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Carbon Monoxide – Stopping This Silent Killer

Posted on: May 16, 2017

Hundreds die, and thousands are injured each year from the “silent killer” – carbon monoxide poisoning. It starts out almost undetectable. Low levels of carbon monoxide exposure can often be misdiagnosed as a common cold or the flu. Unlike common diseases, however, they linger. And they turn into serious long term illness. But even when…

5 Ways Old Wiring Could Be A Potential Threat To Your Commercial Property

Posted on: May 15, 2017

If your commercial space is housed in a building built twenty, thirty, forty years before or more, chances are you rarely think about what’s behind the drywall. We love old buildings for their character and charm. But what many of us don’t realize is that old wiring and electrical work hidden deep in the walls…

The Problem With Doing Your Own Electrical Work

Posted on: May 12, 2017

“That looks easy to fix.” How many times have you said that as problems arise in your home? We do it all the time. A screw comes loose. A nob needs tightening. A fresh coat of paint and everything looks brand new. While some home improvement projects may be perfect for the DIYer, electrical work…

4 Tips For Proper Parking Lot Lighting Design

Posted on: May 11, 2017

Is your parking lot lit properly? While it might not seem to matter in the heart of the summer, when the shorter days of winter come around it can impact safety and security around your properly. A well designed parking lot includes lighting to help prevent accidents, deter crime, and make both employees and visitors…

Do Your Air Ducts Need Repair?

Posted on: May 9, 2017

When many homeowners think about maintenance issues with their heating and cooling system, they often forget one of the most important parts: the air ducts. The air ducts deliver conditioned air throughout your home. If something isn’t right with your air ducts, it can impact your indoor air quality as well as the performance of…

Why Your Home Has Cold Spots and Other Common HVAC Questions

Posted on: May 8, 2017

Furnace problems rarely happen all of a sudden. Instead, small issues slowly creep in. Your utility bills seem to be getting higher and higher. Or a room suddenly feels colder, no matter how high you adjust the thermostat. What was once an efficient heating and cooling system slowly loses its impact. And if you don’t…

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