Blog Posts in 2019

  • Easy Ways to Revamp Your Home's Curb Appeal

    || 12-Mar-2019

    Before we know it, spring will be here putting an end to being cooped up indoors. With spring, comes much welcome warmer weather, perfect for spending a day outdoors with friends and family. Make sure the outside of your home is ready for spring get-togethers by revamping the curb appeal of your home. You want friends and family to get a warm and welcoming vibe when they approach your home. Below ...
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  • Which Mold Types Hang Out In Your Air Ducts?

    || 22-Feb-2019

    Regardless of the climate you live in, your air ducts can be the perfect host to a wide variety of mold strains, with some of them able to cause moderate to severe health problems. Never neglect regular maintenance on your air ducts, as your health and the health of your family could be affected by a mold outbreak in your vents. Air duct mold is particularly dangerous for infants, small children, ...
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  • 5 Energy Efficient Ways to Keep Warm This Winter

    || 5-Feb-2019

    It doesn't take a Polar Vortex to cause a pricy winter! Even average winter temperatures can make your energy costs skyrocket. Rather than accept higher-than-usual gas and electric bills with a frown and a sigh, make an effort to save energy and money. Here are five easy and energy efficient ways to keep warm this winter. 1. Dress in Layers to Help Stay Warm. You wouldn't go outdoors ...
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  • Why Should I Clean My Air Ducts?

    || 25-Jan-2019

    Your air ducts need to be cleaned on occasion because they have air blown through them year-round in many areas. With that amount of air, the vents and ducts can become dusty. Your furnace takes air from the outside, then it heats or cools the air. And if you didn't already know, the air outside has things that can make some people feel unwell. Here are a few reasons that you should clean out ...
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  • Checking for Air Leaks

    || 9-Jan-2019

    Old repairs and improper weatherproofing or insulating jobs can leave your home or business drafty and cold. One way to keep your structure warm in the winter is to check for air leaks before the winter turns bitter cold. The wind will howl sooner rather than later, so now is the time to button everything up. Outside Chimneys, vents, and junctions between materials and the foundation are the most ...
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