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Why Is My Air Conditioner Short Cycling?

On the hottest days of the year, the last thing you need is your AC unit cycling on and off. Short cycling is when your unit decides to shut down its cooling cycle untimely. When your system is short cycling, it is a sign that your air conditioner needs repairs to...

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Will Air Duct Cleaning Help With Allergies?

If your home were a person, its air ducts would be the lungs that help it breathe every day. Over 50 million Americans experience a wide range of allergies every allergy season, and it is confirmed that allergies are one of the most common health issues affecting...

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How Can I Tell If My House Has Faulty Wiring?

Electrical wiring issues in your home can cause significant damage. Many house fires are caused by poor wiring, so protect your home by watching out for the following signs of faulty wiring. If you suspect there is something wrong with your home’s wiring, do not...

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How Often Do Home Pipes Need to Be Replaced?

Let’s start at the beginning. All pipes have a finite lifespan. Water supply pipes in the home tend to be made from a few different materials, including copper, brass, galvanized steel, and lead. In the case of lead pipes, the answer to the question, “when do my pipes...

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Electrical Safety Tips During a Thunderstorm

It wouldn’t be the summertime without the unexpected evening thunderstorms we’ve all come to love. However, thunderstorms are also powerful forces of nature that must be heeded with caution and careful preparation. Most people will simply go indoors during a...

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Signs That Your Air Ducts Are Due For Cleaning

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends that you clean your air ducts at least once every three years. However, depending on usage and geographical location, some air ducts tend to get dirty quickly than others and may need frequent cleaning. So how will...

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How to Tell If You Have a Blown Fuse

A fuse is an electrical safety device designed to self-destruct in case of a power surge and other overcurrent situations. The critical function of an electric fuse is to save the rest of the circuit from power surge damages. Replacing a blown fuse is less costly than...

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Should I Automate My Home’s Lighting?

There are many good reasons why homeowners invest in automated lighting. Besides being a luxury feature, lighting automation elevates your mood, illuminates art, and emphasizes your property’s architecture. Like any home improvement project, you should determine...

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Why Is My Water Heater Making Noise?

So long as hot showers and faucets flow, most people don’t think about their water heaters. However, that changes quickly when things go wrong — and cold. However, paying attention to some tell-tale signs of issues can help you recognize when you need...

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5 Must-Follow Generator Safety Rules

If you don’t have access to a standby generator in Rockingham County, NH, a portable generator can help you complete tasks outside. However, portable generators can be hazardous when used incorrectly. If you need to use a portable generator, follow these five...

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The Toilet’s Clogged — What Should You Do?

The team at Cornerstone Services is excited to offer plumbing repair, maintenance, and repair throughout New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts! As such, we are here to discuss one of the most common issues homeowners face — a clogged toilet. We know how...

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Should I Get New Ceiling Fans This Summer?

Every homeowner has their own way of dealing with the summer heat and humidity. Air conditioners are an excellent climate control tool that can keep you comfortable, but it’s no secret that they use a lot of energy and can increase your power bill. They also require...

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Should I Upgrade My Electrical Panel?

Your electrical panel, also known as a breaker or panel board, is one of the most critical devices in your home. Its job is to divide up the power entering your home and feed it into the subsidiary circuits that go to different rooms. It also protects each circuit in...

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Notice Regarding COVID-19

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)The safety of our customers and employees is our uncompromising priority, and we are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are monitoring the facts distributed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health...

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Tips To Protect Yourself From Power Surges

Power surges are unavoidable and they happen all the time. The best thing you can do is protect yourself by being aware that they happen and making sure you know what your options are. By making simple proactive choices, you can protect your valuable belongs (and stay safer) from power surges.

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