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26
Jan

How to Keep Your Home Warm During Winter

It’s that time of year again. The weather is freezing, and any way you can find to keep your home warm is a blessing. When it comes to heating, if you take the necessary precautions and steps for care, you’ll see the effort in your home’s performance. You should have your furnace inspected professionally before the cold weather arrives and

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26
Jan

The Basics on Changing Air Filters

Air filters are a vital component to an efficient and clean-running household. When you maintain a clean air filter in your home, you benefit in many ways. Not only can you breathe easier, it helps keep your HVAC system at its peak. The one key is to know when and how often to change out your filters. The rule of

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19
Jan

Tankless Water Heaters vs. Traditional Water Heaters

Deciding what kind of water heater to put in is an important choice for a homeowner. We offer several types of water heaters including gas, tankless and electric. While our most popular choice is a gas water heater, you need to choose a water heater that will fit your lifestyle and budget. Behind heating and cooling, water heating is typically

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19
Jan

How to Keep Air Clean in Your Home

Winter can be a tough time, the air is dry and stale, and it’s too cold to open a window to air your house out. If you have breathing issues, or someone in your family has allergies, keeping the air clean in your home is very important. However, there are several products that can improve the air quality in your

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19
Dec

How to Keep Your Pipes From Freezing

With winter now upon all of us in the Chicagoland area, frozen or burst pipes can be a concern. The American Red Cross shared some tips to help homeowners keep their homes safe this winter. When water freezes, it expands, and the frozen water could burst pipes during cold weather. Water pipes that are outside, like water lines for sprinklers

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6
Dec

What to Do If Your Heater Breaks During Winter

What’s worse than braving a bitter-cold winter to get back to your home? Walking into your home and finding that the heater is broken. Although many homes and buildings are equipped with powerful heating furnaces, a breakdown is known to happen from time to time, and it’s certainly most inconvenient when it’s during a particularly cold winter season. Fortunately, there

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