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Month: March 2018

Get winter clothes and linens ready for storage with Laundry Pro 2.0!

Get winter clothes and linens ready for storage with Laundry Pro 2.0!

Here’s a trend you may not have heard about: when springtime rolls around, some people gather their winter clothes and linens, take them to the dry cleaner’s for cleaning, and then store them there until the next year! Coats, heavy blankets, scarves, hats and sweaters might all need a good cleaning after a season’s worth of wear, but the dry cleaning process can be costly – not to mention laden with chemicals. We think there’s a more effective, safer and…

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How to Survive Spring Allergy Season

How to Survive Spring Allergy Season

Although some parts of the country have recently been under siege from an early-spring snowstorm,  spring has sprung in many parts of the US, and people are beginning to feel the effects of the oncoming spring allergy season. Pollen levels are already wreaking havoc for many, and they’re only expected to get worse. You might know the symptoms well: that throbbing headache, itchy, watery eyes and runny nose are all signs that your allergies are about to go haywire. The good news is,…

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5 Tips on How to Improve Your Home’s Ventilation

5 Tips on How to Improve Your Home’s Ventilation

The term ventilation refers to the exchange of indoor and outdoor air. According to the EPA, “without proper ventilation, an otherwise insulated and airtight house will seal in harmful pollutants, such as carbon monoxide, and moisture that can damage a house.”[1] If you’ve got a stove or fireplace, gases from these appliances can build up to hazardous levels in a poorly ventilated home. This also is true for excess moisture and humidity. Whether you live in an area prone to high…

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