Cold Spots In Your Home? Do This…

April 1, 2020

Do you find yourself wearing a sweater in some rooms of your house but just a t-shirt in other rooms of your house? Or maybe you walk from one room, through a central room, to another part of the house and find that one spot is just a bit chillier. These “cold spots” in your home are especially noticeable when the temperatures are cool — during fall, winter, and spring — but it’s possible in some areas that they may exist all year ’round. So, what are “cold spots” in your home, anyway? Your home’s HVAC system works on a...

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Thinking Of Renovating This Spring? Check Out This Info On The Different Types Of Outlets For Your Home

March 1, 2020

Outlets are so common in nearly every home… but not all outlets are the same. Have you ever tried to plug something in and it didn’t fit? (For example, a 3-pronged device but your outlet only has 2 holes.) Ever wonder why that is? There are many types of power outlets, and more are being created. Do you know which ones are right for your home? If you are thinking about upgrading outlets or renovating this spring, or maybe even buying a new home, take a moment to educate yourself on these different types. Two-prong outlets are in a lot...

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Your HVAC System Needs A Spring Cleaning Too!

March 1, 2020

Spring is here and that means spring cleaning for many people. You open the windows, air out the stale winter air, and do some vacuuming and dusting. But don’t forget about your HVAC system, either! When you’re spring cleaning the rest of your house, make sure you clean out your HVAC system, which has been working hard all winter long to keep you warm. Your home’s HVAC system is essential to the comfort AND SAFETY of your family, and it can only do that if it is clean. Check out these tips to help you enjoy a safe and comfortable...

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This February, Give Your HVAC System A Little Love

February 1, 2020

Chances are, you don’t give much thought to the system that warms your home in the winter and cools your home in the summer. And why should you? You leave it to the experts to take care of it for you; meanwhile, you focus on more important things in your life—like family, work, etc. As long as everything runs normally, you shouldn’t have to give it a second thought; just sit back and enjoy the temperature and air flow as everything works as it should in the background. But what happens if it doesn’t work as it should? With winter...

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Be Aware Of The Danger Of Power Surges This Month

January 2, 2020

We’ve probably all heard about the dangers of lightning storms on our electrical equipment. Some people recommend that we disconnect such things like our computers and TVs during a powerful storm as a nearby strike can cause a significant amount of electricity to come into our house through our external wires and fry our electrical systems. This is an example of a power surge, but there are much more common ways that power surges will affect our homes. This month, we may see power surges when freezing ice and melting water get into the electrical infrastructure. There can be a...

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Our Best Collection Of HVAC Tips For Christmastime

December 1, 2019

Oh the weather outside is frightful… … but inside, your HVAC system keeps things warm and comfortable! At this time of year, your HVAC system works double-time to make sure you and your family (and all your festive visitors) are warm and comfortable. To keep your HVAC system functioning in peak condition, make sure you read these tips… Tip #1. Always make sure your HVAC unit is well maintained. Instead of waiting for something to break and then dealing with the repairs (and how cold it can get in the meantime), invest in regular seasonal maintenance check-ups. This will alert...

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How To Keep This Season Merry And Bright

December 1, 2019

There’s nothing like the twinkling of Christmas lights, or walking through the snow on a wintry evening and seeing those Christmas trees all aglow in people’s homes. With the Christmas season in full effect, families are busy decorating their homes to make them festive and bright. All those lights mean more electricity, and an increase in hazards if you’re not careful… so here are a few tips to help keep your holiday season colorful and safe. Tip #1. Make sure you keep your indoor lights and extension cords indoors! Use only proper outdoor cords and lights for your decorating outdoor....

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What To Do When The Power Goes Out

November 1, 2019

Electricity. It’s something you don’t really think about… until it’s not available to you. Then you realize just how much you rely on electricity! When a big storm blows in and the lights start flickering and go out—suddenly you’re not sure what to do! Well, we’re here to help with some great tips about what to do when the power goes out, and how to maintain your family’s safety and comfort. #1. Make Sure Everyone Is Safe If you have a family member who might be uncomfortable or in danger because they can’t see, get to them and help them...

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How Well Do You Know THIS About Your Home?

November 1, 2019

Does your HVAC system seem mysterious to you? Don’t worry! We’re here to help with this great article that will give the low-down on how it works. HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It’s 3 systems in one (although not all homes have all 3 systems in place). ⦁ There’s the Heating System, which is the furnace. It draws in fresh air, heats it and pushes that air through a filter and out into your house. Some homes have electric heat, others have oil heat and others have natural gas. ⦁ There’s the Air Conditioning System, which is...

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Will You Be Cold Or Comfortable This Winter?

October 1, 2019

Fall is here… Winter is coming… will you be warm and comfortable through it all? A properly running HVAC system can mean the difference between comfort and discomfort in your home. After all, you invested in a furnace or HVAC system so the following article will help you maximize your investment. You can enjoy a warm, worry-free home through the fall and winter when you use these tips to maintain your HVAC system. Air Vents Locate all the vent and air exchange covers in your home and ensure they are free of dust and debris, and are not blocked by...

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