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Winterizing Your Home

Winterizing your home can save you cash and make your winter much more comfortable and relaxing. Make sure your home is ready for another Midwest winter with these Fall Home Maintenance Tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Fall Home Maintenance Tips for Winterizing Your Home A big part of winterizing your home is making sure your heat works well and stays in the house. There are a few things you(…)

10 Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips

Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to help you make your home, car, and wallet a little greener with these energy saving tips. We all like to save money, and using your energy more efficiently is a great way to do it. You can save a ton of energy and money by making some small changes to your home and habits. Energy Saving Tips 1. Install a programmable thermostat in your home. (…)

Dryer Vent Cleaning Guide

Regular dryer vent cleaning will protect your home from a dangerous house fire. Every year, thousands of Americans lose their homes to house fires caused by something most homeowners don’t even realize could be a problem: their clothes dryers. Well, more specifically, the lint that can build up in their dryer’s exhaust vent. Lint is highly flammable and can build up in your dryer vent over time, even if you regularly(…)

Microwave Oven vs. Toaster Oven

A microwave oven and a toaster oven are usually used for a lot of the same things in the kitchen. Both can cook smaller amounts of food, frozen foods, and reheat leftovers. However, there are a lot of differences in what these two ovens can do. The toaster oven is more versatile, but is more expensive and loses to the microwave oven in one very important area: time. Let’s look(…)

Home Humidifier Benefits

At some point during the winter, you may have sat down in your living room and thought “Why is it so dry in here? My nose is all dry, I have a sore throat, and I just drank a quart of water, but I’m still thirsty. I feel like I’m in the Sahara Desert.” Cold weather and low humidity can dry out the air in your home. During winter and(…)


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