In an article at US News & World Report, Chris Granger–the vice president and general manager of Sears Home Services–reveals how to keep your appliances up-and-running for as long as possible: you need to make an effort to learn how to take... Read more .
Need help deciding which windows are right for your home? Here’s what you need to know before you buy. Bad windows can mean bad news—leaks, poor insulation and infestations. You might find that your frames have rotted, that your heat runs nonstop... Read more .
In an article at Consumer Queen, find recommendations for how to ensure your appliances are ready for returning to a new school year. Is your fridge properly organized to maximize freshness, and have you cleaned the condenser coils? Have you... Read more .
If your energy bills are higher than average, the extra costs might be passing through leaky windows. Nobody wants to spend 30 percent more on energy bills because their windows are like sieves. While the most effective solution is to get energy... Read more .
Make sure your air conditioner is in good working order to keep you cool. When it gets hot outside, you want it to be nice and cool inside your home. Use this handy checklist to assess your HVAC system and then schedule an appointment for any... Read more .
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