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How to Better Prepare for Bathroom Remodeling

There are so many things you can do – and projects you can try – to improve the bathrooms in your house. Renovating the bathroom is a...

on Oct 12, 2018

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

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...

on Oct 10, 2018

6 Pro Tips for Cleaning PVC-U Windows

Cleaning windows is a chore that some homeowners do not look forward to doing since it can be a tedious, physically demanding task. However, if you...

on Oct 8, 2018

How to Get Rid of Rats Outside

According to the University of Arizona, effective methods of roof rat control include exclusion, habitat modification, trapping, and poison bait....

on Oct 7, 2018

Is it Cheaper to Build Your Own Shed?

If your home is becoming crowded with clutter and your garage is overflowing at the seams – to the point that you don’t even remember...

on Oct 4, 2018

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Choosing The Best Kitchen Radiator

Choosing The Best Kitchen Radiator

by John Lawless on Apr 10, 2018

Heating your kitchen is often the last thing on your mind when it comes to choosing radiators or heated towel rails for your home. Most kitchens are warm when we are at home because we are using them to cook in. Continue reading →

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6 Tips To Save on Home Cooling Costs

6 Tips To Save on Home Cooling Costs

by Guest on Apr 11, 2018

With the increase in global warming all over the world, the consumption of electricity has gone way higher than it is healthy for the environment. Out of everything else, it is air conditioning that takes up most of the energy consumption. Continue reading →

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Are Annual Maintenance Contracts For Your HVAC Unit Necessary?

Are Annual Maintenance Contracts For Your HVAC Unit Necessary?

by Guest on Apr 19, 2018

A HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) system or unit is very important as it takes care of all the heating, ventilation and air conditioning requirements of a building. If the air conditioning malfunctions during summer or if the heating is not up to the mark during peak winter, it can cause a lot of problems. Continue reading →

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5 Signs That You Need a Professional to Fix Your Cooling Failure

5 Signs That You Need a Professional to Fix Your Cooling Failure

by Tom Grant on Apr 23, 2018

The last thing you need in your home at the height of summer is a failed air conditioning (AC) system. You normally want to fight back the high temperatures by turning on the air conditioner. But sometimes the system just won’t work, and it can be frustrating. Oftentimes you’ll know that your AC needs repair because it simply stops functioning. However, it’s not always that obvious. Here are five less obvious signs that you need to have a professional inspect your air condition Continue reading →

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Why Does Your Home Need a Dehumidifier?

Why Does Your Home Need a Dehumidifier?

by Rohit on Apr 24, 2018

Taking humidity lightly may not be wise. Dehumidifiers can be essential with regards to the climate in which you reside in or according to seasonal changes in the weather. It is sold as a household appliance used to reduce the level of humidity for health and comfort reasons or to prevent the spread of stale odor and something called “mildew”. Continue reading →

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Wood Burning Stoves or Fireplaces, You Decide

Wood Burning Stoves or Fireplaces, You Decide

by Guest on May 8, 2018

Most people who want to burn wood in their living room to ward off the cold usually face a conundrum, whether to go for a fireplace or to opt for wood burning stoves. Both have their advantages and disadvantages and we aim to show them both to you so that it helps you in making an informed decision. Continue reading →

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5 DIY Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

5 DIY Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

by Rohit on May 9, 2018

Most homes are nowadays well equipped with modern home appliances. Regular service of any home appliance is very necessary at regular intervals for the proper functioning of the product and best of results in terms of efficiency and energy saving. Continue reading →

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The Wonderful Benefits of Clean Air Filters on a Home

The Wonderful Benefits of Clean Air Filters on a Home

by Khalid Irfan on May 9, 2018

Is your home suffering from poor air quality making it hard to breathe? Are harmful airborne issue building up and coating surfaces around the home? The issues just described are might be signs that a home is going to need a new air filter. Continue reading →

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8 Steps to Making Your Home Energy-Efficient

8 Steps to Making Your Home Energy-Efficient

by Kath on May 17, 2018

An eco-friendly home can be any shade of green, from the palest mint to the most in-depth forests. Through adopting some ecologically-friendly products and energy-saving techniques, you can finally manage to lower your energy bills and improve the indoor air quality of your castle. Continue reading →

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4 Benefits of a DIY Heat Recovery System Installation

4 Benefits of a DIY Heat Recovery System Installation

by Boris Dzhingarov on May 23, 2018

Lately, you may have been hearing a lot about HRV (Heat Recovery and Ventilation) systems and now you probably want to know what they do and how they can benefit you. Since you have a newer model home, isn’t this already built into your furnace? Continue reading →

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