Holiday Decorating Tips

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There is something magical about the sight of holiday decorations. Just a few pieces like lights or table settings can really brighten the feel of a room. With everyone beginning to decorate for the most wonderful time of the year, here are some tips to keep in mind: Thinking about using candles in your display? Flameless is an excellent option. Avoid the risk of unsupervised candles being knocked over by pets or house guests, and stick with this safe option. …

How to Clean Your Home’s Air Vents

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Turn off your HVAC unit. If you leave it on, you could have dirt, dust, and other particles blowing around the room when it kicks on. Turning it off is the safest bet, and doesn’t cause you more mess to deal with.  You’ll then want to remove the air vents with a screwdriver. Do this room by room so that you don’t lose track of where you are or your vent’s location.  Wash your vents with warm water and soap …

Do You Need a New Water Heater?

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A broken water heater isn’t something anyone wants to deal with, especially not as a surprise. If you keep a close eye on your unit, however, there are some clear signs you can watch for, so you are more prepared for a breakdown and less taken off guard.  First of all, if you have no hot water, this could be an indicator. Older water heaters may take some time to warm your water up, but if nothing happens in a …

Where Do You Keep Your Toothbrush?

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Your toothbrush is a part of your everyday routine. Your ticket to pearly whites and fresh breath each morning. But where are you storing your toothbrush when you’re done with it? It would be best to keep your toothbrush away in a cabinet or drawer, and here’s why:  Dirty Counter Excess water from your hands can create harmful bacteria if not dried from the counter. Between bathroom cleanings and when guests are present, your counters can get pretty dirty. Bacteria …

Improving Indoor Air Quality and Allergies

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Allergy season is upon us. Watery eyes, sore throats, and stuffy noses are all common with the temperature change and the new season. Improving your indoor air quality is an excellent way to find some relief at home.  Tips to Improve Your In-Home Air Quality: Keep Your Windows Closed – As tempting as it may be to open the windows and let that crisp fall air inside, remember that you’re also letting in allergens. Let your HVAC system do its …