining a family environment, employee friendliness and employee compensation ensures that we maintain the most experienced and skilled plumbers in the Tallahassee area. All of our employees are drug tested, background-checked and fully insured.

McNeill Plumbing is the premier plumber in the Tallahassee area. We provide plumbing services for residential and commercial properties. We are also a new construction plumber, doing projects as small as Habitat for Humanity houses, or as large as Hospitals.

We guarantee our work and attain 100% customer satisfaction. Our unquestioned customer service and quality of work keep us a level above our competition and we continuously improve through customer and employee feedback, as well as, employee training.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do to take care of my faucets and sinks?
Even small drips can waste thousands of gallons of water, as much as 150 gallons a day! Be sure to check under sinks for moisture or small leaks. And always repair leaky faucets right away to avoid paying for wasted water, and also to avoid water damage to your fixtures and pipes. Remove and clean your faucet aerators annually to ensure an even flow of water. Make sure overflow holes on tubs and vanity are clear and open to prevent water damage to floors and ceilings.
Can I increase the water pressure in my bathroom faucet?
First, check the emergency shutoff under your sink to make sure it’s fully open. If rubber washers or seals have begun to deteriorate, you’ll also lose water pressure, so check those. Calcium and lime buildup will also cause low water pressure.
What causes my kitchen sink and washing machine drains to clog?
In most homes, the kitchen and laundry drains are connected. When the lint from the laundry drains meets the grease buildup from soap and food products, a nearly solid substance is formed, causing blockage. Using filters and strainers will help, but you’ll also need to get the drains snaked periodically as well.
How can I prevent clogged drains?
Do not rinse fats or cooking oils down the kitchen sink. Liquid fats solidify in the cold pipes and create clogs. To help prevent clogs, fit all your tubs and shower drains with a strainer that catches hair and soap chips, and clean the strainer regularly.
Can I replace my two-handled faucet with a single-handle faucet?
Usually, faucet dimensions and sink openings are standard throughout the plumbing industry, so the answer is usually yes. There are a few exceptions, so check the size of the sink opening before you buy new fixtures.
Why do I hear vibrating noise in my pipes?
Noises can be fairly common in plumbing supply lines. If a washer in a faucet or valve is loose, you’ll hear it rattling or knocking. If the sound occurs when you open and close faucets rapidly, it generally means pipes are loose, and can be corrected by anchoring pipes more securely. If it really bothers you, you can add air chambers at the end of long pipe runs. Their installation will probably require a plumbing professional.
Should I close and open the main water supply shutoff valve periodically?
Yes. You want to make sure they’re not stuck in the open position just when you have a water emergency! Do the same periodic check for the shutoff valves on your sinks, tubs, and toilets, too.
Are caustic liquid openers like Draino or Liquid Plumber) harmful to pipes?
For minor clogs, they’re fine, but never use them on a drain that is completely clogged. The caustic ingredients are trapped in your pipes, and it can severely damage them. If you can’t snake the drain yourself, contact a professional to do so. Never use caustic drain openers in a drain that has a garbage disposal.
What can I do about sewer line blockage?
The main culprit is tree roots, and once they’ve blocked the line, there is very little you can do. A plumbing professional can snake the line to get it as clear as possible, and then use copper sulfide products to kill the remaining vegetation. But odds are the sewer line will most likely need to be replaced.
What’s the best way to extend the life of my garbage disposal?
Always use plenty of cold water when running your disposal, and avoid overloading it. Never dispose of very hard items like bones or corn husks. And never use a caustic drain opener. You can extend the life of your hands by never using them to remove items dropped inside – use tongs instead!
What’s the best way to check for toilet leaks?
Toilet leaks can be wasteful and expensive. At least once a year, check your toilet for leaks by adding a small amount of red food coloring to the tank, and then check the toilet bowl later. If the toilet bowl water is colored red, water is seeping through from the tank. If it is leaking, you should replace the ballcock and flapper.
What should I do if my garbage disposal stops working?
Before calling a professional, be sure to try the reset switch located on the bottom of most disposals.
Why doesn’t my old water heater work as well as it used to?
This is usually due to a sediment buildup in your tank. As water heaters grow older, they accumulate sediment and lime deposits. If these deposits are not removed periodically, the sediment will create a barrier between the burner and the water, greatly reducing the water heater’s performance level. At least once every three months, drain water from the tank. Draining a gallon or so on a regular basis helps remove the sediment. You should also periodically inspect your water heater burner. The flame under the heater should appear blue with yellow tips. If it’s mostly yellow, or if it’s sooty under there, your flue may be clogged, which is a dangerous situation. Contact a professional to check it out. At least once every two years, have your water heater inspected by a service technician. He or she will also check the drain valve for signs of leakage, and the anode rods for corrosion