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Do These Things When Your Pipes Freeze

Posted on: January 7, 2019

What happens when temperatures dip below freezing – is your home prepared? Are your pipes at risk for freezing? If you do a quick search online to find a way to prevent your pipes from freezing on the coldest of days, you’ll find a lot of bad advice.  Open up the cupboard doors to let…

Ring In The New Year By Installing USB Outlets

Posted on: January 5, 2019

Have you ever thought about how much your electricity needs have changed over the years?  Remember when you needed a phone jack in every room?  Or when one or two outlets per room were sufficient?  Not any more. Everything you need in your daily life comes with a charger. Maybe it’s time to move beyond…

4 Reasons To Add Duct Cleaning To Your 2019 List Of Home Maintenance Chores

Posted on: January 3, 2019

When was the last time you your air ducts were cleaned?  Was your answer “I can’t remember” or even “Never”? Just like the rest of your house, your air ducts can get dirty over time. And if they’ve never been cleaned, you can find dirt and grime from construction still left inside. Do you really…

How LED Is Leading The Way To Commercial Savings

Posted on: January 2, 2019

What’s the biggest operating expense for most commercial property owners? According to a US Department of Energy report Energy Efficiency Trends in Residential and Commercial Buildings, just over 25 percent goes to lighting.  That makes lighting the most important project you can tackle when trying to become more energy efficient. And it’s changing.  Over the…

Hardwired vs. Battery-Powered Smoke Alarms—Which Is For You?

Posted on: December 31, 2018

One of the most important fixtures in your home for safety and peace of mind is a smoke detector. A combination smoke/carbon monoxide detector should be installed outside every bedroom, within 10 feet of the bedroom door for maximum efficiency. How long have the smoke alarms been installed in your home? The National Fire Protection…

Does Duct Size Matter?

Posted on: December 30, 2018

Take a big breath – breathe in, breathe out.  Now try and do the same thing, only taking a breath through a straw.  Can’t get the same amount of air, can you? Your HVAC system works in a similar fashion.  If your ducts are installed correctly and are clear from dirt and debris, air flow…

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