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Beware Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide (CO), an odorless, colorless gas, which can cause sudden illness and death, is produced any time a fossil fuel is burned. CDC works with national, state, local, and other partners to raise awareness about CO poisoning and to monitor CO-related illness and death in the U.S. GET A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR NEWS FROM […]

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Capillary Movement

See How Water Can Flow Against Gravity

Although not as serious as bulk water movement, capillary forces are powerful…often moving upwards without the occupant’s knowledge.

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Ask The Expert – AirVent

We participated in the 2018 Version of the AirVent Seminar in Pearl, MS. Paul Scelsi presented an informative technical seminar having first treating us to a great breakfast at Hilton Garden Inn. Thanks! Yummy! 

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Will Freezing Temps Ruin PEX Pipe?

Bottom Line! I have a run of PEX in my attic that freezes when the outdoor temps falls to about 15 degrees. Once my attic warms up (after a few hours the next day) the pipe thaw. So far no leaks.

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Picture of Gutters

How Can I Tell If I Need Gutters?

Maintain positive drainage by not allowing water to puddle near the foundation. The proper slope (angle of our lawn) should be at least 5%. That means your lawn should slope away from your foundation and be 5 inches lower, 10 feet away from your foundation.

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