3 Things To Know About Allergies And The Filter In Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 13 February 2017

Those who want to effectively rid their HVAC system of dust and other potential allergens would do best to have their duct system professionally cleaned. Yet be aware that even this won't completely eliminate the possibility of allergens entering your home. To do that, you'll need to equip your air conditioner with the right type of filter. If you would like to learn more about the role your AC filter plays in allergies, read on.
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A Guide to Choosing a New Boiler for Your Home

Posted on: 6 February 2017

If you have recently learned that you will soon need to buy a new boiler for your home, you may have already noticed that your purchase is likely to be an expensive one. Given that some new boilers can be expected to last up to 20 years, the purchase price makes sense, but the price tag can still be a bit shocking. If this is your first time to buy a new boiler or if it has been many years since you made that investment, it will behoove you to learn about changes in the use and existence of boilers.
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How To Manage Safety During A Home Remodel

Posted on: 29 December 2016

A home remodel can involve many workers, many different projects, and people with different goals. Somewhere in the mix, someone needs to be aware of the safety of everyone so that the job site stays safe for all. Here are some ways that you can manage safety during a home remodel. Being Selective About Contractors The first thing that you can do is to hire contractors who know what they are doing.
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How To Give Your Garden A Custom Makeover With A Xeriscaping Design

Posted on: 9 December 2016

The time has come to renovate the garden and you may want to have custom landscaping to improve the look of your home. Today, there are many modern styles that you can choose from for a unique look for your garden, such as xeriscaping and hardscaping. Xeriscape landscaping is the use of plants that are more tolerant to dry weather. If you want to have an interesting landscaping design with living plants, here are some xeriscaping ideas to give your garden a custom look:
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