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If You’re Cold, They’re Cold – Bring Your Plants Inside for the Winter

Bringing your plants inside for the winter is essential to their overall health and well-being. Unfortunately, winter can wreak havoc on your plants and even kill them—even in Southern California, but there are simple steps you can take to help prevent this. First and foremost, bring your plants inside for the winter. When to Bring

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6 Space Heater Safety Tips

Space heaters are an important part of many households during the cooler months. They make it possible to keep your home warm without turning up the thermostat. However, because space heaters use a lot of energy, you need to be careful how you use them. When not used properly, they can cause fires, hazards, or

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How to Troubleshoot Common Dishwasher Problems

Dishwashers are fantastic appliances that can save you a lot of time and stress. But not all dishwashers are created equal. While they can provide many years of dependable service if they are correctly maintained, there is always a risk that your appliance might need repair. But the good news is that dishwashers are actually

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How to Extend the Life of Your Water Heater

The water heater is one of your home’s most important major appliances. Without it, you’ll be left in the cold (water). Just like everything else, all water heaters have a lifespan. Meaning you’ll have to replace yours someday. It is estimated that you should replace your water heater every 10 to 15 years. However, the

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Are These Five Mistakes Driving up Your Heating Bill

If you’re like the rest of us, your energy bills go way up during the winter. Of course, you want your home to be toasty in winter, but energy costs can throw a wrench into your plans. However, it’s possible to lower your energy bills with a few simple tweaks. Check if you’re making these

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Mind Your Furnace When Decluttering and Organizing the Attic

You’re riding a wave of decluttering and organizing. Everything you own has been cast into boxes to be sorted, donated, or discarded. It feels good to tidy everything, but there’s one area left to tackle – the attic. Before starting, look at these tips to help your attic organization go smoothly while leaving room for

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Why is My Furnace Not Blowing Hot Air?

It’s no fun when your furnace is broken. Furnaces are responsible for keeping us warm and comfortable in the winter, so when they stop working properly, it’s time to act. Here are some tips to help troubleshoot why your furnace isn’t working correctly. The good news is they’re usually easy to fix with some furnace

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Keep Nasty Odors out of Your Home Gym

Working out in your home gym has its benefits – a place you can set and forget, convenient access, and privacy. But after working out in a humid or sweaty environment, that home gym smell can leave you feeling a little queasy. The good news is you don’t need to place a peg on your

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7 Signs you Need a Furnace Tune-Up

A furnace tune-up is a must if you want to keep your HVAC system in good working order. Tune-ups in the fall can help prevent malfunctions and breakdowns in the coldest months of the year. Not sure if you need a furnace tune-up? Here are some simple-to-spot signs that suggest it’s time you booked some

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What Type of Toilet Paper Should You Be Using?

If you want to avoid costly repairs or having to call your friendly plumbers to your rescue, it pays to know a bit about what type of toilet paper you should be using. As common as clogs are for homeowners, it’s surprising that many don’t understand how something as simple as the kind of toilet

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That’s Not a Ghost, It’s Your Plumbing

As the days start to get shorter, the nights are longer, and your brain can start to play some mysterious tricks. Was that tapping always there? Or is it a new friend from beyond the grave? For some, this may seem farfetched, but almost 45% of Americans believe in ghosts. While it’s not uncommon to

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Crucial Plumbing Codes All Homeowners Should Know

Plumbing work can be messy, not just because of the pipes but also due to strict plumbing codes that must be adhered to. These codes ensure the safety and wellbeing of homeowners. and offer protection from any dangerous plumbing mishaps. Even if you’re not doing repairs, it’s important know what these plumbing codes are and

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Plumbing Tools You Should Always Have on Hand

It’s hard to tackle a plumbing job without the right equipment. Though many would avoid plunging into any potentially costly do-it-yourself projects, it doesn’t hurt to have a few tools on hand just in case you need them. Plungers Nearly every household has to deal with a blocked sink or toilet at some point. That’s

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Don’t Toss Fall Leaves, Put Them to Work

With the changing seasons, fall leaves and sticks often end up clogging up your yard. Of course, like most homeowners, sweeping around your outdoor condenser unit and yard maintenance becomes a weekly chore, but you can do more with those leaves than tossing them in the trash. Rake up Your Leaves Raking can be a

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What Determines the Cost of a Furnace?

Are you trying to find out how far the cost of a furnace will put you back?  We’ve heard “how much does a new furnace cost?” more than we’d care to admit. And while it’s a fair question, customers are always disappointed by the answer. Not because it’s out of budget, but because it highly

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