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Furnace filters are the unsung heroes of the home when it comes to keeping indoor air clean and free of allergens. They also help remove particles sucked into vents that can build up over time and damage the furnace fan or heating coil. Filters vary in thickness and size, depending on the type of furnace in your home.

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Ants are quick to venture indoors in the search for food when their own resources are scarce.  Depending on where you live and the type of home you own, you may have experienced one or several ant invasions over the summer. 

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If you suffer from allergies or asthma, your dirty ductwork could be contributing to the problem. Most of us rarely, if ever, think about the quality of air that’s coming out of our vents. But when considering the constant buildup of dust, pet dander and other airborne pollutants that exist inside of a home and HVAC unit, it’s easy to see how ductwork can become so polluted over time.

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Although we may not think of it often, indoor air quality is something that affects all of us every day! The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks poor indoor air quality as a top five environmental risk to public health, which inspired this blog.

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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 nine months of the year!

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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.

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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, fences, sheds, raised garden beds and more!

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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 while gardening or maintaining your lawn.

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