3 Tips To Change Up Your Lighting Fixtures

Posted on: 18 August 2015

You just don't have the desire to hunt down new lighting fixtures for your home, but you're not thrilled with what you've got. Are you stuck with them? Of course not. There are plenty of ways that you can update or subtly change your overhead lighting without having to rewire anything at all. Change Out the Bulbs Odds are that if you're dealing with an older fixture, you probably have incandescent bulbs up there.
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Waiting For The Ripe Time: How To Trim Fruit Trees Without Killing Them

Posted on: 11 August 2015

Fruit trees can be a fantastic asset to add to your property. They provide shade, beauty, and, best of all, food. They increase your home's value, but only once they are mature and fruiting. How can you get them there? Fruit trees can be sensitive to their environment, so it's very important to protect them and care for them properly. That means waiting for the right time to prune and trim them.
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How To Make Smart Choices When Choosing A New Furnace

Posted on: 22 July 2015

If you live in the eastern part of the country or the Midwest, then your furnace is undoubtedly the most important appliance in your home because average temperatures between 15 and 25 degrees Fahrenheit are likely during the winter months. A good furnace can keep you warm even in the most frigid weather. However, if your heater is more than 20 years old, then you may notice parts and pieces starting to break on a regular basis.
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How To Safely Remove Soldered Copper Tubing From Your Air Conditioning System

Posted on: 9 July 2015

Copper tubing is an integral part of any residential air conditioning system, and knowing how to work with it properly is a prerequisite for successful repairs. If you are planning to replace a soldered copper line, then there are several things you should know, but one of the most important is how to remove the old lines. Below is more information: A guide to removing copper tubing Both the elements of nature and accidents of men can cause damage to copper tubing.
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