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How An Evaporator Coil Develops A Leak And The Repairs That May Be Needed

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The evaporator coil in your air conditioner holds the refrigerant that cools your home. If you keep up with maintenance, the coil can have a long life. Otherwise, the coil can develop pinhole leaks and allow the refrigerant to escape slowly. Here’s a look at how an evaporator coil can be damaged and the AC repairs that might be needed. Signs Of An Evaporator Coil Problem The evaporator coil works along with the condenser coil to circulate refrigerant from the outside AC unit to the indoor air handler.…

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What's The Most Environmentally Friendly Way To Water Your Lawn?

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When you have a lawn to maintain, you know what it can do to your water bill. Using all that water also isn’t always best for the environment. Here’s how you can get your lawn the water it needs while staying green. Can You Skip a Lawn? In some areas, there’s a movement to replace lawns with native plants, rocks, vegetable gardens, or even artificial turf. If you go with native plants, the idea is you don’t need any water except for your natural rain cycles.…

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Contaminated Water Well? Proactive Information For Homeowners

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Pure, fresh water is a requirement for the health and life of all living creatures, including humans. So when a residential water well test indicates that some form of contamination is present, homeowners are right to be concerned and motivated to take corrective action to restore their water well to safe usage. Homeowners who have just been given bad news about the purity of their family’s water source can use this information to help them address the situation more confidently.…

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How To Create A Self Sustaining Landscaping Design With The Right Irrigation Solutions And Technology

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If you want to ensure you have a green lawn and beautiful plants in your landscaping, then it is important that you have the right irrigation systems and use the right technology. Some of the features that you may want to consider for irrigation include rain collection and greywater systems or drip irrigation in addition to your residential sprinkler system. The technology that can be added includes better controls to replace outdated timers and filtration of the water.…

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Utilizing Professional Demolition Services

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Demolition work can be one of the types of construction that may be far more complicated than it appears at first. When individuals underestimate the complexity of this work, they can put themselves at a disadvantage in terms of overseeing this part of their project. In particular, there are several benefits of working with professional demolition services that they may deprive themselves of enjoying. Avoid The Risk Of Structural Damage…

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Apartment Complex Renovation Tips For Ensuring A Maximum Return On Investment

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Whether you are renovating a small or large apartment complex and regardless of whether you plan to keep it for decades or quickly flip it to a new owner, these tips will help you renovate it with an eye towards a maximum return on investment: Tip: Be Mindful that All Appliances You Install Will Require Maintenance, Repair, and Replacement When renovating an apartment complex, it’s easy to get caught up in the trap of wanting each unit to be nice enough for your own family members to move into and providing as amenities as possible.…

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Every Homeowner Should Know These Things About Exterior Waterproofing

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Basement flooding can be a complete disaster. Any amount of water that seeps into your foundation or basement can cause damage. It can make your walls warp or buckle, and it can compromise the structural integrity of your foundation, causing it to shift. Interior waterproofing can stop water before it reaches the inside of your basement, but the water can still weaken the outside of your walls and cause them to rot or mold.…

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3 Things To Do After A Summer Storm

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Though the warm summer temperatures are fantastic for exciting days at the pool and impromptu barbeques, they also help create the perfect environment for summer storms. Not only do storms put a damper on your summer fun, but they can cause damage to your roof, either from high winds, hail, or both. Here are a few things you should do after a fierce summer storm. 1. Complete a Visual Inspection of Your Roof for Damage…

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Adding Spray Foam Insulation To Your House

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It’s necessary that you fortify your home against anything that weather conditions can throw your way. Making sure that your home is insulated is a big part of this since upwards of 40% of the energy used in your home deals with heating and cooling. By having the built-in protective barrier of insulation for your house, it’s a whole lot easier to get a handle on these sorts of conditions. …

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Why You Need to Hire a Siding Services Contractor Instead of Doing It Yourself

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If your house’s siding isn’t looking too hot these days, you are probably in the market to get it replaced. While it’s possible to install siding yourself, this is not generally recommended unless you have previous experience. A seasoned siding contractor will be able to make this entire process much easier for you and get your house looking like its former self again in no time. Here are just some of the benefits a professional siding contractor can provide.…

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