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Don’t Be a Summer Water Hog!

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Each summer, many homeowners experience a big jump in their water bill. Warmer temperatures, lawn maintenance and outdoor summer activities all contribute to the increase in water consumption. With the increased need for water, the typical American household uses two to four times more water during the summer season than it will during the remaining […]

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A/C Working Double-time? You Might Be a Victim of Heat Gain

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Does it seem like your HVAC unit is constantly running to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home? Has your energy bill been steadily creeping up during the summer months? It’s possible that your home could be experiencing ‘heat gain.’ Residential heat gain, also known as thermal gain, is the heat gained through the infiltration, […]

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Smart Technology, Cool Home

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Nearly every piece of new technology we see nowadays has the ‘smart’ label applied. Smartphones are commonplace, smart watches are on the rise and smart TV’s can be found in more homes than ever. Smart technology is also changing the way we think about managing our home. You’ve most likely heard about Google’s Nest Learning Thermostat, one […]

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A Termite Walks into a Bar…

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What did the termite say when he walked into the bar? Where is the bar tender?   Seriously though, termites are no joke! Termites feed on dead plant material, generally in the form of timber, fallen logs, leaves, and other cellulose-containing materials. They can cause can cause serious structural damage to your home’s structure, porches, deck, […]

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Backyard Composting – Don’t Bug Out!

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  Starting your own compost pile is a great idea if you’d like to enrich your yard’s soil and plant life in an environmentally friendly way. Composting helps refresh dry, arid soil by encouraging the production of microorganisms that will break down organic matter. Composting also reduces the need for water, fertilizer and harmful pesticides […]

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6 Things You Can Do Now to Cool Down Your Home

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Running the air conditioning is obviously the best way to cool your home as the outdoor temperatures rise, but there are several great ways you can help keep your home cool! Try these quick tips for a cooling difference you can feel immediately in your home – and possibly even see savings on your next […]

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10 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Summer

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The temperature is rising and summer is here! We know you’re ready for the summer fun…. but is your home ready? Here are a few ways to get your home ready for hosting the beloved summer BBQ and keep your home efficient and cool! Ready to entertain? Prep your grill. Clean the grill surface and […]

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Avoid Clogs and Hassles

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Every day you put things down your drain – you flush the toilet, run the shower, use the dishwasher, turn on the garbage disposal and wash clothes with little thought to what happens behind the scenes. Watch for Warning Signs If you keep an eye on a few early warning signs, you can avoid a […]

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Are Ants Marching into Your Home?

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Ants are a telltale sign of summer… but these tiny bugs can become a real nuisance if they find their way inside your home. If you’ve spotted a handful of ants around your doors or any openings in your home, you can be sure that they’ve already found their way inside – and more are […]

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Does Mulch Attract or Repel Bugs?

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Spreading mulch around your landscape is incredibly beneficial for your yard. Mulch beds reduce weed growth around other plants, hold moisture in the soil and let water penetrate the ground more effectively. Evenly spread, colorful mulch also makes a yard appear more organized and maintained. However, different types of mulch have a tendency to attract […]

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