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by intellifax175
10 months ago
3 Tips for Removing Mold in Your Home

Mold is just not disgusting to look at, but it can bring about sickness and diseases to you and your family. Exposure to mold can make you more likely to get colds, breathing complications, nasal troubles, and sinus blockage. It can also cause sore throats and skin...

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by LPerry
1 year ago
Magnetized Ceiling Register Air Deflector Models For AC Or Heat

Being able to deflect your AC or heat with an easy-to-use magnetized air deflector makes your home more comfortable and versatile.

Home & Garden
by mjpyro
2 years ago
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Venting a Home for Proper Air Circulation and Moisture Control

Installing a vapor barrier in combination with proper ventilation of your attic or crawl space can reduce energy expenditure and prevent potential damage from too much moisture in the home.

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by Yindee
2 years ago
DIY with recycled glass to enhance and extend your home

Build walls with old glass bottles. Then cover walls in broken glass and pieces of mirror. Use bits and pieces that you normally chuck away to produce a work of art at little or no cost.

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by mjpyro
2 years ago
How Can You Improve Indoor Air Quality? Choose the Right Air Filter for Your A/C

This article discusses the various types of furnace filters available on the market.

Home & Garden
by Nikon
3 years ago
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Reliable Sources of Heat for Greenhouses and Farmsteads

Greenhouses and farmsteads across the world need affordable and reliable sources of heat.

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by Sam Jones
3 years ago
Upgrade to a Glow Worm Boiler for Free With an ECO Grant

In this article we look at Uk schemes under the umbrella of the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation that give people the opportunity to replace their boilder with an energy efficient model

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by ImJusSaiyan
3 years ago
Simple and Cheap Tips to Increase the Efficiency of your House and Save you Money

Reading and following the simple steps given in this article, you may be able to save hundred of dollars on unneeded utility expenses per month while making your house more efficient.

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by Brian_Dick
3 years ago
Why Is My AC Unit Leaking?

Quick checklist to find the source of your AC Leak

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by Anthony Larratt
3 years ago
How A/C Systems Work

In this article, I will provide a quick explanation of the most basic components of an air conditioning system.

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by JengoJengo
3 years ago
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What's The Best Programmable Thermostat?

Using a programmable thermostat can really save you money.  Here are our top picks for the best on the market (and the best value...)

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by Meggie
3 years ago
Water Heater Maintenance

If you own a water heater in your home or business, to ensure that the appliance works effectively for a long time, you need to do proper maintenance. You can do this on a monthly or yearly basis, depending on the age and model of the unit, and your schedule. If...

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4 years ago
Save Money on Heating Bills This Winter

There are some simple ways to save money on your home heating costs this winter. As costs to heat your home increase in cold winter weather there are some simple ways to keep more of those dollars in your pocket, rather than going up the proverbial chimney.

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by Eleanor Candy
4 years ago
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Stay Warm This Winter With Oil Filled Electric Radiators

Oil filled electric radiators can help reduce the cost of your energy bills and they can quickly heat up any room in your home or office.

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by Robert VanNorden
4 years ago
5 shares
How to Eliminate Air in a Noisy Forced Hot Water Baseboard Heating System by Purging the System

This article will walk the average homeowner through the process of purging unwanted air from a hot water baseboard heating system. An easy to follow instructional guide that can help you to quiet down that pesky river sound.

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by Robert VanNorden
4 years ago
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Forced Hot Water Baseboard Heating Systems Explained

Forced hot water heating, also know as hydronic heating, is one of the most popular ways to heat a home. Any homeowner with this type of heating can benefit from knowing a little bit about the inner workings of the apparatus that keeps the family warm. This article can enlighten anyone to how this type of heating system works.

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by Dr_E
4 years ago
How to Fix Lukewarm Radiators

Fixing lukewarm radiators really is a DIY job. All you need is a 36c radiator key to bleed the air out of each cool radiator. Even other possibilities only need pliers and a screwdriver . . .

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by Robert VanNorden
4 years ago
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How To Add A Zone To A Hot Water Baseboard Heating System

This article will explain the procedure to add a zone of baseboard to a hot water heating system.

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by Ryan James
4 years ago
What you need to know before buying a Window Air Conditioner

Late last summer we bought a new house and for the first time in about a decade, didn't have central air conditioning.  In my opinion, having a cool place to sleep at night is an absolute necessity.  I have reached this point in my life after having spent one-too-many nights in my 20's sleeping under a wet towel.

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by H20S3
4 years ago
Money Saving Thermostats: Nest Learning Thermostat Review

Money Saving Thermostats: Nest Learning Thermostat is before its time with the capability to auto correct where your heating and cooling temperature should be at. This money saving thermostat is perfect for people looking to cut down on their electric bills.

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