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4 Plumbing Maintenance Tips New Homeowners Should Know

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You have many responsibilities as a new homeowner. When you rent, major repairs are for the landlord to worry about. When you own your home, you realize how important preventative maintenance is for preventing breakdowns and costly repairs.

For instance, your plumbing system can cause water damage that’s expensive to restore, and the damage is often preventable with routine maintenance. This guide lists four maintenance tips that prevent plumbing disasters.

4 HVAC Tips to Control Allergy Symptoms

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At this time of year, allergies can be a problem for many people. Many allergy sufferers assume that they can do little or nothing to stop their allergies from impacting their lives. What they don’t realize is that their HVAC system can be used to control indoor air quality and reduce their symptoms.

By running the HVAC system regularly and by maintaining the various parts of the system, homeowners can reduce their allergy symptoms. 

3 Simple Solutions to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

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person holding allergy medicationYour heating and cooling system is an imperative part of your home. While it is responsible for keeping your family comfortable during the various seasons, this system is also important for maintaining a healthy environment. Considering that allergies affect an estimated 50 million Americans, you or another member of your household may suffer from the discomfort of allergies.

Itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, difficulty breathing, and even irritated skin are all common symptoms of allergies related to dust, dander, mold, and mildew. While managing these symptoms is possible with medications, improving your air quality is a smarter and healthier alternative. This guide and your HVAC contractor can help you improve your home’s indoor air quality.

Smart Features to Bring Your HVAC Into 2018

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Are you thinking about upgrading your home’s HVAC system? As you make your plans, you might want to consider some cool new features that you can use to update both your HVAC and your home. Smart features can save energy, improve convenience, and even increase your home’s value. But what the hottest features you can add in 2018?

Understanding The Threat Of Radon In Your Home

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Radon gas represents a common — yet frequently overlooked — problem for many homeowners. This poisonous gas has been estimated to be responsible for as many as 21,000 lung cancer deaths every year. Many of these people were living with radon in their home for years and years without ever knowing it.

Fortunately, you can protect your family from radon by having your home tested by a trained professional. If you would like to learn more about the undeniable importance of radon testing, read on. This article will offer a useful introduction to the subject of radon, touching on its composition, effects, and methods of elimination.

Heating Bills Getting You Down? Save Money With These Tips

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Winter weather means higher heating bills for many Americans. Whether you use natural gas, oil, electricity, or another fuel to heat your house, the cooler temperatures push your heating system to work harder. If your heating costs are causing you pain in the piggy bank, you can do something about it.
Heating costs are a significant percentage of most households’ total energy use, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Even though your home, like many others, may devote almost half of the energy used to HVAC-related uses, you can save energy and money on your home heating costs. What can you do to lower your energy usage, boost your system’s efficiency, and save money?

Take a look at these energy and money-saving home heating tips.

Radon Levels in Your Home: What You Should Know

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If you’ve recently bought a new home, you may have had an appraisal, inspection and radon test as part of the purchasing process. These items are often required by the mortgage lender; extending a loan secured by a home that harbors a dangerous condition or is structurally unsound can cost the lender money, so ensuring your home meets or exceeds all relevant standards can render it a much safer investment.

Generally, the results of your radon test won’t be reported to you unless they indicate high radon levels inside the home.

While high radon levels can result in denial of a mortgage loan–and can sometimes give you the right to cancel a purchase agreement without penalty unless the seller agrees to pay for radon mitigation–borderline levels may be enough to pass your lender’s standards, even though this data could indicate a radon problem that needs attention.

Read on to learn more about this tasteless, odorless, colorless gas and how radon mitigation services can keep you and your family safe after you’ve purchased a new home.

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Centerville, UT 84014
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