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Recognize and Prevent These 5 Common Fire Hazards This Winter

holiday fire hazards

Christmas is a time of joyous celebration, but it is also the time when we are exposed to a variety of holiday fire hazards. Every year across the nation, there are

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Protect Your Home with These Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

As the weather turns colder across the nation, millions of homes will start cranking up the heat to keep their families and friends warm. Before this happens, however, it’s a good

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Why Kitchen Ventilation During Thanksgiving is Important

Why Kitchen Ventilation During Thanksgiving is Important

When you have the oven going and pots on the stovetop preparing a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, your kitchen and other rooms in your home can become overly warm and stuffy.

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Thermostat Best Practice for the Fall

Thermostat Best Practice for the Fall

Not only is the autumn season in Florida absolutely beautiful, it’s also the perfect time for homeowners to make sure their thermostat needs are being met. Let’s take a look

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How Fog Machines Can Affect Your HVAC Efficiency

How Fog Machines Can Affect Your HVAC Efficiency

One of the most popular ways to give your home a creepy, spooky atmosphere this Halloween is with a fog machine. But what kind of impact can that fog machine

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Crawl Space Safety During HVAC Maintenance and Repairs

Crawl Space Safety During HVAC Maintenance and Repairs

Whether you have a crawl space under your home or an unfinished attic, you sometimes must access these places to perform certain tasks, including working on wiring, plumbing or the

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Loss of Heat: How to Stay Warm in a Power Outage This Winter

Loss of Heat: How to Stay Warm in a Power Outage This Winter

Palm Beach County isn’t the worst place you can be in a winter power outage, but our homes can still get mighty cold when temperatures plummet. Maybe it’s because South

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Safety Tips for When You’re Working In Your Home’s Attic

Safety Tips for When You're Working In Your Home's Attic

You may not go up inside your unfinished attic very often. When you do, it’s probably important. HVAC equipment is often located up above, or you may simply be installing

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Prevent Basement Flooding in Your Home

Prevent Basement Flooding in Your Home

Spring and summer may be associated with thoughts of warmer weather and blooming flowers, but many homeowners think about the heavy rains and severe weather that could result in basement

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Spring Season Storm Preparation: What You Need to Know

Spring Season Storm Preparation: What You Need to Know

The return of spring also means the return of storm season. By taking a few storm prep steps this year, you can dramatically improve your family’s safety and reduce the

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