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A traditionally male dominated industry, recent labor shortages across the United States have opened trade opportunities for women. Women make up approximately 9% of the U.S. construction industry, 1.6% of the plumbing industry and 3% of those employed in electrotechnology and telecommunications trade. These percentages, while small, have grown a significant amount since the 1990s…

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As the weather gets colder, it can be hard on the pipes in your home or business. It’s important to know how to keep your pipes functioning properly in the winter to keep you, your family, and your home warm! Check out our infographic to learn more about how to prevent frozen pipes.  Preventing Frozen…

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Many multistory homes throughout the country experience something called the “cold water sandwich” effect. This phenomenon is most common on upper floors of homes with tankless water heater systems. While these systems are incredibly efficient and effectively provide hot water on demand, they may struggle to provide consistent hot water after first turning on, especially…

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If you have noticed a less than pleasant scent lurking from your kitchen sink, the problem is probably coming from your garbage disposal. Luckily, there are simple solutions. Fixing a Stinky Garbage Disposal These home remedies use common household items that you probably already have on hand. Here are Applewood Plumbing Heating & Electric’s favorite…

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The water heater in your home is one of your most important appliances. Water heaters are often taken for granted, but as soon as they have problems and stop working, they immediately demand attention. If you’re considering a new water heater for your home you should take time to consider your options. Traditional tank-based water…

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Plenty are aware of the toilet paper frenzy currently taking place, but what many aren’t aware of is the impact of putting more than waste down your toilet. “Paper towels, sanitary wipes, napkins, diapers and other items are not meant for the sewer system and can overload and clog sewer lines,” said John Murphy, Master…

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There’s always lots of talk about outdoor air pollution. However, various studies have shown that indoor air can be much worse; and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are common contributors. Here’s what you need to know about these pollutants. What is a volatile organic compound (VOC)? A volatile organic compound is a chemical containing carbon that…

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One of the best features of the holiday season is admiring all of the lights and decor people put up to celebrate. As you decorate, it’s important to be cautious of what can potentially happen if you aren’t aware of how many electrical resources you’re using. Here are 10 safety and energy-saving tips to keep…

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Winter made an early appearance this year. Have you had time to prepare your home for dropping temperatures? Follow these simple steps to keep your home running efficiently: Inspect Heating System Hire a certified technician to inspect your furnace to be sure the system is clean, and running efficiently. The inspection will include measuring carbon-monoxide…

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