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Month: September 2017


7 Simple Things to Do Before a Long Vacation

Going on vacation is one of the greatest feelings ever, especially when it’s one you’ve planned for a long time. However, the vacation shouldn’t be the only thing you plan – the day leading up to the vacation should be included too. This day is meant for you to make sure your home is prepped […]

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Home Maintenance Tasks to Perform This Fall

Fall is upon us and you know what that means, right? If you guessed, "Drink Pumpkin Spice Lattes," you're kind of right – but it's really time to tackle your fall maintenance checklist! We know these tasks aren't always the most fun, but do you know what is fun? Not having to pay for costly […]

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What Can Trigger Fall Allergies

With the weather slowly but surely cooling down, many think their allergies will be a thing of the past (until next spring). If only you had such luck! Unfortunately for you, there are plenty of fall allergies that will leaving you coughing and sneezing like it's spring all over again. Enduring Hay Fever Many assume […]

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Which Appliances Need Dedicated Circuits

Do you find that your home experiences tripped circuits or blown fuses on an abnormally frequent basis? Not having dedicated circuits (or enough circuits in general) will force you to live in the dark each time you turn on an appliance that uses a lot of power. What is a Dedicated Circuit? A dedicated circuit […]

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When Should You Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned?

Do you remember the last time the ductwork in your home was cleaned? If you’re not sure of the answer, then you might be overdue. While the EPA doesn’t have a concrete answer of how often this should be done, there are signs that will let you know when the time is right. When You […]

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How Hard Water Can Affect You

Have you ever wondered what makes hard water, well, "hard?" When water passes through soil and rock, traces of minerals will dissolve in the water – calcium and magnesium being the two that cause water to become "hard." The higher the concentration of these minerals that exist, the harder (and worse off) the water becomes. […]

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