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In these unprecedented times, you and your family members may stay at home as much as possible to avoid contracting COVID-19. Unfortunately, you can’t predict when the virus will enter your home, and non-sick or elderly family members are at higher risk of complications. To protect your family, consider investing
The lining inside your chimney is among one of the most vital components of keeping it functioning correctly, both for your full enjoyment and safety—but it can be expensive to replace. If you are having to pay the price of purchasing a brand-new flue, it can help save you money,
HVAC air filters are essential components in your AC as they help trap dust, pollen, pet dander, and other small particles that may be otherwise floating in the air in your home. Filters have different MERV ratings, which determine their effectiveness and the size of particles they can filter out.
Winter weather can wreak havoc on your plumbing, especially if you have any exposed pipes or outdoor faucets. Pipes begin to freeze once the temperature reaches 20°F, leaving you at risk of serious water damage in your home. Here are some top tips for winterizing your pipes in Texarkana. Shut
Winter is on the horizon, and there’s nothing quite like warming up with a hot shower or bath on a cold day. Make sure your water heater is ready for the cold winter weather with these tips. Book Routine Maintenance Water heaters have a surprisingly short lifespan, with many models