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4 Spring Cleaning Must Do's for Your Kitchen and Bathroom!

Posted on Wed, 04/04/2018

With winter on its way out and spring in the air, many people start to get the cleaning bug. Windows can be opened again, and the sunlight reveals those corners that were neglected when the weather was cold. And when making your list for spring cleaning, there are a few spaces that you simply can't ignore – the kitchen and bathroom.

Don't Ignore Your Leaky Faucet

Posted on Fri, 03/09/2018

While a leaky faucet may be somewhat of an annoyance, it can be easy for homeowners to ignore. But, before you start to tune out that dripping sound or turn a blind eye to the leak, you should be aware that there are some repercussions to ignoring this common problem. In many cases, the plumbing repair is quick and inexpensive compared to future issues that could occur due to a leaky faucet.

What Happens If I Don’t Change My Air Filter?

Posted on Mon, 02/26/2018

Changing the air filter for your heating and cooling system is a simple and inexpensive way to keep it running at optimal levels. But, it’s also an easy chore to forget or to be misinformed about. Unfortunately, when a filter doesn’t get changed, it can wreak havoc on your unit.

How to Take the Best Care of Your Water Heater

Posted on Wed, 02/21/2018

Your water heater is an essential piece of equipment in your home. It impacts everything from how long you can take a hot shower to how clean your dishes get. And when your water heater goes out, it can feel like your household shuts down. But, when you take the best care of your water heater, you'll need fewer repairs and have fewer mishaps.

Adding and Using Dampers to Direct Heat from your HVAC System

Posted on Wed, 02/14/2018

Dampers are an excellent addition to any HVAC system, and most homes already have these placed in the ductwork the air travels through. The dampers, which are shaped like a plate, can be strategically adjusted to ensure the airflow is moving in the desired direction. They open and close or are tilted to direct the airflow towards specific rooms and away from others.