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How Can I Improve The Lighting In My Home?

Posted on: January 11, 2020

Light on. Light off. Remember when that’s all lights could do? No more. Today’s homeowners can control temperature, color, brightness, and even mood lighting, all with the flick of a switch. With smart wireless technology, you can improve the lighting in your home for both safety and function. Where do you start? Strategize your lighting…

Freon – If You Have It, It’s Time To Replace Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: January 9, 2020

It’s 2020 – new refrigerant regulations are in effect. What does that mean for you? Back in 1992, the EPA decreed that hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) should be phased out of use as they were determined to contribute to ozone depletion and global warming. These chemicals make up a small part of the greenhouse gases found to…

The Electricity Is Off But The Circuit Breaker Isn’t Tripped? It Could Be This

Posted on: January 7, 2020

You flip a light switch or plug in an appliance, and nothing happens? What’s wrong? Your natural reaction is to assume the circuit breaker tripped. But after checking the electrical panel, you determine that’s not the problem. What could it be? If your first reaction is to call in an electrician, go with your gut.…

How To Get Static Electricity Out Of Your Home

Posted on: January 5, 2020

We’ve all experienced static electricity in a variety of ways. Ever had clothes stuck together out of the dryer? That’s static electricity. Ever touched someone gently and had a “shock” jolt between your hands? Yep, that’s static electricity too. In the industry, it’s referred to as electrostatic discharge. And while you might have enjoyed playing…

Does Duct Sealing Work To Reduce Your Heating Costs?

Posted on: January 4, 2020

On a cold winter morning, nothing feels better than having a steady flow of warm air come through the vents to heat your home. How efficient is that process? According to the Department of Energy, the average home can lose as much as 30 percent of the airflow as it moves through the ductwork. Air…

Duct Cleaning When you Have Zone Control

Posted on: January 2, 2020

Does your building operate using zone control? It’s a great way to heat different parts of your building in different ways. Often referred to as variable air volume or VAV, it’s a way for one large HVAC system to direct airflow to specific areas within the building in direct ways. That way, office temperatures can…

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