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American Vintage Home Says Go Green, Save Green

Lucky residents of the North Shore need not be Irish this month to realize some extra green, as in savings from American Vintage Home's home service plan.

Fall in Love with Total Home Comfort from American Vintage Home

In the world of love and romance, it can be tough to find someone who is the total package—a partner who has it all. And while the total package can mean different things to different people, some of the most sought-after traits typically include intelligence, honesty, compassion, drive, a nice face and a good sense of humor.

7 Small Changes to Lower Heating Bills During This Cold Snap

This is one streak that Chicagoans would prefer not to repeat. The prolonged frigid temperatures have been wreaking havoc throughout the area—causing everything from dead car batteries to time off from school and work to severe cases of hypothermia and frostbite.

Let It Flow, Let It Flow, Let It Flow

When most homeowners make New Year's resolutions, they're probably not thinking about the potential for clogged toilets, sinks or other drain problems. But it's important to start a new year with clear minds and clear drains, especially since American Vintage Home has a deal that can't be beat.

American Vintage Home Offers Free Estimates for New Systems

Knowing when it's time to replace outdated heating and cooling equipment is half the battle. But when companies charge for replacement estimates, they discourage customers from making the necessary switch.

Do-It-Yourself Plumbing Can Haunt Homeowners

Sometimes, it makes sense for homeowners to roll up their sleeves and complete a home improvement project on their own. But there are other times when the results can be downright frightening—and costly.

Tips to Keep Older Homes Warm in Winter

From drafty rooms to temperamental older heating systems, keeping an older home warm and toasty during the winter months can be a challenge.

American Vintage Home Offers Custom Home Service Plans

When homeowners prepare their yearly budgets, they don't always include items such as air conditioning repair or plumbing work. Then, they just cross their fingers and hope nothing disastrous happens.