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Last Chance to Take Advantage of the HVAC Tax Credit
You can purchase up to $5,000 in products and can claim up to 30%, or $1,500 as a tax credit until December 31, 2010... 

Scheduling an Annual Furnace Tune-Up and Maintenance
Despite using their furnace daily throughout the heating season, many homeowners don’t think about what it takes to keep it running – until it quits on what seems to be the coldest day Minnesota has seen all year...

When to Hire a Plumber
When it comes to your home plumbing system, many of us know enough to get by, but how do you know when it is finally time to throw in the towel and hire a professional?...

Should I Buy a Programmable Thermostat?
As we prepare for what is sure to be another cold winter, many homeowners become concerned. With energy costs at an all time high, heating your home can be especially costly. How can you keep your home comfortable without going broke?

Allergy Relief: an HVAC Remedy?
Studies show that one of the most common causes of allergies and asthma is related to indoor air quality...the quality of the air inside your home.

Humidity: The Key to Health and Aging Well?
Humidity is one of your skin's best friends. It's an essential for healthy, beautiful skin. In fact, the beauty benefits of humidity could be one reason why Cleopatra spent so much time floating down the Nile.

“Cure” BLACK MOLD danger
Black mold, a slimy greenish-black substance, is a type of mold that has been linked with serious health risks including infant death caused by respiratory bleeding, and illnesses such as asthma and bronchitis

Funny Tasting Water: Does Your Water Taste Like Dirty Socks?
Even though Americans enjoy one of the best drinking water supplies in the world, water that meets all EPA standards can still have problems you and your family find objectionable.

Lower Your Hot Water Bills!
Install aerators in faucets and low-flow shower heads that may reduce your hot water consumption by half. Repair leaky faucets and shower heads. A leak of one drip per second can cost $1 per month. Insulate your hot water storage tank and pipes, but be careful not to cover the tank thermostat(s).

Preventing Costly Water Leaks
Many homeowners worry about water damage from heavy rainstorms, yet few ever think about potential trouble spots in their own plumbing. Unlike the weather, plumbing-related water damage can be avoided with routine maintenance and a little assistance from a professional plumber.

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