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Comment on Tips For Dealing With HVAC Pros – Today’s Homeowner by Easton Memmott

Some of the most important equipment in your home are the heating and coolings units. When either one of these units fail, you and your family are guaranteed to not be happy.
By following routine maintenance, not only will the efficiency of the units be increased, you will also save money in the long run.
If you should need to replace or repair either unit, be sure to hire a company that is well qualified to service them.

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Comment on How to Clean an AC Condensation Drain Line – Today’s Homeowner by Sheree C.

To have a well working air conditioner unit, you must clean the filter. This will clean out any airborne bad air and help in keeping both you and your family healthy. But also, the condensation line should be cleaned out, too. First remove the cap to the condensation line. You will need to pour one of clean down the line. Then, replace the cap. This will help to keep out mild and mold that builds up over time.

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Comment on How to Care for Rechargeable Cordless Tool Batteries – Today’s Homeowner by Thomas Boni

Tools with rechargeable batteries are a whole new world for many homeowners. Freedom from the power cord that needs to stay plugged into the wall is a game changer, but some basic rules and guidelines need to be followed to keep your battery powered tools in top shape. Batteries are designed to be used, so find tasks on a monthly basis that lets you run the batteries some so they can be charged back up. And make sure to store the batteries in a cool, dry place when not in use.

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Comment on How to Insulate Water Pipes to Prevent Freezing – Today’s Homeowner by Paul Norton

Winter is coming upon us so now is a good time to learn how to insulate your pipestone freezing does not occur. The first thing you should do is make sure you open any cabinet doors that are harboring pipes that are up against an outdoor wall. Leave a steady drip of hot and cold water coming out of the faucet. You will need to use some foam padding around your pipes to provide insulation and also put foam around any outdoor spigots that you may have.

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Comment on How to Repair a Leaking Single Handle Bathtub Faucet – Today’s Homeowner by Gustavo

Calling a plumber for simple repairs in the kitchen or bathroom isn’t just overkill; it’s often expensive overkill. Something like a leaky faucet can be handled by anyone who has some basic tools and a general willingness to turn a wrench. Most faucets that leak have a damaged or faulty O-ring inside them. The O-ring is what seals the connection between where the water comes out and the faucet starts. Simply turning off the water, and removing the faucet to replace this O-ring is easy, and usually enough to stop the annoying leak.

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