Eco-Friendly Ways To Prevent Furnace Heating Inefficiency

Posted on: 16 June 2015

One of the ways that energy is wasted when trying to heat a building has to do with inefficiency inherent in the system. Part of this is leaks in the insulation that keeps heat from a furnace inside, and part of it is in the operation of the furnace itself. Here are some eco-friendly ways to prevent and repair inefficient areas of your heating system that might be causing you to waste energy.
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4 Things Landlords Need To Know About Killing Bed Bugs With Heat

Posted on: 3 June 2015

Bed bugs are a big problem in apartments, not just for tenants, but for the landlords who need to pay for pest control treatments. If only one of your tenants has reported seeing bed bugs in their apartment, you may be tempted to only treat their unit, but this is a mistake. If one of your tenants has bed bugs, others could too, and the whole building needs to be treated.
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Glass Completely Full: How Using Glass Can Make Your Bathroom And Shower Appear Larger

Posted on: 19 May 2015

Sometimes your budget can leave you with a bathroom/shower that's smaller than you had hoped for. Sometimes it's a matter of practicality. However, when it comes to small bathrooms and showers, there's a lot you can do to make it appear larger, and it starts with glass. Why Glass? Glass is relatively cheap to manufacture and produce now. It's also a well-rounded material. This allows for a wide ranging array of colors, designs, and sizes that you can use in tiling and designing your bathroom without gashing a hole in your bank account and watching the money drip out.
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3 Reasons Why Your Water Heater Needs Servicing

Posted on: 4 May 2015

Every homeowner is responsible for the maintenance of the appliances in their home, and the water heater is no exception. With it being essential for your daily shower and cleaning dishes, you definitely do not want to go a day with the heater being broken. Look for these 3 signs that the water heater will need to be serviced to prevent a problem from happening: The Water Never Gets Hot Enough
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