HVAC Maintenance You Need To Stop Sneezing And Coughing In Your House

Posted on: 1 September 2015
If you feel like the air in your home is dirty and you are always sneezing or coughing, it's time to schedule HVAC maintenance on your air conditioner and furnace. You also want to have your ducts cleaned. There are so many things that could be trapped in your appliances and ventilation system, and some of them could be causing safety concerns throughout the home. Here are a few reasons you must get these appliances inspected.
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Saving Your Personal Items From Flood Water

Posted on: 19 August 2015
You come home to find the living room carpet soaking wet because of a plumbing leak. Or you wake up to a basement full of water because the city waste water system backed up into your house. You'll have time to be mad or sad later. Now you need to take steps to salvage as much from the flood water as you can. 1. Protect yourself. Put on rubber shoes or boots, and gloves to prevent getting a shock should you come into contact with wet wires.
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4 Ways To Increase The Energy Efficiency Of Your French Doors

Posted on: 13 August 2015
French doors make for a lovely addition to any home and are commonly used as exterior exits onto patios, decks, and other outdoor living spaces. However, French doors also pose a unique challenge when it comes to installation; even a small miscalculation or misjudgment can lead to gaps between doors that reduce the energy-efficiency of a home. Fortunately, there are a few steps homeowners can take to better insulate their existing French doors.
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What To Expect When Preparing Your Commercial Roof For Fall And Winter

Posted on: 4 August 2015
If you own a commercial property, it is important to get your roof prepared for the winter. It is best to take action during the fall especially if you live in a region that is prone to snow and ice. This is because both of these are prone to melting, and if the roof has not been prepped in advance, there is a risk for water penetrating through cracks. This can cause leaks and other roofing damages.
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