Home Repair Tasks that you can do yourself

Home Repair Tasks that you can do yourself

A bad smell in the sink may actually be coming from your water — not from the drain. To double-check, put a stopper in the drain and fill your sink with hot water only. Let it sit a minute and then put your nose…

Homeowners >> More Quick Fix Tips

Homeowners >> More Quick Fix Tips

Heater •Furnace cycles on and off frequently. The furnace filter is an important component for the proper operation of a furnace. If the filter gets clogged, it will not allow the furnace to circulate properly, which can result in these symptoms. The blower door…

Homeowners Quick Fix Tips

Homeowners Quick Fix Tips

Homeowners Quick Fix Tips Electric Garage Door Opener The door does not open or close smoothly. Garage door openers have a tension knob on the back of the opener which needs to be adjusted to the weight of the door. In the winter, wooden…

Homeowners Quick Fix Tips

Homeowners Quick Fix Tips

Homeowners » Quick Fix Tips Cooktop/Oven Range •Gas burner on the cooktop is not heating evenly. Clean orifices on burner with a toothpick, toothbrush or pipe cleaner. This will increase gas flow and provide an even flame. •Electric burner won’t come on or doesn’t…

Common Errors Made by Homeowners

Common Errors Made by Homeowners

Common errors made by homeowners and how to correct them: Using the wrong filter in air intakes for heating and air conditioning systems: Dozens of types of filters are on the market, so homeowners are confused. Many times they buy a fancy, expensive filter…

Digging Down Deep

Digging Down Deep

Digging Down Deep Machine gouges 9-foot-deep trench for Blue Ridge By Alexis Bechman Payson Roundup As of Friday, August 16, 2013 Work on the Blue Ridge pipeline entered a historic — impressive — stage this week as crews began cutting a massive nine-foot-deep, two-mile-long…

Another College Plan Milestone

Another College Plan Milestone

Another College Plan Milestone FS signs off: Drury ‘elated’ By Pete Aleshire Payson Roundup As of Tuesday, August 13, 2013 Tonto National Forest Supervisor Neil Bosworth this week signed off on the environmental assessment for the sale of 253 acres to build a university…

Swartwood Primed For Second Year

Swartwood Primed For Second Year

Swartwood Primed For Second Year By Max Foster Payson Roundup As of Tuesday, July 23, 2013 When we last saw the Longhorn football team in action, Jake Swartwood had wrapped up his first season as head coach, leading the team to a 6-5 record…

Will State Run Out of Water? Well, Not Payson

Will State Run Out of Water? Well, Not Payson

Will State Run Out Of Water? Well, not Payson By Pete Aleshire Payson Roundup July 12, 2013 We’re going to run out of water. Well, not Payson: Two decades of effort have secured Rim Country’s water future. But everyone else is starting to feel…

ASU will consider Payson Campus

ASU will consider Payson Campus

ASU will consider Payson campus The Republic | azcentral.com Fri Jun 28, 2013 11:05 PM Arizona State University officials will resume talks with Payson about starting a satellite campus there that offers four-year degrees. Discussions were put on hold last year while residents in…

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