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It’s Fix a Leak Week! 2012

Mar. 13, 2012

Leaks in American homes account for, on average, 10,000 gallons of wasted per home ever year; that’s why WaterSense, a division of the Environmental Protection Agency, promotes Fix a Leak Week every year to remind Americans to check their fixtures for leaks. This year, Fix a Leak Week is March…

Spring into Energy Efficiency

Feb. 29, 2012

Spring is right around the corner; you were good all winter and followed all the energy-efficiency tips you could find, but a change in weather means you’ll need new ideas for top efficiency. The warmer weather means you’ll be concentrating more on keeping cool than keeping warm.

Humid Air Is Good Air

Feb. 12, 2012

This time of year, dry air is common both outside and inside your home; a humidifier is a good way to relieve the dry nose, throat, lips and skin go along with the dry air. On the other side, high humidity can encourage the growth of mold, mildew, and organisms…

Program Your Way to Savings and Comfort

Jan. 25, 2012

A programmable thermostat can save you about 10% of your energy costs per year by automatically adjusting your home’s temperature when you are home, asleep, or at work. After the initial installation, you’ll spend just a few minutes twice a year changing the temperature settings. For an average savings of…

The Effects of Caustic Drain Cleaners. A Michigan Tech Explains.

Jan. 18, 2012

Anyone who uses chemicals on clogs, from toilet to sink to shower, should know the effects the chemicals have on pipes and the environment, as well as the danger to humans.

Resolve to Save Money on Energy Costs

Jan. 04, 2012

Now that the holidays and all their accompanying expenses are gone, many of us have made resolutions to save money and be greener in the new year—and being more energy efficient at home without spending much money is a great way to start. There are so many quick and simple…

Plumbing Tools to Have on Hand

Dec. 14, 2011

When a plumbing emergency strikes, everyone--from a novice to the most experienced do-it-yourselfer--should call a professional…but what do you do while you’re waiting for the doorbell to ring? There are steps you should take to minimize the damage that can occur before the plumber arrives, and tools you should have…

Healthy Plumbing Makes for a Happier Holiday

Nov. 11, 2011

You spend weeks planning for houseguests and get-togethers during the holidays, but you should also plan for the additional burden that will be placed on your home’s plumbing to ensure that you won’t be adding an emergency plumber to your guest list.

Time Is Running Out for Federal Tax Credits

Nov. 07, 2011

Federal tax credits may be available for improvements to your home’s energy-efficient features, including heating and cooling equipment, water heaters, windows, and insulation-- as long as the improvements are completed by the end of 2011. If you have already made improvements, read on to find out if you may be…

Don’t Wait for Disaster to Hit

Oct. 19, 2011

When it comes to your plumbing, disaster usually hits when you least expect it.  Being prepared can help save you hundreds or possibly thousands in damage and repairs.  If you have an emergency plumbing problem and don’t have a regular plumber who services your home, you may have a difficult…
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