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6 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Utility Bills this Winter

As a homeowner, utility bills account for a high portion of your monthly expenses. Because of this, it’s important to keep those bills as low as possible this winter. In addition to keeping your home well maintained, there are several simple ways to make sure your energy costs stay low. 1. Exploit the Greenhouse Effect… (read more)

DIY Plumbing Maintenance: Think Prevention, Not Repair

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For the past three weeks, DIY plumbing was our topic. What if you could perform DIY plumbing maintenance and take preventive measures to lessen the need for DIY plumbing repairs? It’s almost fall, and time to look around the house for potential plumbing problems. Do you have time for water damage from leaks, burst pipes,… (read more)

4 Quick Budget-Friendly Tips to Extend the Life of Your Heating System

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The typical life cycle of a newer model furnace is 15 to 20 years. At 15 years, you should begin examining replacement options. However, there are a few simple steps that will ensure you get the maximum lifespan out of your heating system. To improve the life and efficiency of your furnace, try the following… (read more)

Appliance Repair Costs Are Easily Avoidable With These 13 Tips

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Appliance repair bills can unexpectedly cost you hundreds, even thousands of dollars. Maintaining your appliances to keep them running at their optimal performance is crucial. Follow these tips to get the best out of your appliances and home systems!   1. Don’t overload your washer Washers were built with a very specific design for a reason. Clothes rub… (read more)