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Month: January 2020

What You Need To Know About Radon And How It Affects Your Home

January 25, 2020

What is radon? You hear about it more and more and you’ve likely seen quite a few commercials about as you flip through channels on the TV. Whether you know it or not, radon is often referred to as “the silent killer” and it’s pretty dangerous stuff. What is radon? Simply, it’s a naturally occurring […]

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LED vs Induction Lighting Which Is Your Best Illumination Solution?

January 22, 2020

LED and induction lighting are some of the popular low wattage lighting options on the market. They’re ideal because they consume less energy than fluorescent and HID lamps. If you’re at your local store, making a choice between LED and induction lighting may be a challenge if you’re not equipped with the right information. This […]

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5 Key Activities in the Design Build Process

January 22, 2020

A design-build approach is a type of construction and home remodeling process that offers plenty of advantages over the traditional construction, where you first have to obtain architectural plans and then look for a contractor who can execute the plans within your budget. Some major advantages of using a design build approach include fostering teamwork, […]

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HVAC Services Play an Important Role in the Value of a Home

January 20, 2020

This is one of those mornings when you watched the thermostat in the car plummet from the more toasty 25 degrees of the garage to the four degrees of the outside temperature during the mere 10 minute drive into work. It is also one of the mornings when you are thankful for a well working […]

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How Efficiently Does the Heating and Cooling System in Your Home Work?

January 16, 2020

The middle of winter may not seem like the time to be concerned about residential AC repair and the coldest day of the year may not seem like a time when you need to worry about the needed maintenance before the next season changes. The reality, however, is that you need to work on getting […]

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Why You A Contractor To Lower Radon Levels In Your Home

January 16, 2020

As a homeowner, one of your biggest worries when it comes to protecting your home is dealing with radon. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 1 in 15 American homes has radon levels at or above the recommended level. What the heck is radon you ask? It’s a naturally occurring gas that can’t […]

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Fixing The Inside And Outside Of A Home What Plumbers Do

January 15, 2020

In the United States, there are millions of homes. In fact, in years prior there were about 138.45 million homes throughout the entirety of the United States. This number is expected to rise steadily as years progress. Since there are millions of homes, it is understandable that there are millions of individuals who occupy these […]

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What You Need To Know About The Threat Of Radon In Your Home

January 15, 2020

Radon is more prevalent in homes throughout the United States than you might realize. As a matter of fact, you might have radon in your home and not even know it, as radon is invisible to the naked eye as well as tasteless and odorless. In up to seven states and three Native American reservations, […]

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Taking Control of Your Time and Making Goals for the New Decade

January 14, 2020

Your goal for 2020 is to be intentional with your time. This means that you chose carefully in who you spend time with and what you spend time doing. You do not expect perfection because there are big time suckers out there and obviously obligations that you must do; however, you would like to be […]

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Keep Your Sewage System in Great Shape with Regular Maintenance and Repairs

January 14, 2020

For a comfortable, convenient life at home, there can be quite a few things that you need to make provision for. A smoothly running home can be a combination of a number of separate systems and solutions that need to work together seamlessly in order to make life at home comfortable and relaxing. Each of […]

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