5 Things You Can Do For Earth Day Around The Home

Posted on on April 22nd, 2019

Happy Earth Day! While we should always be conscious about the environment every day, here’s a yearly reminder about how you can do your part to save energy and give mother Earth some well-deserved TLC. Fix Leaky Faucets A drip here and there might not seem like a big problem, but not tending to leaky […]

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What Happens if You Run Your A/C Without a Filter

Posted on on April 19th, 2019

As the weather gets warmer and you prep your home for summer, you’ll want to make sure your A/C is running properly with all parts in working order before it’s time to turn it on. While your A/C unit will still run without a filter, it’ can cause a lot of issues and some can […]

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Are Your Cleaning Habits Causing Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Posted on on April 17th, 2019

Everyone loves a clean home that smells wonderful. While you may work hard to get your home gleaming, you may be causing your air quality to decline. Here are the top three culprits that can make your indoor air quality less than desirable. Cleaning Products While you may have your favorite “go to” cleaning product, […]

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Why are My Pipes Corroded?

Posted on on April 15th, 2019

Corroding pipes in the home is not an unusual problem — usually caused by oxidation and aging over time. While pipe replacement may turn into a headache, but leaving your pipes in a corroded state can create a more significant problem if not addressed. Here red flags of you may have pipe corrosion Water Discoloration […]

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How Poor Indoor Air Quality Affects Allergies

Posted on on April 10th, 2019

Spring is peak season for allergies. Allergens, such as dust, pollen, and animal dander, can make life miserable for many people — and stuffy noses, watery eyes, and headaches are common symptoms. Moreover, the quality of the air can significantly impact the frequency with which people experience their symptoms, both in the workplace and at […]

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