2015

Revitalizing An Asphalt Driveway

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If you have just moved into a new home that has an asphalt driveway, you may need to do some maintenance if it has not been taken care of routinely while the home was awaiting a buyer. Asphalt is a wonderful medium for a driveway surface as it is smooth and durable. It also gives a pleasing look to the visual appearance of your property. Here are some steps to follow when making repairs to an older driveway.

10 July 2015

3 Tips For Maintaining Your Asphalt Driveway

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If you have an asphalt driveway, it's important that you maintain its condition to avoid unnecessary deterioration. While asphalt is durable, it will eventually wear down, especially if residues like oil, transmission fluid, tire residues, and even brake grease are allowed to build up on the surface. The chemicals within these residues, if allowed to accumulate over time, will mingle with the asphalt's contents and break them down. However, if you follow these simple maintenance tips you can keep your asphalt driveway in good health.

19 June 2015

3 Guidelines For Heating And Cooling Maintenance

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When you want to make sure that your home is always comfortable throughout the years, you'll need to remember some valuable heating and cooling tips. By providing these tips to take care of your air conditioner and heater, you'll be able to avoid costly repairs, protect your home, and maintain even temperature conditions and utility bills. With that in mind, read this guide and apply these tips for the best heating and cooling maintenance for your home.

8 June 2015

Central Air Or Window Unit? What's Best For You?

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Summer is just about here, and if you reside in a southern locale, your temperatures are already soaring. But if you live in the north, you may be wondering if you really need to invest in central air conditioning. Here's a look at the differences between a window unit and central air to help you decide what's best for you. Expense Central air conditioners are more expensive to purchase and install.

26 May 2015

Getting More Efficiency From Your AC Unit With A House Fan

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Cooling your home in a hot climate is not a luxury; it is a necessity. People die every year from health complications that arise during heat waves. That being said, you really can't afford not to cool your home, but at the same time, it can be a challenge to afford the cost of cooling. After all, cooling a home is one of the biggest expenses a homeowner has to contend with.

12 May 2015

How To Paint Your Vinyl Siding

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You can paint wood siding and aluminum siding, but did you know that you can also paint your vinyl siding? Why would you want to paint your siding? For starters, if your siding is in good shape and is simply faded by the sun, or you just want to change the color, you can paint it rather than replace it. Painting your siding can also help to add curb appeal if you are planning on selling your home.

21 April 2015

How to Keep Your Air Conditioning Costs Down

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Homeowners spend almost half of their monthly utility bills towards heating and cooling their homes.  With so much money going towards controlling the climate in your house, these tips can help you cut your cooling costs and help you save energy. Plant Trees: Planting leaves and shrubs around your home will stop the sun from getting inside and heating up your house. Planting shrubs around your air conditioner to protect it from direct sunlight can also increase its efficiency by keeping it cool as it runs.

9 April 2015

Two Essential Components Of Rainwater Harvesting

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One of the best things about rainwater harvesting is that, apart from the initial equipment purchase and installation costs, you won't have to spend any more money for the water. All you need is a collection point, a transportation system, and a storage system. The issue of the collection point is simple because your roof acts as an excellent trap for rainfall. Here is the information you need for the transportation and storage systems:

27 March 2015

Saving Money On Energy Costs: How Home Window Replacements Can Help

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Have you noticed that the wooden frames surrounding your home windows are rotting away? You may want to think about getting your windows reframed, and replacing the glass is another thing to consider if you want to save on energy costs. Below, discover how home window replacements can be an investment that will keep more money in your wallet in the long run. What Can Make Home Window Replacements an Energy Saver?

16 March 2015