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Many Florida homes built between the late 70s through the mid-90s contain polybutylene pipes. Polybutylene is a type of plastic resin that was used frequently in the manufacture of water supply piping during this time period....

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If you want to know what it’s like to live in a humid climate, just ask any Floridian! We spend our summers in this very humid weather, and it often works its way into our fall and spring too. In order to combat the humidity, we tend to run our air conditioners constantly. ...

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The holidays are upon us and we all have our own special way of celebrating. For some of us, that means hosting our families and friends and for others, traveling during the holidays to visit friends and/or family....

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The holidays are right around the corner. Whether you're hosting a yearly holiday party or getting ready for overnight guests, you'll want to make sure your home is ready....

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Colder weather is just around the corner (brrr!), making us appreciate the invention of indoor heating! Have you ever wondered how amazing inventions came to be? The evolution of central heating systems dates back many, many years ago, advancing from campfires to hearths to fireplaces to stoves and even underfloor systems to become the modern central air systems that we appreciate and enjoy today....

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