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  • Dry air inside homes is known to cause health problems including dry skin, irritated sinuses or throat, cough, itchy eyes, and can lead you to becoming sick. As the weather gets colder and the air gets drier, you might want to consider adding a humidifier to your home this winter.

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  • Routine furnace maintenance can’t prevent all unexpected repair needs, but it can provide a strong foundation for the health and overall longevity of your home’s heating system.

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  • The City of Sioux Falls offers several plumbing rebates because “replacing old, inefficient water-using devices can save thousands of gallons each year.” Home remodels can upgrade your lifestyle – but did you know that they could also save you money?

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  • Today fire sprinkler systems have become a signature part of building codes as mandatory safety equipment. Learn more about how automatic fire sprinklers protect lives and property.

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  • We work with a variety of digital systems and equipment that make our jobs more efficient. The Procore system streamlines the many moving parts of service work that occurs on a job site.  

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  • It doesn’t take much water to cause a lot of damage. Homeowners can use a sump pump and regular gutter maintenance to protect their property against moisture problems.

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  • About 27 million households in the United States have a water heater that’s more than 10 years old. But when it comes time to replace yours, how do you choose?

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  • Your furnace works hard in the winter. There are a few steps you can take as a homeowner to help your furnace do it’s job all winter long – so, turn off the power to your heating system and it’s time to get to know your furnace.

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  • Skilled trades have evolved from manual labor professions into jobs that involve computers and other technical equipment.

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  • Howe performed a fire stand pipe test at the RH Johnson Plaza in downtown Sioux Falls.

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