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Ice Dams Pose a Serious Risk During Winter

Ice Dams Pose a Serious Risk During Winter

After a winter snow storm, some roofs look like a frozen waterfall, as snow on top melts and then refreezes when temperatures drop at night. Such so-called ice dams may

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Winter Safety Precautions for Your New Haven Home

Winter Safety Precautions for Your New Haven Home

As the weather becomes colder in the New Haven area, more of your family’s time will be spent indoors, with the heating system on and the windows and doors shut

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Have You Checked Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Have You Checked Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Now that another heating season is approaching and your home will soon be closed up against the cold, carbon monoxide (CO) exposure is a serious threat that you shouldn’t ignore.

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What to Include on Your Home Safety Checklist

What to Include on Your Home Safety Checklist

Home safety is one element of protecting your family, guests, and property from potential hazards and preventable disasters. Include the following items on your home safety checklist routinely to stay

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Simple Steps Homeowners Can Do to Help Prevent A/C Theft

Simple Steps Homeowners Can Do to Help Prevent A/C Theft

The condenser in an air conditioning system contains hundreds of dollars worth of copper, if scrapped. That makes it an inviting target for thieves, especially since it is outside of

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Take Time this Spring for CO Detector Maintenance

While preparing your home for the upcoming warmer months, don’t forget about carbon monoxide (CO) detector maintenance to help keep your family safe from this toxic and potentially lethal gas.

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Add Houseplants to Your Home for Beauty and Air Cleaning Qualities

Many of us would agree that houseplants beautify a home. But science has proven that houseplants also can protect human health because of their unique organic ability to continually clean

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Don’t Take Risks With Frozen Pipes

Frozen pipes can cause tremendous damage; just one small crack can leak 250 gallons of water per day. According to State Farm, a quarter of a million homes are ruined

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Hiring A Contractor? How NATE Helps You Tell Good From Bad

NATE (North American Technician Excellence) is an independent, third-party non-profit certification organization for HVAC technicians. Homeowners who request NATE-certified HVAC technicians receive skilled, professional service from technicians who have proved

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Protect Your A/C This Winter

As winter months approach, you’ll want to include a bit of off-season maintenance for your outside A/C condensing unit. Though you may be tempted to let the condenser sit uncovered

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