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Summer Plumbing Tips

Jun. 28, 2012

In the summer, a typical family’s water usage increases by 25% to 50%; combined with added heat and other summer-specific issues, this time of year can be hard on your home’s plumbing.  Here are some tips that will give your plumbing and water bill a break.

Know the Signs of Air Conditioner Failure

Jun. 08, 2012

It’s air conditioning season, and June is just the beginning of the summer; your air conditioner can fail at any time if you don’t know the signs that it’s on its last legs. Take a few minutes now to consider what you should be looking for.

Keep Your Water Heater Heating

Jun. 05, 2012

Unlike a furnace or air conditioner, your water heater runs daily regardless of the outside temperature, so in order to keep it running at peak efficiency, it needs to be maintained regularly. Most people don’t think about this maintenance until it’s too late and the water heater needs to be…

Moisture, Moisture Everywhere

May. 25, 2012

Moisture in your home is a delicate balance; you want just enough so the air isn't dry, but not so much that it provides an opportunity for molds and mildew to flourish. More than likely, your home already has some level of moisture control built in, but there are additional…

What’s That Smell?

Apr. 03, 2012

Everyday tasks, such as cooking and cleaning, along with pets, cigarette smoke, and stale indoor air, can all contribute to unpleasant odors throughout your home.  What steps can you take to ensure your home smells clean and fresh? The answer is not found in a spray can with flowers printed…

It’s Fix a Leak Week! 2012

Mar. 13, 2012

Leaks in American homes account for, on average, 10,000 gallons of wasted per home ever year; that’s why WaterSense, a division of the Environmental Protection Agency, promotes Fix a Leak Week every year to remind Americans to check their fixtures for leaks. This year, Fix a Leak Week is March…

Fresh, Clean Air Indoors This Spring

Mar. 07, 2012

It doesn’t matter how fresh the spring air is outside, if the air ducts in your home are circulating dirt, mold, and dust mites, your home does not have clean air; the best way to ensure this isn’t happening is to have your ducts professionally inspected and cleaned.  Indoor air…
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Spring into Energy Efficiency

Feb. 29, 2012

Spring is right around the corner; you were good all winter and followed all the energy-efficiency tips you could find, but a change in weather means you’ll need new ideas for top efficiency. The warmer weather means you’ll be concentrating more on keeping cool than keeping warm.

Humid Air Is Good Air

Feb. 12, 2012

This time of year, dry air is common both outside and inside your home; a humidifier is a good way to relieve the dry nose, throat, lips and skin go along with the dry air. On the other side, high humidity can encourage the growth of mold, mildew, and organisms…

Program Your Way to Savings and Comfort

Jan. 25, 2012

A programmable thermostat can save you about 10% of your energy costs per year by automatically adjusting your home’s temperature when you are home, asleep, or at work. After the initial installation, you’ll spend just a few minutes twice a year changing the temperature settings. For an average savings of…
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