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There are lots of different ways to clean a carpet. If green cleaning and limiting the use of harsh household chemicals is a priority for you, you’ll be glad to know that there are plenty of natural alternatives for keeping your carpets clean and pristine. Whether you choose to do the carpet cleaning yourself or hire a carpet cleaning service that uses natural green cleaning methods, it’s a good idea to learn more about which natural products can clean and brighten your carpet while eliminating allergens and germs that can harm your family’s health. This blog will help you find the best ingredients for green carpet cleaning in your home.

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How To Fix A Stuck Toilet Handle

If you have a running toilet, it is usually caused by a stuck toilet handle. A toilet handle is a simple mechanism.that operates on a lift chain, which raises the flapper, or drain seal. The issue is simple to fix without professional help. It usually involves readjusting the chain or wire. Here are tips to fix a stuck toilet handle. Prepare to Work For this task, you need: work gloves pliers screwdriver small brush small container or plastic freezer bag vinegar Shut off the water supply valve, which is behind or beside the toilet. Read More 

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Has your central air conditioner recently become less efficient or stopped working altogether with no clear cause? The problem could lie in a set of coils inside the condensing unit outside your home. Those coils play an early but vital role in the cooling process. The condensing coils are designed to take in gas refrigerant pumped out by the compressor and transform that refrigerant into a liquid. The liquid travels through tubes in your walls to go inside your home's air handler and the evaporator coils found there. Read More 

Could Replacing Your Existing Roof With A Slate Roof Help You?

Asphalt shingles are typically the most common form of roofing material you will see on residential applications, but slate roofing shouldn't be brushed under the rug. In fact, there are many benefits to using slate roofing over many other types of roofing systems. Because it is so uncommon for homes, a lot of homeowners will not choose slate roofing as an option for replacement. By understanding the many benefits of this type of material, you can enjoy a great looking roof that lasts much longer than other common versions of roofing materials. Read More 

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When you buy a new air conditioning system, you usually expect to use it for at least the next couple of years. But, unless you are providing it with a minimum level of care, its longevity will most likely be shorter than what you had initially anticipated. There are various ways to ensure that your A/C unit will last for a long period of time, such as having it inspected on a regular basis by a qualified air conditioning contractor. Read More