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Prep Your HVAC for a Snowstorm With These Simple Tips

Winter can be quite unpredictable, and when a snowstorm is in the forecast, you can be sure that it will be a blizzard. To avoid the dangers that come with extremely cold temperatures, you should prepare in advance. Here are some important tips on how you can prepare your HVAC for a snowstorm. Schedule HVAC

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15 Heating Options for This Winter

The summertime is the perfect time for you to consider your heating options for the winter. You may be looking into getting a new heat system because your old one is at the end of its lifespan. But with so many different options available, you may be wondering which one to choose. We will help

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Avoiding Toilet Clogs

Talking about clogged toilets isn’t pleasant, but it’s a situation that almost everyone from Anderson to Zionsville in the greater Indianapolis area has dealt with at one time. Most people have experienced the sinking feeling in the pit of their stomachs when it becomes obvious the toilet water isn’t going down the drain. Instead, it’s

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Tips for Choosing Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs for Your Home

Lighting is responsible for approximately 15% of the energy you consume in your home. You can manage your electricity bills by switching from inefficient light bulbs to energy-saving options. In this article, we explore energy-efficient lighting options and factors to consider when choosing a light bulb. What to Consider When Choosing a Light Bulb A

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Should You Insulate Your Water Pipes?

The heating season is quickly approaching, and many homeowners wonder whether they should insulate their water pipes. It’s a good idea to do so if you live in an area that gets sub-zero temperatures for long periods during the winter. Insulating your water pipes can help keep them from freezing, which could cause burst pipes

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Signs You Need to Replace the Duct Work in Your Home

Your home’s ductwork is crucial to your comfort since they circulate warm or cool air to regulate your temperature and indoor air quality. Most of the ducts are hidden from view behind the walls or crawl space. Since you cannot see the ducts most of the time, you can easily forget to service them to

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Do You Know How to Safely Relight Your Furnace?

If you haven’t replaced the gas furnace in your Indianapolis home for quite some time, odds are it has a pilot light. While most new furnaces have electric ignition switches, older furnaces don’t. The pilot light in your furnace is a small flame that ignites the burners whenever the heater is turned on at the

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All About Dripping Faucets and How to Troubleshoot Leakages

Because we tend to ignore dripping faucets, they are often the main culprits for water wastage. Ignoring the leaking can have far-reaching implications for your plumbing and your home. In this article, we explore facts on dripping faucets and why you should take action immediately. What Type of Faucet Do I Have? A defective fixture

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How to Test and Fix Electrical Outlets in Your Home

The correct wiring and configurations of an outlet are critical for the building’s occupants and equipment. Homeowners use more appliances today that require stable electrical current to avoid damage and accidents. In this article, we outline how to test if the outlet is faulty and how to fix the issue. Common Problems With Electrical Outlets

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10 Tips for Installing a Ceiling Fan in Your Home

Ceiling fans have evolved from practical devices in our homes to elements of design aesthetics that enhance a room. Installing a ceiling fan is a relatively easy job that you may be able to do on your own if you have some experience with DIY projects. If you are not comfortable with working around electricity

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