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As you start planting your garden for the summer, remember to keep all plants and grass at least two feet from outdoor cooling units to prevent accidents.
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The average water heater will last around 10-15 years before it will need to be replaced. When it comes time to upgrade, understanding your options such as gas or electric will help you find the right option for your home.

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It’s time to put air conditioning maintenance on your radar to ensure having a cool, comfortable home! Here are a few proactive tips to make sure your air conditioning is ready to go. http://bit.ly/2pZsfTP
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The crew was working hard on getting the underground done before the rain starts at the Holiday Inn & Crooked Pint Ale House Project! http://ow.ly/i/ur151
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Get a jump-start on the seasonal servicing by testing your air conditioner before the hot weather hits. Let your AC unit run for a day and take note of any issues or signs that your system needs a tune up.

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Herb Shadewald (mechanical foreman), is briefing Justin Howe (president), on the condenser water piping that Herb and his crew installed for Redfield Energy, LLC.
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While it’s important to know how to reset a breaker, it’s also important to learn when it’s safe to manage the breakers, and when it’s best to contact an expert.

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Did you know that a leaky faucet that drips twice per minute could waste over a gallon of water per week? Save money and water by having an expert fix the leaks. #HoweCanHelp
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Happy Easter from Howe!
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Since humidity levels are higher in the spring and summer months your home won’t require a lot of additional moisture. Before storing your air humidifier for the warmer months, be sure to properly clean it and make sure it’s thoroughly dry to prevent bacterial and germ build up.
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