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Spring Cleaning Outdoors

April 13, 2015

Before you set down your mop and put away your gloves, there’s a bit more spring cleaning to be done. Head outdoors and enjoy the weather as you finish the last of your annual chores. Here are a few things you won’t want to miss.   Check for Leaks. Sprinklers and hoses that may be dripping water can cost you and the environment. Get your Head in the Gutter. Safely climb on the roof and clear out the leaves and branches that will impede gutters come winter. This is also a great time to make any repairs to leaking or broken gutters. While you’re up there, check the roof for torn or missing shingles or any gaps that may need... Continue Reading →

5 Smart Spring Cleaning Tips

April 02, 2015

Our grandmothers did it, and most of our mothers did, too. Now that we’re responsible adults, it’s also become our annual ritual. From cleaning out closets to dusting, waxing and polishing, spring cleaning is incentive to straighten up our homes and bring order to our lives. But before you put on the gloves and get out the mop, consider these five environment-friendly additions to your spring-cleaning checklist. 1.    Replace air filters Filters should be changed every three months, so if you haven’t replaced yours lately, now’s the time. Clean filters keep the air in your HVAC flowing and energy costs down. If you really want to be eco-smart, purchase washable filters that can be reused. 2.    Toss chemical-based cleaners There... Continue Reading →