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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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Crawl Space Winter Maintenance: Should I Heat My Seattle Crawl Space?

By Mike on January 19, 2019

With the winter in full blast, it’s normal for homeowners to worry about winter maintenance, energy costs, and frozen pipes. However, DIY crawl space maintenance may not be the best solution during the winter months. Because of this, we put together a simple guide on how to keep your pipes and crawl space safe and

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How to Prevent Pipes from Freezing

By Mike on December 30, 2015

When it comes to home repair, fixing a burst pipe is one of the most frustrating tasks. It costs money, time, and the painful effort of crawling into some tight space to reach the pipe. Unfortunately, as winter moves in and temperatures plummet, many homeowners will find themselves in that exact situation. Some water supply

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Strategies for Cold Floors

By Mike on February 13, 2014

If you dread putting your feet on the floor, there’s a good chance insufficient crawlspace insulation or air leaks are to blame. All un-carpeted floors will get cool in winter, but if your floors don’t warm up during the day, chances are you have a problem with insulation in your crawl space, or home penetration air

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