November 2018

Found 2 blog entries for November 2018.

Now that the weather is getting colder, it’s important that you have your furnace professionally inspected to make sure it’s working properly.

  

As the weather turns colder and we move closer to winter, it’s all the more important to make sure your home’s furnace is in good working order. That’s why today I’ve brought in Denise and Julie Wood of Dan Wood Plumbing and Heating to talk about the importance of maintaining your home’s furnace.

Having your furnace inspected on a yearly basis increases its longevity and protects your family from any unknown hazards. A certified professional can check its safety features and make sure the heat exchanger is in good condition. If it’s cracked at all, that can cause carbon monoxide emissions, which

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How to Bring Your Plants Inside for Winter

 

Metro Detroit Bringing Plants in for Winter 

By Ashley Miller 

Winter season is sneaking up on us and as you find yourself becoming less inclined to explore nature and be outside you’ll find that some of your favorites plants around your home feel the same way. Most native plants within your yard will do well throughout the winter given their ability to adapt to the colder Michigan conditions. However, you may have some plants that prefer a more tropical winter climate that will need to come indoors soon. Consider these ways on how to bring your plants inside for winter to make them last.

 

Identify Plants

Knowing what kind of plants that you have within your yard is a massive part of assessing what needs to be moved indoors to

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