Having Humidity Problems In Your Home? Clean Your Air Conditioner Filters

Posted on: 30 July 2016

High humidity makes a home uncomfortable. This is because it reduces the human body's ability to get rid of heat. It also creates a conducive environment for dust mite infestation and mold growth, something that then increases the risks of allergic reactions in loved ones. To prevent these negative effects of high humidity, taking measures to keep the humidity levels in your home under control is a must. As it turns out, something as simple as cleaning your air conditioner filters can go a long way towards helping you do this.
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Mold Allergies And Home Improvement

Posted on: 30 July 2016

Mold allergies are very common throughout the US. There are around 1,000 species of mold in the US and many of them can lead to itchy eyes, sneezing, a runny nose, congestion, and other allergy symptoms. One of the biggest issues when it comes to mold is that it can easily grow in certain areas of a household. While mold can be an issue, there are ways to prevent it. Here are three home improvement projects that can help reduce mold in the home.
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Common Issues With Submersible Well Pumps

Posted on: 30 July 2016

If you have a water well on your property, you likely use a submersible well pump. This type of pump allows water from the well to be pushed to the surface. While they are very effective for their intended purposes, there are some common issues it might have over time. Here are some common problems so that you know when it is time to call for repairs. Lack of Water
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If Your Home Smells Like A Sewer, Does This Mean That The Sewer Is Backed Up?

Posted on: 13 July 2016

It goes without saying that your home should never smell like a sewer. When this happens, many homeowners assume they need plumbing repairs or sewer cleaning services. Luckily, this problem is often much more easily fixed. Knowing what causes the problem and what you can do about it can help you take care of your home and may save you money in plumbing fees. If your home smells like a sewer, does this mean that the sewer is backed up?
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