Is There a Difference Between Indoor and Outdoor Extension Cords?

Posted on on August 24th, 2019

When you need power up devices with shorter cords that won’t reach electrical outlets, most likely you’ll use an extension cord. Whether using an extension cord indoors or outside, it’s essential to understand that not just any extension cord will do. Many people don’t realize that using an indoor electrical cord outdoors can be a […]

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Thunderstorm Myths vs. Facts

Posted on on August 21st, 2019

Thunderstorms — you either love them or hate them, but despite how you feel when mother nature strikes, you may have heard some mistruths about how to keep safe during a storm. Read on to learn about the common misconceptions about thunderstorm safety. Myth #1 – Lighting never strikes in the same place twice. The […]

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Bathroom Prep Tips For Your Kid’s First Day of School

Posted on on August 19th, 2019

Heading back to school can be exciting for both parents and their children, but it can be hectic nonetheless. While the bathroom is the busiest room in the house on the first day of school, there are ways to keep it smooth sailing. Here three hacks that can not only make your mornings more manageable, […]

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Does Your AC System Have “Dirty Sock” Syndrome?

Posted on on August 16th, 2019

When you turn on your AC, it may be keeping you cool, but if you’re noticing a strange musty smell, there could be a problem. This stinky odor could be due to “dirty sock” syndrome. Here’s what causes it and how you can restore your indoor air. What Is Dirty Sock Syndrome? No, you didn’t […]

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What is Energy Saver Mode on My AC?

Posted on on August 6th, 2019

Saving energy can also mean saving money on your utility bill. Virtually all AC units whether central air or a window unit comes with an energy saver mode button. Here are some good reasons why you need to press that button! Lower Your Energy Bill Running your AC in energy saver mode has many benefits, […]

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