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7 Steps to Summer-Proof Your Home

Summertime is a time for fun, sun and vacation. But when you get home at the end of the day, you expect cool air and a place to relax from all of the excitement. During the summer months, controlling the heat indoors is critical to everyone’s sanity. We’ve laid out 7 steps you can take to make sure your home stays nice and cool this summer.

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When a Plumbing Problem Turns Into Disaster

Plumbing problems are never a welcome sight. Water damage refuses to knock on the door and instead seeps in through walls, floors, and ceilings, forcing homeowners to frantically call the local plumber. An obvious plumbing problem can be evident through leaky faucets or fractured pipes, but invisible leaks can lead to plumbing emergencies.

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If You Plan on Staying Cool This Summer

Unless you live on the equator in a third-world country, summer heat is manageable. Stay indoors, crank up the A/C, indulge in ice-cold smoothies, and you’ll avoid the heat wave. If your summer plans don’t include the A/C breaking down, then you need to schedule regular A/C maintenance.

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4 Eco Services Announces 25 Good Reasons to Call Them for HVAC Repair Services

4 Eco Services is offering a $25 savings on your air conditioning and heating repairs in and around K.C. Metro area; qualifying repairs include capacitor replacements, indoor and outdoor coil cleanings, motor replacements, humidifiers, thermostat upgrades, installation of new heating and/or air conditioning equipment, ductwork, air quality, replacing filters, checking refrigerant levels and assessing the overall condition of your system.   

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Do You Know What You’re Drinking?

The Safe Drinking Water Act, passed in 1974, gave EPA the authority to set the standards for safe drinking water. Since then, the U.S. public water system has become one of the safest and cleanest in the world. However, pregnant women, individuals with compromised immune systems, the elderly, children, and young infants can be especially vulnerable to contaminants in water.

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Prevent Water Damage Emergencies With Routine Plumbing Maintenance

According to Home Advisor, “The average homeowner spends between $1,048 and $4,065 to restore or repair water damage, with an average of $2,557.” Unfortunately, many homeowners take a reactive approach when it comes to taking care of their home. But what if Kansas City homeowners invested in prevention? 4 Eco Services, a Kansas City plumbing service provider, cautions local homeowners to take a proactive approach and learn about the ways they can prevent water damage.

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