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Potential Gas Leak Signs: What to Do

Potential Gas Leak Signs: What to Do

A sudden natural gas leak is always a cause for concern, whether it involves a pinhole leak in an aging indoor line, a rupture in an underground line or a

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Is Your Home Prepared for Unexpected Power Outages?

Is Your Home Prepared for Unexpected Power Outages?

In Corpus Christi, most of us are familiar with power outages. When big storms blow in, whether in summer or winter, the power can go off, creating major discomfort as

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What You Should Know About Heat Exchangers

What You Should Know About Heat Exchangers

In gas furnaces, heat exchangers perform the vital function of ensuring effective heating and, moreover, household safety. The burner in your furnace doesn’t directly heat the air that flows out

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Winter Safety Precautions for Your Corpus Christi Home

Winter Safety Precautions for Your Corpus Christi Home

The U.S. Fire Administration reports that fires related to home heating, cooking and holiday decorating are the leading risks associated with winter home safety. Although Coastal Bend winters don’t pose

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How Are Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors Working?

How Are Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors Working?

Most homeowners are careful about ensuring their smoke alarms are in place and working properly. But what about your carbon monoxide detectors? If you haven’t yet installed one, you might

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Preparing for Extreme Weather During Hurricane Season

Preparing for Extreme Weather During Hurricane Season

With hurricane season well underway on the Coastal Bend, it’s always helpful to review basic severe-storm preparations. Harsh weather, whether it’s a hurricane or a strong storm coming from inland,

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Home Safety Tasks for Spring

Home Safety Tasks for Spring

Spring is coming to Texas, and with it many homeowners turn to thoughts of spring cleaning. Along with your spring cleaning tasks, consider taking some time to assess the safety

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Cracked Heat Exchanger: A Danger to Your Household

Cracked Heat Exchanger: A Danger to Your Household

A cracked heat exchanger represents the one single problem that can take your furnace out of operation, even though it probably still runs. The heat exchanger absorbs the heat the

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Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Important for Home Safety

Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Important for Home Safety

It’s important to have carbon monoxide detectors in your home to keep occupants safe from exposure to this deadly gas. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a byproduct of the combustion process,

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Schedule a Home Energy Audit to See How You Can Save

Schedule a Home Energy Audit to See How You Can Save

Are you concerned that efficiency issues are to blame for your high energy bills? A home energy audit can give you in-depth insight into the efficiency of all its systems

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