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Spring is certainly the best time to take advantage of warmer weather and a time when many begin the process of deep cleaning in their homes.  Most people focus on clearing out clutter, cleaning closets, and preparing their garages, decks and patios for activities to come.  They often don’t think twice about what is floating in their air. 

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Picture this: You wake up on a cold January morning, crawl out of your warm, comfy bed and wander clumsily into the bathroom.  Without even opening up your eyes, you turn on the water, attempting to splash water on your face.  Much to your dismay nothing comes out of the faucet. You are the unfortunate victim of frozen pipes!!!  How does this happen you may ask…

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Water leaks not only sneak up on you, but can also cause widespread damage to floors, ceilings, walls and valuable and/or personal keepsakes.  Plus, they can disrupt your home for weeks during cleanup and repairs.  A leak that is left unchecked or unfixed can end up costing you thousands of dollars in damages, according to the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety.  With regular inspection and maintenance, homeowners can stop leaks before they start.

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Often times homeowners don’t realize that if they do or don’t do something that their new heating and cooling system may no longer be covered under their warranty. Many of us don’t take the time to read the owner’s manuals or warranty cards, even though we know we should. While you’re trying to remember where you put your manual, here are some quick tips to help you stay within your manufacturer’s warranty.

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The EPA ranks poor indoor air quality among the top five public health risks In fact, the air we are exposed every day in our Northeast Ohio homes can be up to 70% worse than the outdoor air, according to the EPA.  And studies show that the average American spends nearly 90% of their time indoors.

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Clearing a clogged drain can be a major hassle and one of the most common plumbing problems homeowners face. If there's a total blockage of the drain, then the sink, toilet, shower, or tub will be filled with water and the blockage will have to be removed through that. 

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When it comes to your home’s heating and cooling system, size matters.  Many homes have comfort systems that are too large for their needs, leading to a multitude of problems during the life of the equipment.

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