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Summer Time Doesn't Have To Be Bug Time

The joy of summer is often mixed with the dread of having to deal with bugs. It often seems that the moment summer arrives at your home and garden...

on Jun 25, 2019

Carpet Cleaning Guide: Cleaning & Removing Pet Stains from Your Carpet

Having pets in your home can be rewarding. That being said, there are things you will have to deal with regularly when it comes to housing pets....

on Jun 22, 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Self-Build Insurance: What You Need to Know

Buying a home is already expensive, and then you need to get home insurance on top of it. It is essential. But then you want to do renovations,...

on Jun 21, 2019

6 Essential Rules for Hosting an Open House That Will Lead To a Sale

Whether you are in the process of attempting to sell your home, or if you are yet to put your house on the market, you are probably hoping that it...

on Jun 21, 2019

5 Things To Know About Tuckpointing

Stone and masonry are virtually maintenance free which is great news for a homeowner, however, it isn’t completely maintenance free. Bricks...

on Jun 13, 2019

HVAC / Air Conditioning

Oil Vs Gas: What's Best for Heating Your House?

Oil Vs Gas: What's Best for Heating Your House?

by Sally Smith on Nov 17, 2014

With cold weather setting in, many homeowners are looking at different ways to heat their homes. Most furnaces use either oil or natural gas, and homeowners are often confused when it comes to knowing what type is better for their homes. Heating oil provides more heat per BTU than any other heating source, and furnaces are much cheaper. Continue reading →

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How to Fit a New Radiator, the Essentials for a Successful Project

How to Fit a New Radiator, the Essentials for a Successful Project

by Boris Dzhingarov on Nov 19, 2014

You may decide to change your radiator for many reasons, and these could include replacing an old, inefficient radiator to save money and increase the heat output (BTU), or to upgrade to a stylish designer radiator. Whatever the reason is, your starting point will be the search for a new radiator, closely followed by a decision on fitting. Most people would hire a plumber to do the job, but if you have some basic tools and some practical knowledge of them, you could probably do the job yourself. Continue reading →

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 3 Reasons to Ventilate Your Home

3 Reasons to Ventilate Your Home

by Scott Caswell on Jan 21, 2015

As we take a breather with our families over the festive season, it’s important to stay healthy and get the most out of the time with your family! No one wants sick children at this time of year. Yes please, to happy and healthy children while they are on school vacation break! Our suggestion is to ventilate your home this summer…The ongoing benefits of home ventilation will keep your family happy and healthy for many more season and years to come! Continue reading →

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Save Money on Air Conditioning Repairs

Save Money on Air Conditioning Repairs

by Kashif Raza on May 19, 2015

There’s nothing like coming inside after a day out in the hot summer sun and being able to relax an cool off in an air conditioned house.  Most of us don’t really give our AC much thought, that is until something goes wrong. Continue reading →

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HVAC Maintenance Can Save Costly Repairs

HVAC Maintenance Can Save Costly Repairs

by Guest on Jun 14, 2015

There are some things in your house that can cost you an absolute fortune to repair and replace. Home heating and air cooling systems are some one of those things. There are some very simple things you can do in order to keep your HVAC system running properly. Continue reading →

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Home Repair: Questions to Ask Your HVAC Technician

Home Repair: Questions to Ask Your HVAC Technician

by Tom Grant on Jul 3, 2015

Buying a great air conditioning and heating system should be great investment and having parted with your cash and chosen a model that you believe will serve you well for many years, it is just as essential to do ask the right questions in order to make sure you choose a technician who can help you get the longevity you expect for the money. Continue reading →

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Home HVAC Equipment: Should You Repair or Replace It?

Home HVAC Equipment: Should You Repair or Replace It?

by Tom Grant on Jul 16, 2015

If you have an HVAC system in your home, you will know how essential it is in order to stay comfortable whatever the weather. If something goes wrong with your system and it stops working, you will usually want to sort out the problem as soon as possible. However, you may have to decide between getting the system repaired and investing in a new one. Continue reading →

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10 Benefits of Commercial Air Conditioning

10 Benefits of Commercial Air Conditioning

by Guest on Sep 21, 2015

Commercial air conditioning is incredibly important for any workspace. It gives you the power to control your workspace temperature and thus give your workforce the ideal climate conditions. The latest air conditioning technologies will ensure that you get the absolute best performance from your staff as well as your computer equipment. Continue reading →

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When is Furnace Repair Service Required?

When is Furnace Repair Service Required?

by Guest on Sep 26, 2015

Furnace is a very important part of every household of a cold region. Having a properly working furnace will keep you tension free in the winters. Winters are nearing and this is the correct time to look for a furnace repair service. You must be thinking it is not necessary to get your furnace checked every winter. Continue reading →

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Should I Repair or Replace My Home Heating System?

Should I Repair or Replace My Home Heating System?

by mario on Oct 19, 2015

Now there’s a question we know how to answer, and with a high degree of confidence. Of course, when you’ve been serving the indoor comfort needs of families and businesses alike for more than 40 years as we have, you learn a thing or two about helping your customers make all the right decisions. Continue reading →

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