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Concerned About High Energy Bills? Get Air Duct Sealing Services for Your Seattle Home

By Mike on March 7, 2019

Air ducts are a very important part of your house. Many homeowners are under the impression that duct maintenance starts and ends at cleaning. However, air ducts are far more complex and require sealing to remain an effective air passage system. Duct sealing is the process of restricting the gaps and cracks in your duct

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Mysterious Areas of Your Seattle Home

By Mike on January 24, 2018

This is the time of year in the Puget Sound area where your home speaks to you. Whether it be in whispers of cold air whistling into your home’s structure from somewhere, or your floor creaking because of cold temperatures creeping into your home’s interior through the floorboards, you’d better pay attention to what your

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6 Reasons Why Prescriptive Air Sealing Your Home Should Be on Your To-Do List

By Mike on February 28, 2017

You may be surprised to learn that a massive amount of energy is wasted due to cracks, holes, and gaps in your house. This can cause several issues around your house, resulting in thousands of dollars worth of repairs and medical expenses. However, you can protect your house and your family by prescriptive air sealing

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Reduce Pollution in Your Home: Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

By Mike on February 17, 2017

Establishing and maintaining a healthy living environment means keeping a clean house in both the places you can see and those you can’t. Spaces like your attic and crawl space have a huge impact on your indoor air quality. Keeping these areas clean is key to preventing respiratory issues and other health problems caused by

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5 Reasons to Maintain a Clean Crawl Space for Your Home

By Mike on February 29, 2016

You might never go into your crawlspace, but that’s what we do best. You dust and vacuum regularly, but when was the last time you thought about cleaning your crawlspace? Many people don’t, at least not until there’s a problem. But some problems aren’t obvious until they affect your quality of life indoors. Maybe you’re

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Home Cleaning Checklist For Elderly Caregivers

By Mike on February 22, 2016

Stephan Baldwin is the Director of Business Development for Assisted Living Center, an online resource for senior living articles, communities, and guides. It is never easy to move your parents out of a home they have enjoyed for decades. However, if you are a caregiver and know that your parents need more help than you

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How to Know When Your Attic Insulation Needs Replacing

By Mike on February 15, 2016

A well-insulated attic is a happy attic. If the attic is happy, so is the rest of the home! They are just like the head that sits on top of your shoulders; if you’ve got a headache, the rest of the body usually suffers too. Noticing chilly drafts in the house, scratching heard through the

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3 Reasons to Let a Professional Handle Your Attic Insulation

By Mike on January 27, 2016

There’s a right and wrong way to go about attic insulation, and a professional knows what your house needs. If you watch DIY TV shows often enough, you might come away with an empowered feeling that you can take on the world. Or at least most of the aisles at your home improvement store. But

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