Heating and Ventilation

Tankless Water Heaters

 

Going Tankless?
Everything You Want to Know about Tankless Water Heaters

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Maintaining an Invisible Screen

Once you have installed the screen, you may be inspired to check out invisible, retractable window screens. Kits are available for double doors and French doors. Here are a few tips on maintenance:

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5 DIY Tips for an Allergy-Free Home

I'm Allergic to My House!

Spring means warmer weather, longer days and that summer is right around the corner. While most of us are elated to bid farewell to the winter, for people with allergies spring means suffering. Blooming plants mean pollen galore, which triggers otherwise dormant hay fever symptoms for millions of Americans.

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Tips for a Safe Fireplace and Chimney

What You Need to Know and Do to Keep Your Fireplace & Chimney Trouble-Free

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How to Install a Ceiling Fan

Fan Club

You can install a ceiling fan in an afternoon-and enjoy the cost-savings and comfort year-round.

We love ceiling fans: they offer style, lighting, and energy savings all in one package. Installing one is project that will appeal to your practical and romantic sides at the same time-no small feat when it comes to home improvement.

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Go Faux: Denim

It is important to note that this color is going to create the white part of the jean look. But beware! Whatever paint color you had underneath decades ago may rear its ugly head. To avoid this from happening you will want to prime the walls with a light yellow, white or cream base coat. You may even want to add a second coat if the old color is especially vibrant.

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Extend the Summer with Outdoor Heaters

Ready to put the patio furniture away for the year? Not so Fast!

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10 Money and Energy Saving Tips You Can Use This Summer

This summer, see how you can make saving money a breeze by introducing a few simple improvements to your home.

Keep Cool and Save Money This Summer

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Repairing Medium Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Mosquitoes, flies, bees will eventually find their way into your house. Whether you're afraid of West Nile Virus or nasty bites that drive you crazy, a screen with holes is literally an open invitation to flying foes.

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