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Naturally Cooling Your North Carolina Home

Summer is hot. Summer in North Carolina? Hot! Humid! You know that you can keep your home cooler with a well-maintained air conditioning system from Weather Master, but you can also help keep your home cooler from the outside, thus improving efficiency and helping your utilities budget.

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Sump It to Me: Sump Pump 101

A sump pump is something you don’t always think about, but it can help keep your home’s basement or crawl space dry when flood waters reach a certain level.

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Holiday Electrical Safety Tips

More than 86% of Americans decorate their homes as part of their holiday celebrations. Keep your holidays happy and bright. Review these electrical safety tips to avoid hazards that could occur. After you take your holiday decorations down from the attic the first thing you should do as you are taking the decorations out of …

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4 Steps to Evenly Heat Your Home…AND Keep the Peace in the Process

Struggling with a heating or cooling system that unevenly regulates the temperature of your home can be downright annoying- or the cause of turmoil in an otherwise peaceful household. Follow the step-by-step process below to regulate the temperature in your home. Step 1- Locate and clear the area around your cold air returns Your duct …

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4 Times You Should Call a Pro

In a world filled with projects, DIY sites, blogs and online tutorials, many of us stand to save a significant amount of money and learn a valuable skill or two by rolling up our sleeves and doing it ourselves.  Many small plumbing projects are well-suited for the do it yourselfer and we are thrilled you’re …

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Is Water Pressure Getting You Down?

We all take for granted when we turn on a faucet that water will immediately begin to flow, however, this is really dependent upon the pressure that water is under. Water pressure is created by water forcing its way through the distribution system to your tap. Homeowners experience water pressure problems when they have either …

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