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DIY Ways to Add Humidity Back to Your Home

  • By Fred McCollum
  • Posted January 12, 2015
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DIY Ways to Add Humidity Back to Your Home

With the weather only getting colder as we get further into January, a pandemic is sweeping the nation. It’s affecting children and adults alike. It affects your pets too. No one is safe from this ailment. It goes by many names, but no matter what language you speak, the mere mention of this condition will […]
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  • By Fred McCollum
  • Posted January 5, 2015
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7 Signs of A Dying Furnace

Having a furnace go out unexpectedly is one of the more stressful experiences a homeowner faces. Fortunately, furnaces do give certain telltale signs of when they’re on the way out, and these signs can be apparent to anyone in the home – you just need to know what to look for. By keeping watch for […]
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  • By Fred McCollum
  • Posted December 11, 2014
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Tips for Saving Money on Your Heating Bills

By now, homes in northern Virginia have let their AC units rest for the winter, and have begun to receive their energy bills for heating their homes. If those bills are looking scary to you, you’re not alone. According to the Department of Energy, the costs for heating your home in the colder months account […]
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  • By Fred McCollum
  • Posted October 10, 2014
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How Important is Humidity in Your Home?

It’s often the last thing you think about when it comes to climate control, but dry air can have adverse effects on both your family and your home. For years, doctors and home building experts alike have recommended home humidifiers to prevent the damaging effects of dry air for many reasons, including: Low humidity increases your chances of colds, flu […]
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  • By Fred McCollum
  • Posted September 24, 2014
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Winter 2015: It’s Gonna Be A Cold One

Those in Northern Virginia that felt last winter’s weather was brutal may be in for some tough news. This year’s Farmer’s Almanac is predicting much colder weather this upcoming winter, with above-average snowfall. Understanding that if you pot a hundred weather forecasters in the same room, you’ll probably end up with a hundred forecasts, the […]
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  • By Fred McCollum
  • Posted August 8, 2014
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7 Signs of Possible AC Failure

It’s funny how weather can change our priorities. Six months ago, we were desperate for a reprieve from the weekly snowstorms – a day over 50 degrees was cause for taking a vacation day. Fast forward to this summer, and we wish we could have one or two of those days back! The sun is […]
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