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    • What Kind of Refrigerant Does My Air Conditioner Use?

      With the phasing out of older air conditioner refrigerants, such as R-22 (or Freon®) many homeowners are wondering if their cooling system is ready ...

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    • How Choosing Energy Star Appliances Can Save You Money

      If you've been shopping for a new appliance like a refrigerator or stove, you have likely seen an ENERGY STAR® label. ENERGY STAR® is an Environmental ...

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    • How to Check a Gas Pilot Light

      While electronic ignition furnaces have been around for a while now, you may still have a gas furnace with a standing pilot light that remains lit all ...

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    • 11 Steps To Cleaner, Healthier Indoor Air

      According to the EPA, indoor air pollutants ranked among the top five environmental risks to public health. Because we spend around 90% of our time ...

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    • Reducing Water Waste In the Home

      97 percent of the earth's water is salt water, leaving only 3 percent of the earth's water fit for human consumption. While water is a renewable ...

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    • Using the Energy Factor To Choose a New Water Heater

      If you're planning on replacing your old water heater, one of the most important things to consider is how efficiently it will produce hot water. To ...

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    • How To Clean and Deodorize Your Kitchen Drains

      Keeping your drains clean will not only help remove the buildup that can lead to clogged drains and sewer line problems, it can also reduce the ...

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