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  • 3 Easy Home Fixes That Save You Money

    [caption id="attachment_6358" align="alignleft" width="300"]Money Savers Yourself Check Your Gutters To Make Sure They Aren't Clogged[/caption]

    Have some maintenance problems around your home and want to tackle them yourself? Take a look at these 3 easy home fixes that you can take care yourself. If the problem is to complicated for you, or you don't have the time, give your Home Mechanics and Cleveland Contractors a call today!

    Check Faucets, Shower Heads

    Leaky faucet or shower head? When you spring a leak in the kitchen or bathroom, it's probably the washer. These are often easy, quick fixes that are as simple as changing out a washer. Simply unscrew the faucet head, check the washer and replace it if it is worn out.

    Replace Air Conditioning/Heating Filters

    Changing out the air filter each month in your central air and heat unit can save money because it helps your unit run more efficiently. Filters designed to last more than a month cost a little more, but can save you time.

    Clean Outdoor Gutters

    Whether your home is one story or two, you'll need a ladder to clean out your gutters. Use an extension pole or shop vac to clear debris. Run water down the spout to make sure that water can flow freely.

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