3 COMMON SIGNS OF BAD DUCTWORK
STEPS TO MAINTAIN YOUR HEATING SYSTEM THIS FALL
WATER HEATER TEMPERATURE: HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?
The first question is: how low can you afford to go? The simple answer is 120 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s what the U.S. Department of Energy recommends as the ideal setting, and most new water heaters have this as the preset temperature.
WHY A SMART THERMOSTAT CAN STILL BE A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Every smart thermostat on the market looks great and promises to save you money. However, smart thermostats are more expensive than the typical programmable one. So, are they actually worth it? Read on to find out.
The Truth About Air Purifiers – Do They Really Work?
5 Ways HVAC Maintenance Can Reduce Allergens in Your Home
Regular HVAC Maintenance is by far the most important strategy to combat indoor air pollutants for the 50 million seasonal allergy sufferers in the United States.
The main reason allergens are so annoying is they’re hard to avoid! They get inside your home through the air and can settle on almost any surface. These airborne particles include mold, pet dander, dust mites, and more…
A Quick Guide to Dealing with Dry Air in your Home
It’s always a good idea to check up on the moisture levels in your home. If the air is too dry, you’ll want to know about it straight away. Common signs of dry air include dry skin (as well as chapped lips), static electricity, breathing troubles, warping wood, and cracked paint.
If you’ve noticed some of these indicators, it’s a good idea to make sure that your house isn’t in immediate danger…
How to Deal with Rain-related Plumbing Issues
Even in cities that are not known for rain, the occasional rainy period can still present a problem for homeowners. And no, we’re not talking about oversaturated vegetation, damage to your yard and/or patio and other common issues everyone already knows about — we’re talking about potential plumbing problems caused by heavy rainfalls. Here’s a quick checklist:
3 Key Benefits of Regular Water Heater Maintenance
Did you know that water heaters are one of the more self-sufficient systems in an average home? Yep, it’s true! As a result, most people don’t pay much attention to them… until, of course, they stop working…