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Bonfe Insider: September 2021

Isn’t it time you breathe easy? If you’ve worried about what you’ve been breathing in over the last year and a half, you’re not alone. Between the smoke and haze of wildfires to the lingering threat of an unprecedented virus, our lungs – and our stress levels – have been through a lot. We can’t

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Bonfire Insider: August 2021
Bonfe Insider: August 2021

What should I do if my air conditioner suddenly stops working? Don’t sweat it! We’re here to help. Air conditioners can stop working for a number of reasons. The experts at Bonfe have compiled a few basic things you can check on your own. If those don’t work, Bonfe’s Rest Assured Response™ promises to get

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Bonfe Insider: March 2021

Water pressure woes? No power in your shower?  Here’s a decision tree to help you figure out what’s wrong and how to fix it. (These questions assume you’re on a city water system.) Question 1: Is it the whole house? Water pressure problems with a single faucet or shower head indicate a problem with that

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Bonfe Insider: October 2020

Winter is coming… is your home’s heating system ready?  Welcome to Residential Heating Systems 101. We’ve kept things super simple and we bet you’ll pass with flying colors.  Lesson 1: How often should I change my furnace filter? The single most important (and easiest) thing to help keep your forced air heating system running longer

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Bonfe Insider: September 2020

Is the air inside your home as clean as it should be?  COVID-19 is still a mystery in many ways, but there’s one thing we do know: It’s more easily transmitted indoors. That’s the case for all kinds of viruses, bacteria, and germs. This year, many of us have hunkered down at home in order to stay

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Bonfe Insider August 2020
Bonfe Insider: August 2020

Clogged sink drain? Or is it a much bigger issue…? Sewer line backups can spell big, expensive trouble if they are not taken care of. A sewer line back up in a finished basement can cause damage in the range of $10,000 to $30,000 or more.  Learn the signs and symptoms of a serious drain

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