We all know the old saw: If it ainít broke, donít fix it. Iím not sure I would completely concur, because it all depends on what our definition is of ďainít broke.Ē The same sort of reasoning behind the expression: If it isnít broken or damaged, then donít repair or replace it. Exemplifying the latter Ö Continue reading In and around the home, hitting a Ďhome runí on air quality matters ?
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