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Simple DIY Air Conditioner Cleaning

two outdoor air conditioner condensers amid sparse greenery

A major part of getting your home ready for winter is air conditioner cleaning. Taking proper care of the various components of your A/C will make sure it’s ready to go when spring rolls around, ultimately saving you in energy and repair costs. For your DIY air conditioner cleaning, you’ll need the following items: Replacement… (read more)

10 Steps to Winterizing a House

With the change of seasons come many delights—vibrant colors, warm gatherings of family and friends, and a lively nip in the air. The crisp atmosphere of fall is just a reminder that winter is on its way, and that means it’s time to get your home ready to deal with the cold. Fortunately, winterizing a… (read more)

How and When to Change Your Air Filter at Home

Sofa with air filter

Changing air filters is a necessary fact of owning or renting a home. Most homes have central AC these days, and ensuring that the air running through your home is clean is a crucial step in taking care of your health and the health of your family. In addition, changing your air filter regularly will… (read more)

Spring Cleaning with a Twist

Canoes

When spring cleaning this year, forget the stuffed closets and messy garages. Make a mundane task more fun by cleaning in groups and cleaning unusual areas and items. If you know your neighbors, go from house to house and work together. Laugh, have fun, and when you finish, order pizza and celebrate your accomplishments. Sports Equipment Start with sports equipment, then… (read more)

How You Can Have A Pool That You Can Be Proud Of

Pool maintenance is essential to having a sparkling oasis to relax in all summer long

Having a pool to cool off in during the hot summer months is a wonderful thing – especially if it is right in your backyard! If you are fortunate enough to have your own, you also know it requires regular maintenance to stay more “refreshing oasis” and less “bog from heck”. Luckily, it only takes… (read more)