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5 tips on how to increase house value

If you’re looking for ways to increase the value of your property and make potential buyers weak at the knees, these five handy tips on how...

on Feb 17, 2020

Add Value with Better Bathroom Design

Enhancing your home can increase the value of your property, as well as create a more comfortable living environment. Whether you live in a one-bed...

on Feb 15, 2020

Choosing a Modern Living Room Design

If you’re thinking about redecorating your living room, you might want to go for a total design overhaul. While something traditional is all very...

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Wallpaper Repair - Repasting, Blisters, Tears, Spots

Damaged wallpaper can be repaired. It's ideal if you have extra wallpaper that matches the pattern for repairs. Repasting, removing clusters,...

on Feb 13, 2020

How to Calculate the Right Amount of Paint for a Room

Painting a room, no matter how large or small, can create some confusion when it is time to purchase paint. You want to be sure that you get enough...

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HVAC / Air Conditioning

If Your AC Unit is Making Any of These Noises, Get It Checked Out

If Your AC Unit is Making Any of These Noises, Get It Checked Out

by Grand Marketing Solutions on Jul 13, 2018

Air conditioners can and do make noises, and while some are completely normal and benign, others may signify a more substantial problem. If your air conditioner is making an unusual noise and you aren’t sure whether to call for service, the list below can help. Continue reading →

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How to Diagnose and Fix a Frosty Air Conditioner

How to Diagnose and Fix a Frosty Air Conditioner

by Joe Goldstein on Oct 3, 2018

You are in your home in the middle of the summer with the air conditioning on full blast, but you notice that it’s definitely not working efficiently because you are still sweating. Continue reading →

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Should I Replace My AC If It Experiences a Refrigerant Leak?

Should I Replace My AC If It Experiences a Refrigerant Leak?

by Brenda Vollman on Oct 10, 2018

A refrigerant leak is one of the most common issues of an air conditioning system. Freon or R22 is the predominant refrigerant used in almost all air conditioner units before 2010. If you have an AC unit that was installed before 2010, your system might be using Freon as the refrigerant. Continue reading →

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Too Hot to Handle: How to Prep Your Home for Summer

Too Hot to Handle: How to Prep Your Home for Summer

by Craig Daniel on Mar 26, 2019

Most of us crave that elusive sun, but when it does come around there are umpteen additional considerations that enter the picture. Of course, if you live in a region which basks in year-long sunshine this won't be the case, but for most of us the sun isn't always as favorable as we might sometimes imagine. Continue reading →

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How to Maintain your AC System in 3 Easy Steps

by Guest on Jun 1, 2019

The key to enjoying a continuously cool and energy-efficient home through the dog days of summer is to properly maintain your AC system. By performing some simple DIY maintenance, your air conditioner will run at peak efficiency for years to come, saving you money on your electric bill and on repair costs. Continue reading →

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HVAC Issues That Can Seriously Damage Your Home

HVAC Issues That Can Seriously Damage Your Home

by Guest on Jun 10, 2019

You walk inside after a hot and tiring day, expecting to feel the cool air and get some relief. Instead, you feel a burst of warm air when you open the door. It's almost as hot as outside! What went wrong?  Continue reading →

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When Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

When Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

by Richard Sinclair on Sep 12, 2019

Like everything else, an air conditioner doesn’t last forever. The average air conditioning system lasts as long as 15 years, depending on how much it is used and how well it is maintained. Most air conditioners don’t shut down right away but give signs, subtle and not subtle, that their working life is coming to an end. How does a homeowner know when it’s time to replace their AC? Continue reading →

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Why You Need To Maintain Your Mission HVAC System For Proper Heating & Cooling

Why You Need To Maintain Your Mission HVAC System For Proper Heating & Cooling

by Tek Climate on Oct 14, 2019

Thankfully, the days of living without air conditioning and heating are gone. Today, numerous home buyers buy existing houses while others build their own houses. In both cases, an HVAC system is included in the package. Continue reading →

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Reasons to Replace Your Corona HVAC or Air Conditioning Unit

Reasons to Replace Your Corona HVAC or Air Conditioning Unit

by Absolute Airflow on Oct 21, 2019

If you are a homeowner, it's important to have the right air conditioner in place in your home. If your unit is older, it might be time to replace it. A few reasons why you should think about replacing your older air conditioning unit are listed here. Continue reading →

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HVAC Tips: How Often Should I Replace My HVAC System?

HVAC Tips: How Often Should I Replace My HVAC System?

by Furnace USA on Nov 8, 2019

When it comes to your home, one of the most important components that you probably don’t think about often is your HVAC system. It keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It works hard behind the scenes to ensure you and your family’s comfort. Life would be miserable without it. Continue reading →

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