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What to Look for in Your Home HVAC System

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This is a collaborative post. Our HVAC units are often taken for granted, heating our homes during cold months, and keeping us cool when it gets too warm out. We depend on heating and cooling to keep us comfortable without giving any of it much thought until something goes wrong, and we call in for professional reinforcements. However, emergency HVAC …

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5 Ways You Can Keep Your Home’s Air Clean

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This is a collaborative post. Our homes are like mini-ecosystems. The indoor air we breathe is one of the most important aspects of living in a clean and healthy environment. By knowing and implementing air cleaning and purifying remedies in your home, you will make your residence safer for you and your household. Using a mixture of natural and human-made solutions around …

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Eco-Friendly Compostable Wallpaper Solutions

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I’m really glad to hear about brands trying to figure out new ways of producing environmentally friendly solutions to when it comes to home improvement and decorating. IKEA for one has been always good at this but feels like other small and big companies are also joining in the good fight. We might be the lucky generation that not only …

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Summer Gardens Are Made In Winter: Jobs To Tick Off Your List Now

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This is a collaborative post. Winter might be the most challenging season for gardeners, but all the elbow grease and endeavour will be rewarded when warmer climes arrive. Many of us look forward to longer, brighter days when the buds start to blossom and our gardens become more colourful and vibrant. The trouble is that to get to this point, …

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5 Eco-Friendly Ways To Get Rid Of Pests

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This is a collaborative post. Most American households have a pet of some kind. There is no doubt that most people love animals. However, not all living things are welcomed into our homes. While dogs, cats, birds, bunnies and other common pets are beloved, pests like mice, cockroaches and other critters certainly are not. Still, that doesn’t stop them from …

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Wardrobe Full to Bursting with Winter Wear?

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This is a collaborative post The first step in solving any problem is figuring out what’s causing it. If your wardrobe’s full to bursting, you could say the problem is you’ve got too many winter clothes, but that doesn’t dig quite deep enough. It’s most likely not how many possessions you have, but how you’re storing them. When cupboards and …

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Why Oak Flooring Is Simply The Best

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This is a collaborative post. It’s no secret that solid oak flooring is a stunning addition to any home; you can’t get more elegant and classic than this.  Where other types of flooring may surrender to the wear and tear of every life, oak floors are certain to retain their beautiful looks for generations. There are so many reasons why …

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Features Every Self-Storage Should Have

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This is a collaborative post. When seeking a place for storing your belongings, the number one top priority for most is security. There are tons of things that can go wrong at a self-storage facility, everything from theft to flood. That’s why when scouting for the best storage units, it’s essential to look at their features and whether or not …

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Green Living Tips For Apartment Renters

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This is a collaborative post. It’s Not Easy Being Green – Environment Tips For Apartment Dwellers If you rent an apartment, it can be tricky to be as environmentally friendly as you’d like to be.  Many tenants are unable to make major changes to their apartment such as switching to greener energy and installing programmable thermostat which are kinder to …

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A Guide to Choosing Wicker Furniture for Your Outdoor Space

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This is a collaborative post. Your garden furniture has to endure a lot more than any interior furnishing. With natural materials such as wicker, you have strength, durability and visual appeal, all of which are essential for outdoor furniture. Of course, there is a wide range of wicker products to choose from. With that in mind, here are some tips …