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2 Ways To Boost Your Air-Conditioner’s Efficiency

Posted by on Jun 17th, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Cooling your home is a significant cost that can absorb an undue amount of your summer budget. That being said, you should know that the cost of cooling a home is not set in stone. In fact, there are steps that you can take to improve the function of your AC unit and thus decrease your cooling costs. Some passive cooling techniques will help to dispel heat before it has a chance to heat up your home, and adding a house fan can help to decrease the load your AC unit has to contend with.  Use Trees to Your Advantage Trees are constantly...

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Top 3 Reasons To Have Your Laundromat Dryer Vents Cleaned

Posted by on Jun 8th, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Are you the owner of a neighborhood laundromat or two? Are you still relatively new to the business and trying to decide how to best serve your customers? If you haven’t had a commercial dryer vent cleaning since you opened your doors, here are some reasons to consider doing so: Cleaning the lint trap isn’t enough:  You are probably aware of the fires that can result if dryer lint traps aren’t cleaned out often enough. But you may not realize that cleaning the lint trap isn’t always enough. Small particles of dust...

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Pros And Cons Of Forced Air Heating And Cooling

Posted by on Jun 1st, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Forced air heating and cooling systems are among the most popular and common types of HVAC systems. However, if you aren’t sure if this is right for you, it can help to know about the benefits and drawbacks. Here are some pros and cons of these types of systems to be aware of: Pro: It is inexpensive Some people believe forced air heating and cooling systems are expensive, but the opposite is true. This is one of the least expensive ways to have effective cooling and heating in your home. Not only is the installation process often less...

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How To Make Your Hot Water Heater Last A Long Time

Posted by on May 14th, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Your home’s water heater is one appliance that should last for many years if you make sure to do proper maintenance. Unfortunately, many homeowners ignore their water heater until there is a problem. By doing the following 4 things, you’ll get some extra years out of your hot water heater before it’s finally time to replace it. Set The Thermostat To The Proper Temperature Both electric and gas water heaters need to set to the proper temperature to increase the tank’s lifespan. 120 degrees is recommended by the...

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Six Tips for Keeping Your Family Safe and Warm While Waiting for the Furnace Repairperson

Posted by on Apr 20th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In a tragic story out of America, a family of eight died while trying to heat their home with a gas-powered generator in their kitchen. Although the family at the center of this sad tale had no electricity, you may face a slightly similar situation if your heater stops working. While you wait to get it repaired, here are six tips you should keep in mind if you want to keep your family safe while the heat is off: 1. Understand the Risks of Carbon Monoxide Carbon-monoxide is an odorless, colourless deadly gas that can kill people easily. It can...

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About Me

Do you remember the first time you realized that you didn't really understand how to use your thermostat? Although it might look simple, controlling the temperature inside of your house can be a complicated ordeal. In addition to mastering settings and figuring out schedules, you might also be faced with complicated codes and user manuals. However, you don't have to let your thermostat get the better of you. On my website, you will find loads of helpful information to take the guesswork out of the process. After you set up your system, all you need to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy your space.

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