How to Clean a Propane Fireplace

Posted on: 10 June 2015
Propane fireplaces are cleaner than traditional wood fireplaces, as propane does not produce the ash and soot that wood does. However, over time dirt, dust, and other debris can build up in a propane fireplace. Cleaning out your propane fireplace can help ensure that your fireplace continues to stay in good working order. What You'll Need You'll need a can of compressed air, a broom, a putty knife, a sponge, a rag, and a vacuum cleaner.
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Important Reasons To Replace Your Attic Insulation With Your Roof

Posted on: 27 May 2015
Have you recently purchased a home with a leaky roof? Have you owned your house for a while, but it's recently developed a faulty roof? While replacing the shingles and flashing are important for restoring your roof's integrity, here are some reasons you should also replace your attic insulation: Your insulation may be outdated: Your attic insulation may be almost 30 years old, depending on when it was last replaced. While there is no need for you to replace your insulation every year, it's also true that insulation technology is much better now than it was thirty years ago.
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3 Ways To Save On Air Conditioning Costs

Posted on: 13 May 2015
When it starts getting hot outside, many of us turn to our air conditioners for relief from the heat and humidity. Unfortunately though, running an air conditioner can sometimes be very costly. However, there are a wide variety of different ways that you can save money on your air conditioning bill.  1. Don't Cook With Your Oven  Whenever possible, you should avoid cooking with your oven. The reason for this is that ovens give off a great deal of heat and can make your entire house feel hot and stuffy.
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4 Myths About Septic Tanks Systems

Posted on: 21 April 2015
There are many myths that surround septic tank systems, and it is important, especially if you have a septic tank system, to know the facts that are behind these myths. This will ensure that you know how to properly care for your septic tank system. The more that you understand, then the more likely you are to care for it. Here are four myths to know the facts behind: It is Important to Care for the Tank More than the Drain Field: Many people believe that the tank is the most important part of the whole system because it does, in fact, make the whole thing function properly.
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