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July 10, 2014

Easy Ways to Reduce Dust Particles in Your Home

A certain level of dust in your home should be expected, but if you’re not careful it can build up to the point where it damages your indoor air quality and threatens your health. Dust is often known to trigger allergy symptoms or exacerbate conditions like asthma. You can reduce dust levels in your home by doing the following: Regularly replace air filters: The air filter in your HVAC system traps many small particles including dust. When it gets clogged […]
July 8, 2014

Did You Know That You Can Save Money While On Vacation?

If you are planning to take a week or two off this summer and visit that exotic locale you’ve been talking about for years, there are a few things you can do at home to save money while on vacation. These tips will result in limited energy bills for the time you are away. Set the thermostat to 85 degrees when vacationing in the summer. If you vacation during the winter, consider setting it at 50 degrees to prevent freezing. If […]
July 3, 2014

Staying Cool This Summer Without Touching Your Thermostat is Possible With These Tips

During the hot summer the easiest way to keep cool is by lowering the temperature on your thermostat, but it’s also the most expensive way. This will place extra stress on your air conditioner (A/C) and also raise your energy bills.  Check your Ductwork.  Make sure you have your ductwork checked for leaks and to ensure that you have the proper insulation on the ducts. Then the next alternative is to use these smart tips for staying cool this summer without […]
July 1, 2014

Functional Flora — Landscaping and Your HVAC Working Together

New landscaping concerns come with each new season and year, but you may be surprised at how much your choices can affect your energy budget. Landscaping and your HVAC system share an ecology that can have surprising relationships. As you consider planning your lawn and garden for the summer, you may consider a few helpful hints about plants you can include to bring down energy costs. Trees Trees are often used as a way to provide shade in areas like Peachtree […]