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Using Your Basic Tools

Dec 19 2005

Get Everything Done Quickly Using Your Basic Tools

No one wants to have their house equipment broken. But it might happen if your electricity goes off or your water system stops working properly due to a broken or improper installation. You then realize it will take a whole day to wait for your electricians or plumbers to come. So, what should you do? …

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Bathroom Remodel

Dec 19 2005

Bathroom Remodeling Checklist

Careful planning is the key to a successful bathroom remodeling project Before you begin any work in the bathroom, create a budget, a floor plan, a list of supplies, a timetable, and important legal considerations. Let’s break it down by subject. 1. Create a budget Determine how much money you can comfortably spend, and save …

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Nov 11 2005

Make Your Duct System More Efficient

There are two elements to your heating system that need to work in tandem to deliver warm air in an efficient manner. The first is the furnace, and you’re aware of the need to change the filters and perform any other routine maintenance that the manufacturer recommends. The other half of the system — unseen …

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Nov 8 2005

Furnace Cleaning, Maintenance & Tune-ups

This winter is coming fast, faster then you or your house may be ready. Besides the fear of the rising oil prices, you shouldn’t have to worry about your furnace or heater not working properly. Having a heating system service done now will ensure that the heat will come on when it is finally needed. …

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Nov 8 2005

Hot Water – How Hot Is Too Hot?

Hot Water Safety Even though a water temperature of 110° F is ‘relatively-safe’, exposure can be painful; the human pain threshold is around 106-108° F. As the chart reproduced below reveals, the severity of a burn is a function of the temperature of the water and the duration of the exposure and the condition of …

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Air Purifier

Oct 27 2005

Home Air Purifiers – Healthy Home Solution

If you are looking to buy a new home air purifier, check our tips that will help you make an informed decision. Air Purifiers Air purifiers have become an essential component in many households today. Home air purifiers filter out allergy-provoking substances, such as dust mites, chemical and organic odors, pet dander and plant pollen. …

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Gas Water Heater

Oct 25 2005

Gas Water Heaters – How to Choose?

Why Choose a Gas Water Heater Choosing a gas water heater is perhaps the wisest choice when installing or replacing a hot water heater in your home because they are much more economical than their electric counterparts. In fact, most gas water heaters operate on less than half of the cost associated with conventional electric …

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Home Energy Audits

Oct 12 2005

Home Energy – Efficiency & Audits

Home Energy Audits Lower your household costs by regularly scheduling a home energy audit to improve and evaluate what measures you can take to make your home more energy efficient. A home energy audit is the first step every homeowner must do in order to assess how much energy your home is consuming. An audit …

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ac replacement 1-800 Anytime Plumbing, heating, air

Sep 29 2005

Air Conditioning Tips & Tricks You Must Know!

We will be giving everyone a few simple tips and steps that can end up saving you a lot of money when it comes to running your air conditioner. A little planning before installing your air conditioner will save you energy and money.
heater conservation

Sep 26 2005

36 Ways to Lower Your Heating Cost this Winter

Everyone’s heard the news and are fearing the rising oil prices and the price of heating oil along with it, too. While there is no hope to personally adjust the oil costs, there’s plenty we can do to help you get the most warmth from every heating dollar– from providing expert heating system maintenance to …

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Energy Saving Tips

Sep 26 2005

Energy Saving Tips

Cutting back unnecessary energy use is an easy way to keep your hard earned money in your pocket. Here are some suggestions you can do at home, at absolutely no cost to you.
Leaking Pipe

Sep 23 2005

Emergency Plumbing Procedures

Before a plumbing emergency occurs, you can do a few things to minimize the damage and make any problem easier to handle. Learn the guidelines and tips to surviving any plumbing emergency without resorting to calling a plumber.

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