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How To Improve Your Building’s Air Quality This Summer

Posted on: June 14, 2017

Air pollution; it isn’t something that just affects the atmosphere outside. You can see it outside in the form of smog, dust, or haze, lingering in the air. But what hangs in the air outside makes its way inside and into your building through open windows and doors, and through your ventilation system. Quite shockingly,…

Make your Plumbing Emergency Kit and Be Prepared

Posted on: June 14, 2017

What’s the one thing that can cause a disaster in your home like no other? If you said water, you’re correct. Water can be a damaging force. And it doesn’t take much. One drop of water every hour for a few months behind the drywall in your bathroom will prove it. When you have a…

5 Smart Ways To Save Electricity

Posted on: June 12, 2017

Electricity; how did we ever live without it? If you’ve experienced a power outage for more than an hour or two, you know how difficult it can be. Almost everything we do involves electricity. You can’t turn on a light, access the refrigerator, or even heat the water for a shower without it. As such,…

Big Family? Duct Cleaning Can Improve Your Home’s Efficiency

Posted on: June 11, 2017

Have you noticed large amounts of dust settling around your home? Are there piles of pet hair from more than one fluffy friend? There are several culprits to blame. In most cases, windows, doors, and attic pull downs with bad or failing seals will introduce debris and dust into the home. People and pets coming…

5 Benefits Of Cleaning Your Air Ducts

Posted on: June 9, 2017

The air ducts in your home have a very important job. They circulate the air flow from your heating and cooling equipment throughout your home to ensure it is properly conditioned at all times. And this occurs multiple times every day. But it’s not just the warmth or coolness that impacts you and your family;…

Small Plumbing Leaks Could Be Costing You A Fortune

Posted on: June 8, 2017

That tiny drip, drip, drip you’ve been ignoring in the bathroom sink may be costing you a lot of money. Studies show that the average home loses anywhere from 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year due to those tiny drips we tend to ignore. And that’s just from the leaks you can see.…

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