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Little Habits to Change to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Whether you suffer from allergies on a regular basis or are simply conscious about the air in your home, air quality should be at the top of your mind. And while you may take some measures to ensure the air quality remains healthy, there may be other little habits that you do each day that […]

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Electrical Upgrades to Make During a Remodel

In a day and age where so many items we use each day run on electricity and need to constantly be charged, if you’re making changes to your home, it’s often a good idea to take some steps that will make using your electronics easier. These are some of the best electrical upgrades to make […]

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What to Consider Before Buying a New HVAC Unit

HVAC systems typically last around 10 years before they start to truly lose efficiency and have problems that require more than a typical repair. If your unit has seen a fair share of birthdays and it’s time for you to replace your system, you’re likely going to do a lot of research before you make […]

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How to Make Your Pipes Last Longer

While you probably wish that they would, the pipes that run through your home don’t last forever. After a while, they will have to be replaced in order to keep your plumbing working as it should. But since repiping your home isn’t exactly the cheapest project, you may be racking your brain for ways to […]

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What to Stop Flushing Down the Toilet

There likely isn’t a person on this planet who hasn’t tossed something into the toilet that doesn’t belong in there. And while doing this once in a blue moon won’t cause too much harm, if you’ve been treating your toilet as a second garbage can, you could be in for some frightening results. Here are […]

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Signs Your Boiler is Not Working Properly

If we had to guess, the number of times you think about your boiler on a weekly basis is close to zero. And why would you? As long as you have heat pumping through your home, there’s no need to worry about anything. But what happens if your boiler stops performing as it should? Are […]

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