Winterize Your Home

Here are some winter home preparation tips that could prevent a plumbing disaster when the temperatures start plummeting. 1. Remove all your garden hoses from spigots and store away 2. Shut off water to outside spigots where possible 3. Close crawl space foundation vents 4. Seal air leaks at the
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Change Your Filter

As a homeowner you should always make sure the filter is regularly changed. When you purchase a filter, the manufacturer’s instructions include a recommendation for how often it should be changed. Filters can become clogged much sooner than that recommendation depending on factors in the home, such as excessive dust, pet
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Ceiling Fans

During the summer months a ceiling fan should be blowing straight down (blades turning counter-clockwise) to help cool you off via a wind chill effect. Fan speed should be on medium or high. During the winter months the fan speed should be set to low and reversed (blades turning clockwise)
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Excess Humidity

Moisture and excess humidity in your home can cause irreversible damage to your home, and even worse may put your health at risk. We have a solution! Our dehumidifier will drastically outperform the ones you buy in the store. On average ours removes 2 ½ more gallons of water per
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