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Rowan Guthrie

What to Know About HVAC Efficiency Ratings: SEER, EER and HSPF

As long as your furnace or AC continues to do its job, you’re unlikely to think about its efficiency rating. But you should — because just as a leaky faucet can run up your water bill, an inefficient HVAC system can result in higher energy costs.

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Home Improvement
James Fitzgerald

How to Drain a Pool

There comes a time when every pool owner must perform an essential yet frequently overlooked maintenance task: draining their pool. Here are two methods that'll help you get this job done.

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Hannah Stephens

How Much Does It Cost to Charge an Electric Car?

Electric vehicles are expensive, but charging is where you actually could save some cash. Here’s how to find out if switching to an EV will really save you money.

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Home Improvement
Hannah Stephens

Read This and You'll be Flush With Knowledge About Different Types of Toilets

Unfamiliar with the most common types of toilets. Explores the differences between toilet flushing systems, including pros, cons and price comparisons.

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Michael Franco

How to Clean a Bathroom Exhaust Fan

Cleaning your bathroom exhaust fan is essential to ensure its optimal performance. In this comprehensive guide, we'll take you through the step-by-step process of cleaning a bathroom exhaust fan.

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Home Improvement
Michael Franco

Secure Your Furniture to Prevent Tip-Overs: A Step-by-Step Guide

Anchoring TVs and furniture to the wall is a simple yet crucial step that can prevent accidents and give peace of mind. This step-by-step guide shows you how.


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