• September

      30

      2016
    • 559
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    4 for Fall

    It’s that time of year again. Fall is here! The season change brings with it changes also in what we eat, wear, and do. Where are my pumpkin spiced latte, sweater wearing, and hayride enthusiasts? I love this time of year! With the relentless heat and humidity of summer in the rear view, cooler temperatures

    • August

      14

      2016
    • 599
    • 0

    What happens if your Water Heater doesn’t go to its Happy Place?

    We all have our own unique happy places. Happy places are those places where we find enjoyment and relaxation. Happy places for some might be the golf course. For others, it might be a hike in the woods. Wherever your happy place is it’s a place you go to when life gets to be too

    • July

      4

      2016
    • 624
    • 0

    If Only…

    I don’t know about you guys but over my lifetime I’ve began a lot of sentences with, “I should have done ____________.” Or, If only I would have ___________.” Like leaving your front door open while the air conditioner is running in this sauna-like July heat, regret is a waste of energy. American author, Mercedes

    • June

      5

      2016
    • 608
    • 0

    Don’t Want Mold Gremlins? Make Sure Your Bathroom Ventilation Sucks.

    Raise your hand if you like moldy fog? Unless you’re the Toxic Avenger you didn’t raise your hand. I want to make sure you understand the importance of why your bathroom ventilation needs to suck. Let me explain what I’m talking about. What Bathroom Ventilation Is and What It Does Bathroom exhaust fans are designed

    • May

      8

      2016
    • 560
    • 0

    Air Duct Cruelty- What it is and How to Avoid It

    Most Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Manufacturers (HVAC) recommend that their units are serviced once per year by a licensed or certified HVAC contractor. This is important in order to ensure that the equipment is running efficiently and that you get the most years of service from it. Replacing the entire unit can be very

    • April

      26

      2016
    • 663
    • 0

    Who Knew?- Dryer Lint for the Creative.

    In the last blog I told you about the dangers of clogged up dryer ducts. For every load of laundry you do bits of fiber break off from our clothing due to the friction caused during the drying cycle. Those tiny bits of fiber accumulate and form together to what we know as lint. Which looks

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