Debunking The Biggest Myths About Residential Water Softening

Posted on: 22 August 2016

You wash dishes and are left with a ring of lime deposit on your sink, your skin feels odd after a shower, and you are seeing more problems than usual with appliances like your washing machine and hot water heater. All of these point to you having a major issue with hard water in your home. While most people know how to recognize hard water, many have no idea how simple it is to alleviate the problem.
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Is Your Existing Ductwork Suitable For Installing Central Air Conditioning?

Posted on: 26 July 2016

You've been toughing it out in the warm temperatures for long enough, and you've decided it's time to have a home central air conditioner installed. While the cost of installing a central air system into a home that doesn't have a cooling system can be expensive, having it in place adds about 12 percent to your home's value. This can be key if you plan to sell your house within a few years -- and in the meantime, you'll be staying cool.
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Helpful Tips To Consider For A Mice Infestation

Posted on: 29 June 2016

Is your house infested with mice that run around during the day and night? If you have been unsuccessful with getting rid of the rodents by placing traps out, it might be time to take more drastic measures to resolve the problem. The infestation will only get worse if the right steps are not taken to get rid the pests. In this article, you find several helpful tips that should be considered for getting rid of the infestation of mice in your house.
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How Exactly Does An Air Conditioner Freeze When It Is Hot Outside?

Posted on: 3 June 2016

Few air conditioning problems are more baffling than when your air conditioning is frozen and it is boiling hot outside. How does that happen when it is so hot outside? The unfortunate truth is it does happen and it is a sign you have a big problem that needs to be fixed. Here are some of the more common reasons why an air conditioner freezes and how you can get them fixed.
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