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  • Suffering from dry eyes, itchy throat, or a cold you just can’t get rid of? Stop blaming your coworkers for your cold; it might be your home getting you sick.

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  • The Howe Apprenticeship program costs an estimated $3,700 per year, completely paid for by us. No school loans, no out of pocket payment, and no previous knowledge needed.

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  • Not all commercial buildings are up to par when it comes to the working order of their Fire Protection System or HVAC System.

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  • As a homeowner, and South Dakotan, you know the importance of a working furnace. The weather gets cold here and it’s crucial that your unit is working properly to make sure the temperature inside your home isn’t the same as it is outside. Watch for these warning signs to avoid a failing furnace this winter!

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  • Many houses around the Sioux Empire have basements, and it’s not uncommon for those basements to flood or leak during heavy rainfalls. To protect your home from moisture problems and flooding, a sump pump can be installed in your home.

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  • Having hard water in your home’s water system means there are high levels of calcium and magnesium in the water, which can be harmful to appliances, pipes and to you.

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  • Owners of cabins and vacation homes know that heating and cooling can lead to high-energy bills and are finding that updating from a manual thermostat to a Wi-Fi programmable thermostat bring many benefits.

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  • Howe offers complete commercial HVAC services for projects of all sizes throughout a four state region including South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. Our commercial HVAC service team leader, Adam Sundermann, explains a few things about commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.

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  • It’s time to put air conditioning maintenance on your radar to ensure having a cool, comfortable home once the high temperatures arrive. Here are a few proactive tips to help make sure your air conditioning is ready to go, and how to keep it functioning properly this summer.

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  • Instead of making the mistake of ignoring your water heater until an irreversible problem arises, you should take precautionary steps to prevent costly fixes later.

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