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How To Avoid Duct Cleaning Scams

Posted on: October 24, 2018

Your heating and cooling system is something you use year round. It’s one of the most expensive systems in your home, one you spend money on every month in the form of utility bills. So it’s only natural that you choose to keep it in as good of working condition as possible.  Do a little…

Fix These Common Ceiling Fan Problems Before Winter Sets In

Posted on: October 22, 2018

A ceiling fan is a great resource to use to make your home more energy efficient. Use it in the summer, and you can raise the temperature a few degrees, making your air conditioner work less. Use it in the winter, and you can lower the temperature, giving your furnace a break while still remaining…

Get Rid Of Energy Hogs Before The Temperatures Dip

Posted on: October 21, 2018

The holidays are fast approaching. And while that brings lots of parties and entertaining, it also brings in the highest energy bills of the year.  It’s darker earlier in the day in December and January; you’re going to use more electricity simply by lighting your home. But that doesn’t mean you can’t save elsewhere, and…

Why Should You Update Your Home’s Electrical Wiring?

Posted on: October 20, 2018

When you flip the switch when you walk into your home, the lights turn on. When you turn on your dishwasher, it hums into action.  We rarely think about the electricity that runs throughout our homes. When everything works, why give your electrical wiring a thought?  Consider, for a moment, how old your home is.…

Consider These Options When Buying A New Toilet

Posted on: October 18, 2018

Overall, toilets are one of the most trouble-free appliances in your home.  The porcelain fixture can remain in good, physical condition for years – decades – as long as a crack doesn’t appear. Occasionally, it might need new water supply valves, flush valves, or even a wax ring to seal it to the floor. But…

Are You Programming Your Thermostat Correctly?

Posted on: October 15, 2018

In the fall, temperatures begin to drop. And that can be a good thing after a particularly brutal summer.  But as those temperatures continue to drop, a chill can settle into your home. It’s time to turn on the furnace and let the heat settle in. It feels good, but you also know your utility…

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