Preparing for the unexpected is one of a homeowner’s responsibilities. While handling simple jobs, such as changing a light bulb, replacing dusty heating and cooling filter, or cleaning clogged gutters may be tasks you can handle on your own, there are some jobs that are better left to the professionals.
When it comes to installing or diagnosing problems with outlets in your home, it is important to let the experts handle this type of work. If you aren’t experienced in dealing with electricity, this has the potential to be a dangerous job. Additionally, if you notice lights flickering, appliances turning on or off, or other related electrical issues, it is best to contact a local and professional electrician immediately. Oncourse Home Solutions may have local brand(s) in your area who offer Electric Line Repair plans.
When dealing with natural gas lines to appliances, furnaces, boilers, fireplaces or other gas-powered devices in your home, you will need the help of a professional to diagnose and fix problems as they occur. Again, if you don’t know what you are doing, trying to handle gas-related issues could result in serious injury or damage to your home. Oncourse Home Solutions may have local brand(s) in your area who offer Gas Line Protection plans.
Missing or damaged shingles can be an eyesore, but trying to replace these materials on your own could be dangerous. A professional roofer will be able to quickly and easily install new shingles on your home.
A simple clog could be easy to take care of in a sink, toilet or shower drain with a plunger. However, if this doesn’t take care of the problem, call in an experienced plumber before you pour any harsh and potentially damaging chemicals down the drain. Plumbers have special devices they can use to remove even stubborn clogs.
Many appliance problems can be easily diagnosed, such as a fridge overheating (dirty and dusty coils), or a dishwasher that doesn’t drain. However, there are some issues that an expert appliance repair technician will need to fix for you – especially when they involve electricity or gas.
Heating and Cooling
Your furnace/boiler and air conditioner are complex systems and there is a lot that can go wrong with them. When you have a problem, it is useful to call in an expert who knows what warning signs to look for. Oncourse Home Solutions may have local brand(s) in your area who offer heating and cooling repair and maintenance plans.
Needless to say, when performing home repairs, if you don’t feel comfortable with the task at hand, it is best to call in a professional for assistance. Convenience and peace of mind is why we service more than 1.2 million home protection contracts.