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Winter Electrical Problems & How to Avoid Them

There’s no need to worry about winter electrical problems if you know what to look for, what to check, and what to replace. OnTime Service is here to help you this winter, and all year long. Read on to learn how to identify and conquer the top winter electrical problems, now and in the future. … Continue reading Winter Electrical Problems & How to Avoid Them

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8 Resolutions for a Cleaner Home | Housekeeping & Maintenance Tips

Try as we might, it’s difficult to keep the most common New Year’s resolutions, like losing weight and keeping a clean home. Luckily, there are some very useful housekeeping hacks to help you with the latter goal. Grab an apron with pockets so you have everything you need on hand and get to work making … Continue reading 8 Resolutions for a Cleaner Home | Housekeeping & Maintenance Tips

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When It Goes Dark: How To Prepare for Power Outages

You’re watching your favorite holiday film with the family and suddenly—black out! Now what? Do you know where the flashlight is? Do you have extra batteries? Do you own a generator? If you answered “No” to one or more of these questions, this blog is for you. Homes and cities are more prone to power … Continue reading When It Goes Dark: How To Prepare for Power Outages

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The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Furnace Repair

When your furnace starts developing problems, it can be tempting to want to fix it yourself. After all, sometimes it is as simple as flipping the breaker, lighting the pilot, or replacing the filter. When things get more complicated, however, it can be extremely dangerous to make repairs yourself. To help prevent repairs in the … Continue reading The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Furnace Repair

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How to Insulate Electrical Outlets & Boxes to Stay Warm and Save Money

It might not seem significant enough to warrant attention, but the small air gaps that exist around your electrical wall and ceiling boxes are leaking outside air in and hot air out at a much higher rate than you think. To put things into perspective, a small 1/8-inch gap around six of your outlets equals … Continue reading How to Insulate Electrical Outlets & Boxes to Stay Warm and Save Money

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