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Anatomy Of Your Fireplace And Chimney

The fireplace becomes the heart of our home in winter. We all love sitting beside it and enjoying its warmth. But ever wondered how exactly your fireplace works?Here's an easy-to-read guide on the anatomy of your fireplace and chimney!Anatomy Of Your...

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Clean Your Fireplace For Santa

Christmas is just around the corner! It is time to get your fireplace ready for the much-awaited visit from Santa Claus. Make sure that you have your fireplace and chimney cleaned to avoid getting on Santa’s naughty list. And while you are at it, there are...

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Fire Prevention

Fire breakouts are a major problem we are facing today. As per U.S. Fire Administration reports, the majority of house fires happen due to negligence on the homeowner's part. Leaving stoves unattended during cooking and malfunctioning electrical equipment...

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Why You Need A Chimney Cap

You might forget to take care of your chimney because it’s not something you see every day. But, when you hear those animal noises, rain or debris coming in through your uncapped chimney, you realize you’ve made a mistake in neglecting it. Here are a few...

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Clean your Air Duct System

Your home is a very complex system of working parts. How often do you think about each individual system and how to properly maintain them? Chances are, it’s not very often and you probably don’t lose any sleep thinking over the ways you should maintain...

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Allergens In Your Home

Allergies can get in the way of enjoying time outside with your family. All of the different kinds of pollen will assault your sinuses as soon as you walk outside. But, did you know that there are also allergens in your home that can affect you? The dust, grime, dirt,...

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Wild Animals Who Use Your Chimney As Their Springtime Home

The following are just a few of the different animals that could be living in your chimney: Bats, birds (especially migratory birds,) raccoons, squirrels. The most humane treatment for wild animals seeking refuge in your chimney is to have a cap installed...

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How To Make Your Home Allergy Friendly

According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. If you are one of those people, you know you try everything you can to prevent or at least lessen the inevitable symptoms coming your way. Find out...

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Why Is It Important To Clean My Air Ducts and Vents?

With allergy season upon us, it is more important than ever that your home's air quality is in tip-top shape. The last thing you want is the air inside your house to be worse than the air outside! If you aren't sure what cleaning your air ducts, vents and...

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Chimney Basics Every Homeowner Should Know

A fireplace is the perfect focal point in any room, and a chimney makes a great addition to the exterior of your home. Both should be maintained well and inspected annually to keep them running efficiently and effectively. Here are other chimney basics...

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