Jul 12, 2017

The Ins & Outs of Air Duct Cleaning

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As the heat of the summer comes to full on force this July and August, our home air conditioning systems are sure to be at full blast. While you keep your home comfortable with this luxury, you likely aren’t thinking about all the ductwork hidden behind your walls and above your ceiling. These hidden passageways carry the

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Jun 9, 2017

Top 5 Summer Disasters

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Summer is often thought of as a more mellow time of year, where the weather is more relaxed, and we’re able to enjoy the outdoors more. In reality, there are multiple weather-related disasters that can cause severe damage to your home in this season. Here are the top 5 most common summer disasters. Hurricanes Hurricane

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May 23, 2017

5 Common Summer Plumbing Issues

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Summer is a time when we are out and about enjoying the weather more than the cold months. With this time can come some increased use of your household appliances that can lead to issues if not taken care of. Here are the most common issues with plumbing that can come in the summer and

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Apr 20, 2017

Pollen: Reducing the Effects on your Home

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Spring is fully underway, and with it comes showers, flowers, and the lovely abundance of pollen. While there is much to enjoy about this season, pollen is often a hindrance to the pleasure for a plethora of people. In order to maximize everyone’s experience, here are a few tips to minimize the effects of this

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Mar 25, 2017

Troubleshooting Low Water Pressure

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If you’ve owned or even rented a home for very long,  you’ve probably run into the problem of low water pressure at some point. While often times the problem is an easy fix, it is important to assess the issue quickly to prevent the problem from escalating into something worse. We thought it would be a good

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Feb 25, 2017

Winter Repairs Update

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If you’ve been in Oregon the past few months, you know Central Oregon has had the most snow in one season in more than twenty years. Due to the out-of-the-ordinary conditions, many buildings throughout the area have experienced significant damage. School gymnasiums have collapsed, food market ceilings have crumbled, and homes have been victim to leaks,

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Jan 11, 2017

A Brief Guide for Home Buyers

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New Year New Me! Many of you may be thinking “Hey, 2017 is the year I make the transition from renter to homeowner!” As every homeowner can tell you, this big step comes with a lot of responsibility that one must be prepared for. There’s no longer going to be a landlord you can rely

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