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How To Clean Your Air Conditioner's Evaporator Coil

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You’ve used your air conditioner to keep your home comfortable while the outside temperatures continued to climb. However, recently, your air conditioner just hasn’t provided as much cooling to your home as it once did—even though you’ve replaced your air filter and had your refrigerant charged by a professional. In such a case, it’s likely your evaporator coil is dirty. Clean it by following these steps: Gain Access To Your Evaporator Coil Read More»

Keep The Itch Away: How To Protect Yourself From Fiberglass And What To Do Should You Be Exposed

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Fiberglass insulation is simpleto install, and that makes it a popular choice for homeowners who want to do the work themselves. However, fiberglass is also known for its annoying tendency to cause skin irritation. While the irritation is usually mild, it can cause significant reactions in some people. That’s why it’s best to prevent the irritating effects of fiberglass insulation by preparing ahead of time. But, if you do find yourself exposed, there are effective home treatments you can use to rid yourself of the itching and burning. Read More»

Plumbing Emergencies: What to Do When There's a Leak

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Water squirting from the plumbing fixtures can cause damage throughout the home. If the water leakage is not resolved as soon as possible, water that is pooling on the floor and the walls can easily cause thousands of dollars worth of damage. Even small leaks that are hard to detect from the plumbing can cause water to pool overtime and have damaging effects. Studies have shown that water leakages account for 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water loss each and every year, which can equates to a huge water bill for you. Read More»