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Pool Maintenance for Beginners
Pool Maintenance for Beginners

One of the most satisfying ways to enjoy hot summer days is a swimming pool. However, like many of the most rewarding home luxuries, a pool also comes with the responsibility of proper care. If you are a new pool owner or unsure of all the maintenance you should be performing, read our beginner’s guide

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8 Ways to Hide Your Outdoor AC Unit
8 Ways to Hide Your Outdoor AC Unit

Your air conditioning unit is essential for the summer months; especially for those in some parts of the country where air conditioning is a necessity, not a luxury. Regardless, nothing beats walking into a nice air-conditioned home on a hot day. Even the best A/C units can be an eyesore in comparison to the rest

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Summer Home Maintenance Checklist
Summer Home Maintenance Checklist

Despite the long and unusual spring we’ve endured this year, summer is right around the corner. For many of us, this means looking forward to beaches and barbecues. And while these months should be a time for relaxation, for homeowners this also means finding the time for summer home maintenance. Staying on top of necessary

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What to Do if Your Garage Door Won’t Open
What to Do if Your Garage Door Won’t Open

Your garage door opener is a great convenience you probably use almost every day but likely take for granted. In fact, the average garage door in the U.S. opens and closes 1,500 times per year. But what happens when your garage door opener doesn’t work? Garage door openers have an average lifespan of 10 to

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Do Frozen Pipes Always Burst?
Do Frozen Pipes Always Burst?

The short answer is “no.” However, you want to avoid frozen water pipes whenever possible. A burst pipe will not only cause you a lot of trouble, it can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars to repair the water damage it causes. But there are many ways to guard against this happening to you.

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How to Change Your Home Heating Oil Filter
How to Change Your Home Heating Oil Filter

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that heating and cooling account for over half of all energy utilized in the average household. In fact, more energy and money is spent on heating your home than on any other process – usually comprising approximately 42 percent of your energy bill. With so much invested in your

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Fall Home Maintenance Guide
Fall Home Maintenance Guide

Fall is finally here, which means winter is right around the corner. In the colder parts of the country, those winter months can reap costly damage if homeowners aren’t prepared. Below are some tips on fall home maintenance you should focus on this season. 1. Trees, Shrubs, & Garden Falling tree limbs could be a

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Delta T: What it is & Why it Matters
Delta T: What it is & Why it Matters

If you’ve had your HVAC system inspected recently, then you may have heard the word “delta” thrown around a lot. There are many “delta” terms used frequently in HVAC industry lingo: Delta P, Delta V, Delta H, Delta C… but in this article we’ll be covering “Delta T”, and why this measurement is important to

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4 Steps for Basic Deck Maintenance
4 Steps for Basic Deck Maintenance

Decks are made for summer. As a homeowner, decks are a convenient, low-budget way to entertain guests and enjoy the weather right in the security and comfort of your own home. However, decks can also require a lot of upkeep to keep them in top shape. If you own a deck at your home, you

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4 Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer
4 Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

If you have ever experienced an issue with your air conditioner during a summer heatwave, you already know the discomfort this could cause for you and your family. There’s nothing worse than waiting days or even weeks for a repair or new installation. However, you might not be aware of all the regular maintenance you

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R-22 Phaseout: What it Means for You
R-22 Phaseout: What it Means for You

The R-22 final phase out is fast approaching. R-22, also known as freon, is the old standard refrigerant for residential air conditioning units. Production of R-22 will end on January 1, 2020, but they will be recycling and selling refined R-22 refrigerant until 2030 or until the surplus is depleted. You may have heard a

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