August 7, 2019

Summer Heat Got You Down?

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Dirty A/C Coils If you have air conditioning equipment that you rely on, chances are you probably understand the importance of regular maintenance. But the trouble is, not all preventative maintenance includes coil cleaning. If a service vendor has been recommending this procedure, you may be wondering why you need to clean A/C coils. Here’s a quick explanation followed by more information for those of you who want the details. Why clean A/C coils? The
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Grilling out is one of the most fun parts of summer, not to mention cooking outside helps to keep your house cool inside. Before you fire up the grill, check out these grilling safety tips that you should heed to avoid any accidents. Keep Your Grill Clean Keeping your grill clean should always be added to your list of grilling safety tips. A clean grill will cook your food more efficiently than one that’s caked in crusted food or

June 16, 2019

Easy Ideas for Saving Water at Home

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Easy Ideas for Saving Water at Home There are steps you can take to lower your monthly utility costs, including those associated with your water bill. Take a closer look at the benefits of saving water at home to see how some easy changes to daily habits can help your family save money while reducing your carbon footprint. Benefits of Saving Water at Home The water we use daily has to be treated, processed, and
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Heating your home often accounts for a large portion of your energy costs  You may wonder if there are things you can do to reduce that extra expense every winter. In this article, we provide some ways to heat your home efficiently. 1. Use Your Oven or Wood-Burning Appliance More Often During the winter, you’ll likely spend some nights sitting by a cozy fire. Or you may find yourself using your oven more often to
Dyer Lint Accumulation – Fire Hazard Texas Reliable Inspections The US Fire Administration, which is a division of the US Department of Homeland Security reports that clothes dryers were the instrumental cause of an estimated 15,600 structure fires, fifteen deaths, 400 injuries and almost 100 million dollars of property damage each year.  Lack of regular maintenance, which means cleaning lint build up in the exhaust hoses of dryers, was the leading cause of clothes dryer