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DEFENSE: Protecting Your Pipes During Super Bowl LI

DEFENSE: Protecting Your Pipes During Super Bowl LI Halftime Flush, Fact or Fiction? If you are a Super Bowl fan, then you have probably heard that thousands of spectators who are watching the game at home will flush their toilets at the same time during Half Time. Some of these stories are true because several
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Discover How to Prevent and Thaw Frozen Pipes

Discover How to Prevent and Thaw Frozen Pipes This winter, when the coldest days and nights come to Allentown, will the pipes in your home be at risk of freezing? When ice forms inside a pipe, it expands and creates a great deal of pressure. With nowhere to go, the ice will eventually crack the
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Home Cleaning Checklist for the New Year

Home Cleaning Checklist for the New Year The New Year is an opportunity for a fresh start, and what better way to get a fresh start than to establish a quick but efficient way to clean your house. Sticking to a schedule for things that you do on a daily, weekly or monthly basis can
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6 Plumbing Tips to Help You Enjoy the Holidays Headache-Free

6 Plumbing Tips to Help You Enjoy the Holidays Headache-Free The holiday season should be a time of relaxation and fun. Spending time with the family, enjoying home-cooked meals, watching the kids build a snowman outside. All these little moments are what makes the holidays special. Plumbing problems during the holidays can throw a serious
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December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month

December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month Before Shopping Make a Checklist of Shopping Features Before shopping write down some features on toys that make them dangerous to children. Make sure to keep an eye out for these features during your shopping trip. Avoid toys with sharp edges and small parts that children can choke
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5 Effortless Winter Water Heater Prep Tips

5 Effortless Winter Water Heater Prep Tips Water heaters aren’t cheap, and while they do have a limited lifespan, there are things you can do to increase the number of years you’ll get from your system. Regular maintenance is the most important, and there are things you should do now to keep your water heater
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What is Veterans Day?

What is Veterans Day? Veterans Day was originally referred to as Armistice Day. November 11,1918 marked the official end of World War I, and to commemorate the day, legislation was passed in 1938 to dedicate the day to world peace and honor World War I veterans. Sixteen years and two wars later following the Korean
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4 Facts About Reverse Osmosis and Deionized Water

4 Facts About Reverse Osmosis and Deionized Water Are you concerned about the quality of water in your home? Do you wish to remove impurities and bacteria from your water to make sure it’s safe to drink and use? Do you find your water tastes bad because of minerals and other impurities? If you answered
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It’s Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

It’s Adopt a Shelter Dog Month The month of October is Adopt A Shelter Dog Month, a month dedicated to encouraging people to adopt and rescue a dog at their local animal shelter. There are many great reasons why you should adopt, rather than buy, a dog at your local shelter. You can also visit
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National Kitchen & Bathroom Month Tidbits

National Kitchen & Bathroom Month Tidbits If you’ve been dreaming about upgrading your bathroom or kitchen, you’re in luck! October is National Kitchen and Bathroom Month. The National Kitchen and Bath Association declared October to be the best month to stage these types of renovations back in 1982. Since then, this promotional month has worked
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