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How To Dry Out a Wet Basement

Does your basement feel damp and musty? If so, you’re not alone. This is an area of the house that is often dark and humid on its own and if you throw in a severe summer storm, things can quickly go south. In order to avoid the nuisance and keep carpeting, drywall and framing from being damaged, here’s how you can dry out a wet basement. http://bit.ly/2gLw5gR
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Why You Shouldn't Count Old Homes Out

Purchasing a home? It can be very appealing to look for something move-in ready that consists of new construction, new appliances and the like. But there are lots of great reasons to keep a few older homes on the list. Why? Find out here: http://bit.ly/2tDRzx5
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How To Save Money While Running Your Air Conditioner

Let’s face it, most us simply can’t even entertain the thought of turning the air conditioner off in order to save money during the sweltering summer months. While we tend to agree that it’s tough to withstand a hot summer day without having cool air pumping through the house, we’re here to let you know there are plenty of ways to save money while the A/C is running. Ready to find out how? http://bit.ly/2tfJfDx

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Water-Saving Tips To Help You Save This Summer

Did you know that the number one water conserving tool is in fact, you. That’s right, it all starts with you. And as we continue to trek through the dog days of summer, where temperatures are at their highest, it’s up to you to make a difference. See below for a few quick ways to use less water around your house:


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Maximize Comfort With Home Humidity Control

Did you know that a humid house can make it feel 10° - 20° warmer than it actually is? Yeah -- we see you scratching your head and staring at the thermostat! It's not your imagination, but it still poses a problem. And it goes well beyond simply, being uncomfortable - excessively high humidity levels can cause severe damage to things inside your home.


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7 Outdoor Water Conservation Tips For Summer

It’s getting hot outside and that means it’s time to save water. When it comes to conserving, a few small adjustments can have a major impact on our environment. See below for a few to get you started this summer and make sure you keep up with them all season long! Learn more, here: http://bit.ly/2sNM2a5

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The Ultimate Guide To Summer Plumbing

Today marks the official first day of summer and you can expect warmer temperatures to stay put for a while. With that said, it’s important to make sure your home’s plumbing system is ready to handle everything summer has to throw at it. Check out the summer plumbing checklist below to ensure your house is in tip-top shape: http://bit.ly/2sr8RjA
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How To Find The Right Ceiling Fan

Contrary to popular belief, a central air conditioning system isn’t the only way to keep your home comfortable during the summer months. In fact, there are lots of other ways to cool down without causing energy bills to spike - and today, we’re zeroing in on the ceiling fan. Find out what you should be looking for as you shop for ceiling fans: http://bit.ly/2sn8GpM
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3 Father's Day Events Dad Will Like More Than A New Tie

Scrambling to find a last-minute gift for Dad this Father’s Day weekend? Put down the necktie and treat him to one or more of these wonderful events taking place in Minneapolis instead. Trust us when we tell you he has enough ties and dress shirts to last a long, long time. And spending the day with his family will mean so much more!

We've got some ideas for you! fal.cn/uwi5
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Beat The Heat For Less This Summer

How much do you think it costs to stay cool during the summer? If you’re thinking hundreds of dollars - think again. That’s right, you can beat the summer heat for as little as $25. All you need to do is make a few minor changes and you’ll be well on your way!: http://fal.cn/uR3q
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