Asbestos Siding: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 22 June 2015

Asbestos was once commonly used as a building material in the United States. Everything from pipe insulation and roofing to the siding on homes contained some asbestos. Today, it has been found that this material can be dangerous if inhaled, particularly for those who work around it. Many older homes today still have their original asbestos siding. If you are concerned that your home or a home you're interested in buying has asbestos siding, here is what you need to know.
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Benefits Of Duct Cleaning That May Surprise You

Posted on: 10 June 2015

Getting your ducts cleaned can eliminate years of unwanted dust from your HVAC system. This accumulation of dirt and grit can coat your condenser coils and the internal mechanical parts of your furnace and air conditioner. In turn, these pollutants can make the job harder for your HVAC system, causing it to become less efficient over time. In this way, cleaning your ducts can actually improve the performance of your furnace and air conditioner.
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Three Practical And Affordable Remodeling Projects That Give You More Than Energy Savings

Posted on: 27 May 2015

If you want your home to be more energy efficient, there are many things that you can do such as adding insulation or installing replacement windows. These are improvements that you cannot see, but there are some things, like adding a porch enclosure, which will give you a practical solution to energy efficiency in your home. Here are some of the things that you may want to consider investing in to give your home energy efficiency with visible results:
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Eco-Friendly Ways To Treat Contaminated Fracking Water

Posted on: 13 May 2015

Contracting practices that create and maintain drills, such as the process known as fracking, often tend to require a large amount of water in order to work to the tune of as much as 8 million gallons. Fortunately, there are new, more eco-friendly approaches to help treat dirty fracking water in order to make the process less environmentally damaging. Ultraviolet Light The benefit to this technology is that it can treat dirty fracking water onsite.
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