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3 Improvements That Can Help Improve Evaporative Cooling Environments

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If you live in an area with a dry summer climate, evaporative cooling may be a good solution to keep your house cool during the summer months. It can also cause some problems that you may want to address, such as higher levels of humidity and water damage. This can also cause a warmer feeling in your home. This is why you may want to consider improvement like using a combination system or installing dehumidification for your home.

11 August 2016

Air Conditioning Tips: Cleaning Your Air Filters For Better Indoor Air Quality

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Any air that gets into an air conditioning system has to pass through its air filters. And since the filters are the ones charged with protecting the system from dust accumulation, how effective they are at trapping dust and mold particles usually determines the rate at which dirt accumulates inside the system. Dirty air filters and rate of condensation at evaporator coils Clogged air filters are usually ineffective when it comes to trapping dust particles from incoming air.

27 July 2016

Four Tips for Preparing Your Children to Use a Storm Shelter

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Steel storm shelters are essential in areas of the country that are prone to tornadoes. The storm shelters offer a safe place for people to go during the storm to ensure that no one is injured during a catastrophic event. If you have a storm shelter, it is important to take the time to prepare your children for the time when they may have to stay in the shelter until a storm passes.

24 June 2016

Create A Backyard Fire Pit For Your Next Get Together

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Being able to enjoy a beautiful night under the stars with friends is an experience that you will enjoy again and again. The only problem with being outside at night is that the temperatures can sometimes get rather cool, making the party a bit on the cold side. Instead of wrapping up in bulky blankets, consider creating a beautiful fire pit to use on cold nights. You will be able to build a warm fire that will be safely contained within the pit.

24 June 2016

3 Ideas To Help With The Integration Of Solar Thermal Energy For Your Home

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If you want to have a more energy efficient home, solar is a great choice that gives you many different choices for your renewable energy solutions. Thermal energy is an affordable option that you may want to consider for the mechanical systems in your home. Solar collectors can be added to give you hot water and help improve the energy efficiency of conventional heating systems. Here are some ideas to help you with the integration of solar energy into your mechanical systems:  

3 June 2016

Learn How To Turn A Spare Bedroom Into A Large Walk-In Closet

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If you have a deep love of clothing and shoes, organizing them can be difficult in many traditional closets. The space in most closets is very limited and organizing shoes, accessories, and clothing in a neat and tidy way can often be nearly impossible. Fortunately, you can properly store all of your clothing and shoes in an organized way by transforming a spare bedroom into an amazing walk-in closet. The following guide walks you through a few things to take into consideration when creating the perfect closet to support your needs.

11 April 2016

Repair A Leaky Window With New Weather Stripping

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A leaky window can be annoying and result in a home that does not retain heat. Of course, the ultimate result is that you end up spending more money on your utility bills. Luckily, there are a few simple way to increase the efficiency of your windows. Perhaps the best way to make your windows more air tight is to change the weather stripping. This article explains how to remove felt weather stripping and apply new adhesive stripping.

11 April 2016

3 Additional Costs Associated With Installing A New Boiler

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Many people rely on boiler systems to keep their homes at a comfortable temperature. If you are thinking of replacing your existing boiler with a newer unit, it's important that you take the time to consider the costs associated with the boiler installation process. In addition to the cost of the new boiler itself, there may be some extra costs that you should be prepared to pay as well. Here are three costs you should expect when installing a new boiler.

1 March 2016

How To Avoid Sensor Issues With Your Retail Automatic Doors

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Your retail store's automatic sliding doors are quite handy for letting customers in and out easily and making your store more welcoming. However, if you start having sensor issues, you have to worry about them not working properly. Then, not only can they stop opening when they are supposed to, but they can actually close at the wrong time and put your customers at risk of injury. Luckily, following a few steps can help you avoid sensor issues with your retail automatic sliding doors.

1 March 2016

How To Protect Your Construction Site From Thieves

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When you are in charge of construction sites, whether renovating someone's home or building a new commercial office building in your town, security should be top-priority. There are a lot of items on a construction site that make it a target for thieves, such as copper piping, expensive tools and equipment, and various other building materials. Here are some ways to effectively protect the construction site. Secure All Tools and Equipment

8 February 2016