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 09:32 December 08, 2020
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Your browser does not support the HTML5 Audio element. All Trades all the time because we care. We are a family owned and operated busines...

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 08:15 June 06, 2020
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 10:55 December 06, 2020

You don't really think too much about the plumbing system or pipes in your home until there is a plumbing emergency. However, if you take a few preven...

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 12:11 June 01, 2020
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 10:10 December 06, 2020

Like your furnace or HVAC system, your water heater gets less efficient and is more prone to problems as it ages. If you notice any of the following w...

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 18:01 November 29, 2020
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 08:21 December 06, 2020

It's almost December and winter is almost here. Here's a quick review to prevent frozen pipes this winter season. Insulate Pipes If you have p...

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 16:26 May 20, 2020
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 06:26 December 06, 2020

Air conditioners use about 6% of all electricity produced in the United States. It comes at an annual cost of about $29 billion per year to homeowners...

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 05:54 May 16, 2020
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 06:12 December 06, 2020

People often mix their use of air conditioning and HVAC. Strictly speaking, HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. HVAC is a subs...

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 07:16 May 05, 2020
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 05:46 December 06, 2020

It's May in Nevada and it is heating up. We're inside, air conditioners or HVACs running, for very long periods of time. Indoor air is riskier than ou...

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 03:12 September 01, 2020
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 05:22 December 06, 2020

This past June the arctic circle reached 100°F. This past July in Baghdad it was a record 125°F. Australia had a record heat wave and re...

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 06:01 May 01, 2020
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 04:02 December 06, 2020

July 17, 1902. 118 years ago. New York City was a sweltering oven. At the time the city had public baths. They were overfilled with people trying t...

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 03:51 April 18, 2020
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 03:51 April 18, 2020

Many think indoor plumbing came to America in 1829 when the Tremont Hotel in Boston became the first hotel in America to have indoor plumbing. It woul...


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