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Top 3 Signs That You Need to Replace Your Home's Insulation

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Are you a homeowner? Are you getting tired of your house being too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter? Although you might be blaming your heating and cooling system for your plight, the truth is that your systems may actually be working perfectly. It could actually be that your insulation is to blame. Although insulation can often be expected to last “forever” in a home, there are still conditions in which insulation can decay and need to be replaced.…

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Why Vinyl Is A Good Choice In Replacement Siding

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If your old aluminum siding is dented, chalky, and worn out, then you may want to replace it with vinyl. Vinyl siding is getting more and more popular because it has advantages over other options like aluminum. Here are some of the benefits of putting new vinyl siding on your home. Vinyl Doesn’t Get Chalky One of the drawbacks of aluminum siding is that it gets chalky as the metal oxidizes.…

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3 Excellent Reasons to Hire a Professional to Take Care of Your Air-Conditioning Maintenance

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If you have an air-conditioning unit, it is very important that it receives the proper maintenance. This article will discuss three excellent reasons why you should consider hiring a professional to take care of all your air-conditioning maintenance.  It Can Save You Money on Your Air-Conditioning Bill  By taking the time to have your air conditioner serviced regularly, you are ensuring that it is in good working order. This means that all of the vents are clean, that the system is as energy efficient as possible, and that everything is working as it should.…

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Expecting A Bad Winter? 3 Landscaping Services To Take Care Of First

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Living somewhere where it gets cold can mean a lot of changes for how you take care of your home. If you’re eager to make your home look it’s best and are concerned with the landscaping being difficult to manage when the weather begins to get cold, it’s important that you begin looking into what you can do to make sure that your landscaping is prepared for the winter ahead of time.…

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3 Ways To Unclog A Drain To Get Back Your Flow

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When a drain clogs, it’s a huge hassle for homeowners. Water doesn’t go down, pooling leaves soap scum and debris in bathtubs and sinks, and it’s messy and irritating overall. Here are three ways to unclog your drains, so you can get your drains back to normal.  Use Baking Soda and Vinegar The first option is to use baking soda and vinegar to clean out clogged up drains. Start by pouring boiling water down the drain to see if it drains or backs up.…

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3 Telltale Signs of a Well-Maintained Water Well Every Homebuyer Should Know

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If you are looking for a home in a rural area, you shouldn’t be at all surprised to find out that a home you are considering actually relies on a private water well for water. However, if you have little experience dealing with a private well, the whole idea can be rather unnerving. While most homeowners who do have a private water well do find the experience rewarding and easy, you don’t want to inherit a private well and find out you have a well that has not been maintained properly.…

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Keeping Critters Out Of Your Dumpster

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Maintaining your dumpsters takes more than keeping them safe from traffic and only discarding the appropriate materials in them. Often, you have to fight off ornery pests who love to dig through your refuse. To keep things sanitary and wildlife free, you should take measures to keep raccoons, squirrels, and other animals out of your dumpsters.  Lids You need to keep the lids down on your dumpsters at all times except when you are actually dumping garbage into them.…

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How To Clean Your Condenser Unit

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There’s never a bad time to service your central air. Whether you’ve noticed reduced airflow or less cold when you are running your AC, the problem could have something to do with your condenser motor. This article explains how to quickly and cheaply clean the main compartment and fan of your AC condenser unit. What Is the Condenser Unit? The condenser unit of a central air conditioning system is a large box that is located next to the building, on the outside.…

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Plan To Do Your Own Storm Damage Cleanup? Here's Why You Shouldn't Do It Yourself

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If you live in an area hit by severe weather, you may choose to do your own storm damage cleanup to get the job done fast. You may want to reconsider your decision. Even if your home or properly only faced a few problems, such as a felled tree or flooded living room, cleaning up the aftermath can be dangerous. You might encounter harmful pathogens that make you sick. In addition, trees can collapse during your cleanup and injure you.…

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3 Ways To Keep Your Winter Heating Bills Low

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If you were in shock when you got your first heating bill of the winter, know that there are things that you’re able to do that will lower your heating costs. While you may rush to turn that thermostat down, that is only one part in reducing how much heat you use. These 3 tips are some creative ideas you may not have thought about doing. Use Area Rugs To Your Advantage…

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