2 Air Conditioning Errors That Might Damage Your System

Posted on: 7 July 2015

If you are like most people who make the switch from box fans to central air conditioning, you might feel like your HVAC problems are a thing of the past. However, your HVAC system needs attention and maintenance, just like any other home appliance. Here are two air conditioning errors that might damage your system and how you can avoid trouble: 1: Ignoring Airflow After you move in to a new house, you might have your own ideas about what to do with the backyard.
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Summertime Boiler Maintenance Tips

Posted on: 2 June 2015

With summer in full swing, there's a good chance you won't have to think about your boiler for a while. Nevertheless, it's a good idea to keep it ready to tackle the first cold weeks of autumn – and what better way to do just that than with some summertime maintenance? Given the extended downtime that the summer season offers, now is the best time to give your boiler some well-needed preventative maintenance and repair.
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5 Tips For Keeping Your Aluminum Storefront Looking Clean

Posted on: 30 April 2015

Aluminum storefronts look beautiful, and compared to many other types of facades, they require considerably less maintenance. For the most part, you don't have to worry about repainting, sanding or sealing like you do with wood, and you don't have to worry about masonry repairs like you would with a brick storefront. However, eventually, your aluminum storefront will become dirty. Luckily, with the right approach, cleaning your aluminum storefront and protecting it from staining is relatively easy.
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Make Moving Your Garden To A New Home Effortless With This Easy Guide

Posted on: 1 April 2015

You've packed up the clothes, you've packed up the furniture--maybe you even packed up the kitchen sink in the process. Did you know that you can even take your beloved garden with you, too? With a little bit of skill and patience, you can pack it up and have the movers transport it to your new home. By working with your moving company and following the instructions below, you'll be able to keep enjoying your much-loved plants year after year.
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