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Termites are Mother Nature’s way of keeping the land clear from fallen trees and other cellulose debris. Subterranean termites build their colonies underground and create a labyrinth of pencil-width tubes in the mud through which they travel to gain access to their food sources.
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When coming home after a long day out on a stuffy summer’s afternoon, the last thing you want to be greeted with upon walking through the front door is a blast of warm air. If you discover that your air conditioner has stopped blowing cold air...
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The dreaded utility bills arrive once a month, every month, often meeting sighs of frustration or disbelief. Unfortunately, they are simply part of living in your home; but with a proper and efficient routine, you can save energy and lower the dollar amount on your bills.
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According to ENERGY STAR, a joint program of the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency, the average home is responsible for twice the greenhouse gas emissions of the average car.
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During the colder months, many homeowners experience dry skin, cracked lips, and itchy eyes caused by dry air inside the home. This occurs most frequently in the winter because of what happens to the outside air as it’s brought inside, heated, and released throughout the home.
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Whether you’ve lived in your home for 30 years or recently purchased a home, it’s important to keep track of your major appliances to ensure the best course of action to prevent and fix problems. Rather than spending a few hundred dollars on a repair and prolonging the life of an air conditioning system...
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Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and toxic gas. Because it can’t be seen, tasted, or smelled, carbon monoxide begins to affect people before they’re even aware of its presence. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that several thousand people are taken to the emergency room each year because of carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Dallas/Ft. Worth is a hot town, and it’s not just because it’s listed among Business Week’s “50 Best Cities in America.” In 2011 alone, Dallas had 39 days of 100+ degree temperatures. Dallas homeowners rely on their A/C systems to tame the weather in the Lone Star State, but heavy usage without a little tender loving care can lead to some serious problems.
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Few things are more refreshing than stepping into an air conditioned room on a hot, summer’s day. But just what exactly is happening inside your home to keep it cool? A building’s air conditioning is part of a larger system commonly referred to as its heating ...
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During hot, Southern summers, air conditioning is essential for homeowners who want to stay comfortable throughout the day and night. And yet, despite its central importance, many homeowners take their HVAC systems for granted.
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