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3 Home Repairs You Should Never Try On Your Own

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Do you consider yourself to be a do-it-yourself kind of person? If you enjoy making repairs on things around your home, you’re not alone. The proliferation of DIY television shows and websites that are around these days attests to the popularity of doing things on your own. While that is admirable, you should know not every home repair should be attempted on your own. There are certain home repairs that take special training to do properly and safely. Read More»

4 Environmentally Friendly HVAC Systems

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HVAC systems can have a substantial negative impact on the environment due to the fact that they are almost constantly being run to heat or cool down your home, usually fueled by resources that are not renewable. However, as more and more people start to become concerned about the environment, new green HVAC alternatives have started to crop up and become more and more common. Biomass for Heating Biomass is an easy and efficient way to heat your home that has a lower impact on the environment than heating your home by traditional sources. Read More»

4 Ways To Prevent Moisture From Ruining Your Garage

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Your garage, just like the rest of your house, is subject to damage that can be caused by water. This damage rains from rotting and damaging the wood of your garage and garage door, to causing the moving mechanical parts of your garage to rust and malfunction. To avoid having to call a garage door repair professional to get your garage repaired due to moisture damage, or outfitted with a whole new garage, utilize these tips to prevent moisture damage in your garage. Read More»