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How To Fix The Most Common Laundry Stains

Normally, throwing your clothes in the wash with some laundry detergent is fairly simple. But, if the clothes have stains, that’s a different story. Here’s how to tackle the most crucial part of your family’s laundry.


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Why Do Dishes Have Water Spots?
You bought a dishwasher to help you clean the dishes, but what if it’s making them worse? Hard water can cause blemishes and water spots to form on your glasses and plates. And while these stains may be stubborn, they’re certainly not invincible. Follow these steps and soon enough you’ll be opening up your dishwasher door to pristine dishes again. http://bit.ly/2q4NGRU

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How To Extend The Lifespan Of Your AC Unit
The average lifespan for most HVAC systems is only 10 to 15 years. With spring here and the summer quickly approaching, it’s beneficial to learn how to increase their efficiency and prevent any repairs. Here are four tips to keep the air flowing in your home for years to come.

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Handwashing Tips for Kids
Twenty-two million school days are lost each year due to illnesses from kids not washing their hands. Almost 51 percent of cold and flu viruses can be killed if they properly wash their hands at least three times a day. With that being said, since Earth Day is around the corner, we’re celebrating by sharing some eco-friendly hand washing tips for your kids. http://bit.ly/2pXv9W8

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Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality
Dust mites, pollen, animal dander — it’s all right there in the air, not to mention your bath towels, bedding, and furniture. What’s the most effective way to eliminate these contaminants and reduce your home’s air pollution? Get ready to take a deep, clean, and fresh breath of indoor air when you follow these top tips.

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Leaks To Look Out For
Your home is a significant source of water waste; leaks from pipes and plumbing fixtures have been shown to waste 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year. So before they cause major problems to the environment and your wallet, make sure to find and fix any minor drip. Here are a few common household leaks to look out for.

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*Remember To Change Your Air Filters*Every two hours, the air in your home circulates through your HVAC system. While filters catch and remove a large percentage of dust and debris, they can't work if they're clogged and dirty. Here are a few simple tips to help you remember to change your air filters and keep your home’s air clean. 

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Water Saving Tips
The average American family uses around 100 gallons of water per day at home. And although water covers 70 percent of Earth’s surface, less than one percent is available for human use. So how can we control our intake and waste?

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How To Test Your Home's Water

Warning! The water in your home may be full of pollutants, toxins, bacteria, and other worrisome particles. But how would you know? There’s a surprising amount of information out there to sort through. Here’s a few helpful ways to find out if the water coming out of your faucet is safe.

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Debunking Common Plumbing Myths

It’s rare for the average homeowner to be a plumbing expert, which is why it’s not surprising that some people believe common plumbing myths. One rumor can quickly turn a misconception into a plumbing truth - so we’re here to help set the record straight!

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