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5 Ways To Reduce The Number Of Tankless Water Heaters You Need In A Tiny House

1 December 2015
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When you're trying to live in only 200 square feet or so of space, every inch counts. In most homes, multiple tankless water heaters are installed near the faucets and appliances that draw from them so you can run the dishwasher and shower at the same time. If you're trying to only use one or two water heaters in your tiny house to save as much space as possible, try these tips for getting more hot water out of fewer units.
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How To “Holiday Proof” Your Home This Winter

13 November 2015
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There's a familiar chill in the air as the end of the year approaches -- and with it comes the promise of festive holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. But while you're preparing the decorations, inviting party guests and creating elaborate menus, don't forget to keep that chill in the air outdoors where it belongs. Here are some important tips for keeping your "holiday proofing" your home against cold, ice and other unfriendly seasonal tidings.
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Three Causes For A Noisy Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit And What You Can Do To Correct Them

10 November 2015
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If your central air conditioning system's outdoor unit is making distracting or unusual sounds, such as rattling or buzzing, then it may be caused by one of several common problems. Fortunately, these problems aren't serious and can be corrected by most homeowners willing to spend a little time diagnosing and making repairs. Below are three possible causes for a noisy outdoor unit and what you can do to correct the trouble: Loose cabinet
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Three Reasons Why Your Home’s Water Pressure Suddenly Sucks

30 October 2015
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When the water pressure in all areas of your home suddenly takes a nosedive, it can turn even the simplest activities, such as washing the dishes, into an exhausting chore. Many times the problem can be easily fixed, but first you have to figure out what the issue could be. Here are three things that could be causing low water pressure in your home. Recent Plumbing or Other Home Repairs
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Dealing With Central A/C Air Flow Issues

30 October 2015
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Good air flow lies at the cornerstone of your central air conditioning system's operation. Without it, the conditioned air your central A/C produces wouldn't be able to circulate throughout your home. Poor air flow issues can be caused by a variety of common problems. In fact, the following shows how you can resolve your A/C system's air flow problems by fixing these common issues: Check Your Vent Registers In homes without zoned climate control systems, closing vent registers is often the go-to method for moderating temperatures on a room-by-room basis.
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What can your HVAC technician do for you? Some HVAC contractors perform tasks beyond the heating and cooling system work that they do for you. In fact, my HVAC technician does plumbing and even some electrical work in my home. I had no idea that the company offered this type of service until he made a few suggestions about improving the plumbing system in my home as he inspected my HVAC system to get it ready for winter. Find out what your HVAC contractor can do for your home here on my blog. When you've reached the end, you will know very well what you can ask of your technician and avoid contacting a second contractor.

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