In the United States, becoming an American homeowner is a big accomplishment. Yes, many homeowners are extremely proud of the independence they’ve gained through the purchase of a house. They can decorate and design their house in a way that is true to their style, they can host parties, they can create a family, and they can gather memories with each passing year. It sounds fun, almost dream-like. However, being a homeowner also means that you will have various responsibilities. You need to care for your home. This care comes in the form of making sure certain elements in your home are functioning properly. The HVAC system, vents, electrical, water, and plumbing all need to function efficiently and effectively in order for your home to be a success.
There are, in fact times, when your plumbing may go haywire. In reality, 10% of households in the United States have leaks in their plumbing. Leaks can cause not only a waste in water and a higher water or sewer bil
You have had plenty of successes in life.
For 12 years you were a successful high school English and journalism teacher, whose students won several state and national publication awards. You have been successfully married to your spouse for 30 years.
You have successfully parented two daughters who gracefully and admirably navigated their way through first high school and then college graduations.
You enjoy the success of balancing hours of community service a week, teaching part time, and running a household.
In spite of these previous successes, however, you also know your limitations. When it comes to replacing a water heater, for example, you know the importance of finding the right plumber. And when your husband attempts to lobby for doing the project himself, you know that you will be able to successfully telling him that replacing a water heater is outside of his area of expertise.
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