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3 Important Considerations For Your New Furnace Installation

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Do you have an old furnace that’s reached the end of its useful life? Is it time for a new furnace? While new heating installation can be costly, it’s usually a wise investment, especially in colder climates. Your new furnace will likely be significantly more efficient than your old one, so you’ll probably recoup your installation costs with lower utility bills. Also, if you’re in a cold area and your old furnace is completely broken, you may not have much choice but to install a new one.…

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Protecting Your Trees From Hypoxylon Canker

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Trees that have a discolored, dry, or sick appearance may be infected with type of fungus known as Hypoxylon Canker. This type of infection will cause a tree’s bark and branches to drop off, revealing a fungal tissue underneath that is called the stroma. Stroma can range widely in color; however, it is usually gray.  Once an infection of Hypoxylon Canker becomes severe, there’s not much that can be done to save infected trees.…

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How To Increase Your Home's Curb Appeal With Concrete Improvements

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When you want to increase the curb appeal of your home and you have concrete, there are improvements you can make to it that are both easy and affordable. Both repairs and cosmetic updates for concrete are fast, give dramatic results, and are incredibly cheap when compared to major home improvements. So if you want a win-win for your home and your wallet, there are a few things you need to do to your existing concrete.…

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How To Mount A Window Fan

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When you’re using the air conditioning system in your home to keep things cool during the summer, your electricity bills can rise as fast as the temperature outside. However, one way to keep your home cool without using your air conditioning system is to make use of window fans and box fans. Mounted in a window, these fans can ensure a flow of fresh air through your home. While manufacturers do make fans specifically for windows, it’s relatively easy to adapt box fans for this purpose.…

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Four Benefits Of Seasonal Maintenance For Your HVAC System

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You may have heard that having your HVAC system serviced annually will help to prevent problems. This is true, but you may want to consider seasonal maintenance. This can be done with a service contract with your local HVAC contractor. When the cold season is coming to an end, they will check your AC to make sure it is working properly for the hot months. They will also service your heating before winter starts, and do a lot of other common repairs and maintenance to your HVAC system.…

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