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    • Improve Allergy Symptoms With Better Indoor Air Quality

      April showers bring May flowers — but these spring activities can also bring some unpleasant allergy symptoms, too. Although you can’t control the quality of the outdoor air, you can manage your ...

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    • Jefferson County Home, Garden & Rec Show

      Jefferson County Home, Garden & Rec Show Posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 3:46 PM We will be at the Jefferson County Home Show, Friday, March 22, 2013 to Sunday, March 24, 2013. Hours are Friday 5 ...

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    • Drought, 2012

      We've been getting a lot of calls this week from customers concerned about their wells. The lack of rain in Southeastern Wisconsin has a lot of people thinking about it and wondering what they should ...

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    • The Benefits of Having Low Flow Fixtures

      You may think of bathroom fixtures as something you choose from an aesthetic standpoint, more than an economic perspective. Sure, a price point might be in mind, but for many, the idea of water ...

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    • Preparing Your HVAC and Plumbing For Summer

      Now is the perfect time to ensure that your home is ready for the busy summer ahead. Though your yard work might be your top priority right now, there are still some indoor things you don’t want to ...

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    • Repair or Replace: 5 Signs It's Time for an HVAC upgrade

      Repair or replace? This might be a common question you find yourself asking around the house. As a homeowner, it can oftentimes feel like all of your money goes towards some sort of renovation project ...

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    • The Importance of The V in HVAC

      We know our AC is there to keep us cool and comfortable on the hottest of days. We get that our heating provides us with warmth on a frigid night, but how much do most of us know about the V in HVAC? ...

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    • Why Is My AC Suddenly Noisy?

      A well-working air conditioning unit should relatively be silent. In fact, the only time you should hear anything more than a whisper is when you are turning it on. However, there are sudden ...

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    • What Your Low Water Pressure Could be Telling You

      How low does your water flow? If the answer is too low, you’ll want to keep reading. Low water pressure, can be a sign of several different plumbing issues that should be addressed. If you are ...

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    • Energy Efficiency Tax Credits

      More Information About Updated Tax Credits On December 17, 2010, President Obama signed the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010. This law extends the tax ...

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    • Universal Design

      A growing number of healthy, active people nearing retirement age are making plans to stay in their current residence as long as possible. Designers from across the country agree that bath products ...

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