4 Tips for Quality Chimney Maintenance

Posted on: 15 September 2015

Before you know it, the biting temperatures of fall and winter will be here. For that reason, you will need to get your chimney in order so that it is operating safely and with the best performance. Keeping this in mind, you should make sure that you understand some chimney repair and maintenance tasks that will keep it up and running. Follow these tips and use them in the best way possible for your household.
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2 Great Reasons To Consider A New Central Air Unit

Posted on: 26 August 2015

Replacing an aging central air conditioning unit, or installing a new one for the first time, is a great way to improve your home. A new central air unit can provide you with a great benefits, such as improved indoor air quality and increased energy efficiency. Improved Indoor Air Quality One of the biggest downsides to having an old central air system is that it can often degrade over the years, which can cause its filtration system to become less efficient.
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Clearing Out Your Clogged Bathroom Sink Drain

Posted on: 11 August 2015

Over time, debris builds up in your bathroom sink until it starts to flow slowly, or stop draining completely. You may be able to pull some of the material out, but if you have a pop-up drain stopper, the clog may be wrapped around the mechanical pieces that open and close the drain. You can call a plumbing services company if you're uncomfortable working with your household plumbing. But if you're a DIY homeowner, here is how you can take the drain apart and clear out that clog in a few minutes.
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Interior Design Tips To Make Those Small Rooms Look Larger

Posted on: 28 July 2015

Designers use a variety of techniques to make spaces look much larger. These techniques are available to you to transform small, confining rooms in your home or apartment into spacious-feeling living areas. Here are some easy-to-do tips to open up your rooms and make your home brighter and more welcoming. Using Color and Contrasts The key with color is to not trap the eyes in any one place. Earth tones, such as tan, gray and light brown, allow the eyes to move through a room, making it appear larger.
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