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Cleaning and Home Maintenance Resolutions for the New Year

It felt like the day might never come, but 2020 is finally behind us. Happy New Year to all! As we move into 2021, countless people are already busy making sure this year gets off to a good start. One great way to do that is with a little home maintenance and cleaning.  While the spring is a great …

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Reducing Dust Presence in Your Home

No one likes dust. Not only is it unsightly, but it can irritate your eyes, throat, and skin. It’s particularly troubling for those with allergies, asthma, and lung issues, making it difficult to breath at times.  While dust is easy enough to wipe away, it’s quick to return. Many people find themselves having to dust their home’s surfaces multiple …

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Now is the Time to Check for Radon

Between the winter weather and the on-going COVID-19 restrictions, you’re bound to be staying in your house quite a bit over the next few months. What many don’t realize is that there are often hidden dangers hiding in your home. Some of them may even be in the air you’re breathing.  One of the most dangerous substances that makes …

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Are Scented Candles Safe?

Everyone should want cleaner, fresher air in their home. Not only is it better for your health, but it leaves your home smelling better. Rather than actually cleaning their air, however, many homeowners opt to use artificial air fresheners instead. Whether it’s a plugin or an aerosol spray, these items can provide an appealing scent.   However, air fresheners come …

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Getting Your Heater/Furnace Ready for Winter

With fall well underway, it’s possible you’ve already turned your heat on during a particularly chilly day. When it’s 50-60 degrees outside, a furnace or central heater can warm up a home pretty quickly. Once temperatures start dropping below freezing, however, your home’s heating system is put to the test. If it’s not up to the challenge, you may be left sitting in the …

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Are There Harmful Particles in Your Home’s Air?

It’s important to keep your home’s air clean, especially these days. Over the past year, most of us are spending more time in our homes than ever due to major events being cancelled and businesses operating remotely. The air you breath can have a profound impact on your general health and well-being.   Just because your home’s air smells pleasant doesn’t actually mean it’s clean.   There …

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Is It Time to Clean Your Dryer Vent?

It’s important to keep your dryer vents clean. Not only do clean dryer vents help improve your dryer’s performance and extend its life, but they drastically reduce the chances of a fire happening in your home. Dryer and washing machines contribute to 15,960 structure fires every year. The leading cause of these fires is a simple failure to clean.   By regularly having your dryer vents …

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Is Your AC Bothering Your Allergies?

With the summer heat reaching its peak, many people are shutting their windows and turning up their air conditioners. While the cool air is nice, some may find they’re experiencing dry eyes, stuffy noises, itchy skin, and more.   Could your air conditioning be the cause?  The Darkside of Central Air Systems  Central air conditioning can be a wonderful …

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Keeping Your Clean and Protecting Against Sickness

With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, people are more conscious than ever about the spread of sickness. Lysol wipes and hand sanitizer have become mainstays for virtually every home and business. While they do a great job of handling surface germs, they don’t do anything for airborne sickness. Masks can help in public places, but …

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