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3 Essential Products for Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

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Poor indoor air quality in your Lubbock, Texas, home can lead to allergies, asthma attacks, flu-like symptoms, headaches, nosebleeds, nausea, and trouble concentrating. Children, the elderly, people with pre-existing illnesses, and those who spend much time inside are more vulnerable. Discover how you can use ventilators, air cleaners, and UV lamps to improve poor indoor air quality inside your home. 

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Saving Energy in the Warmer Months

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When temperatures get high in Plainview, Texas, your cool, air-conditioned home becomes a refuge. With the AC working extra hard in these months, it’s important to keep it running at peak efficiency. Being aware of common AC issues, like poor airflow or short cycling, can help you save energy in these warmer months.

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Time for a New Heating System? Here’s What’s New

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furnaceAlthough you might not use it often in Lubbock, Texas, your heating system becomes your best friend when a cold front blasts through the area. While the winter weather might be blowing away for the year soon, now’s as good time as any to invest in a new heating system if you need one. Not only will it prepare you for next winter, but it’ll also cost you less, since most people are getting ready for the summer. Read more


Top 5 Plumbing Problems: DIY or Call a Professional?

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A timely fix to your home or office plumbing system can prevent a small issue from developing into a flood of problems. If you’re handy with tools and don’t mind getting dirty, you may wish to tackle the following five common plumbing repairs as a DIY project. When it comes to protecting your home and property from water damage, however, it’s essential to know when to call a professional plumber for help.

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How to Keep Your Home Warm and Comfortable in Winter

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Winter can make your Lubbock, Texas, home cold, drafty, and uncomfortable. Preparing your home for winter temperatures saves energy, which helps save money over time. Plus weatherization (preparing your home for temperature extremes, makes your home cozier and more comfortable. Here are some ways you can save money and make your home warmer and more efficient in winter.

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Things You Can Do To Improve Air Quality This Winter

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The unpredictable weather in Ropesville, Texas, means you have to be ready for anything when winter comes around. Turning the heat on can lead to an increase in airborne allergens and more stuffy noses. If this year the heat has to go up because the temperature outside is going down, don’t let your air quality suffer. Find ways to improve it.

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5 Ways to Increase Your Carbon Monoxide Detector’s Accuracy

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Your carbon-monoxide (CO) detector protects your family from carbon-monoxide poisoning. While installing home CO detectors in your Lubbock, Texas, house is important, ensuring correct placement and fresh batteries are two ways you can increase their accuracy.

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Why Is Your Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?

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An air conditioner that produces hot or lukewarm air can inspire a panic attack even during the latter days of a Lubbock, Texas, summer. If you can’t detect the faintest hint of conditioned air coming through your vents, one of these problems might be the culprit.

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Why You Want Your AC Technician to be NATE Certified

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Figuring out who to call in Lubbock, TX when your AC breaks can be stressful, especially when you’re looking for quality and dependability at a reasonable cost. However, you should always look for someone with NATE certification to fix your AC.

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4 Ways to Save Money on AC Costs in Texas This Summer

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The Texas summer sun can be relentless, leaving you feeling like you have to spend an outrageous amount of money to keep your AC running throughout the season. Fortunately, however, there are some simple things you can do to cut your AC costs without compromising on comfort.

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