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HVAC Tips for the Fall Season

Well the first day of fall is officially upon us, which means you should be thinking about prepping your home for the upcoming season. One of the major things to think about is your HVAC system, and our cooling and heating repair experts have a few tips to help get you ready for cooler temperatures.

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5 Common Toilet Issues and Their Causes

Does your toilet run constantly? Does it flush slowly? Maybe it gets clogged on a regular basis. No matter what the issue, our plumbing experts know how frustrating toilet problems can be. Here are the most common issues and the reasons they may be happening.

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What a World Powered by Renewable Energy Could Look Like

At Timothy Off, we’re always fascinated by new and continued developments in the renewable energy world and we do our best to keep our carbon footprint down. (Just look at our geothermal heating and cooling service!) Recently, we discovered an article by Kendra Pierre-Louis that discusses the possibility of a world that relies solely on renewable energy. We thought we’d share.

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The Top 3 Benefits of an Air Scrubber System

Most of our time is spent indoors – especially in our homes, so indoor air quality is extremely important. If your home is full of dust, dirt, and other particles, it means you and your family are constantly inhaling them as they circulate through your HVAC unit.

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5 Signs of a Damaged Sewer Line

While some plumbing issues are minor and can be taken care of fairly easily, sewer line damage is a more serious issue. A crack or leak in your sewer line can mean water damage, sewage exposure, and more. Here are 5 signs of a damaged sewer line.

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Can Computer Servers Be Used to Heat Water?

If you’ve ever owned a laptop, you know they can get pretty hot (even to the point of overheating, if your laptop is an older one). Chances are you’ve never thought twice about it, but Dutch company Nerdalize has its sights set on using that heat for something more.

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What Did People Use Before Air Conditioners?

It was 1902 when the first modern air conditioning unit was invented by Willis Carrier and ever since then, people around the world have enjoyed cold, crisp air in the heat of the summer. Although 1902 sounds like a long time ago, remember that people lived long before 1902 without air conditioning. So how exactly did they keep cool? Our air conditioning experts explain.

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Home Energy Installations: Geothermal vs. Solar

The majority of homeowners use electricity, natural gas, or oil to power their homes. However, over the last decade or so, some have turned to alternative sources of energy such as solar or geothermal. Here, our geothermal installation experts explain the differences between the two.

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