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March 10, 2015

Common Indoor Allergy Triggers & How to Avoid Them

Would you be surprised to learn that the air inside your home is more polluted than the air outdoors? Modern homes are built for efficiency, and while this can keep your heating and cooling bills down, it can also trap various allergy triggers and make your indoor air quality intolerable. To combat this problem, you need to be aware of the most common indoor allergy triggers and how to avoid them: Dust mites thrive on dead human skin cell in your bed,carpeting and any fabric […]
March 5, 2015

Let a Pro Transform Your Home into a Healthy Haven

Your home should be a safe haven for you and your family. Unfortunately, many homes are not as healthy as they should be. But, with a bit of work and help from a pro, you can create a healthy home to enjoy with your family and friends. Poor indoor air quality is a big problem for many people, especially those with allergies or asthma. Dust mites, pollen, tobacco smoke and mold spores are just a few of the potential pollutants lurking around your home. […]
March 3, 2015

It’s Time to Debunk These Common Home Energy Myths

A lot of people like to take advice from their friends and family. Unfortunately, not all advice is sage advice. There are a number of common home energy myths out there that are leading homeowners in the wrong direction. Here are four of the most common home energy myths out there and the reality behind them: A new, more efficient HVAC system will drastically reduce heating and cooling costs. You’ll see your heating and cooling costs go down, but not to […]
February 26, 2015

Top Reasons to Invest in Preventative HVAC Maintenance

What’s the best way to get the most life out of your heating and cooling equipment? The answer is preventative HVAC maintenance. A simple investment of time and money can keep your home comfortable and your equipment costs to a minimum. Here are a few of the top reasons why you need to invest in preventive maintenance for your HVAC system: Maintenance costs are small in comparison to replacement costs. Let’s say you spend $250 or $300 a year on […]