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July 9, 2015

Is Poor Indoor Air Quality a Result of Issues in Your Ductwork?

Like many other homeowners, you probably take the quality of the indoor air you breathe for granted. While your primary focus may be on energy savings and home comfort, you and your family could be suffering form poor indoor air quality as a result of leaky ductwork. But don’t just take our word for it. See for yourself how leaky ductwork could be negatively impacting the health of your household. Common Problems With Leaky Ductwork  Distribution of bad air: Leaks in ducts that […]
July 7, 2015

How to Pick the Right Air Filtration Product for Your Home

If you thought the air inside your home is cleaner than the air outside, you may want to revisit that assumption. The truth is that the average home’s indoor air quality (IAQ) is several times more polluted than city air, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). For many homeowners, it’s essential to choose an effective air filtration product, such as a whole-home air cleaner, to combat pollutants and breathe easier. Your Home’s IAQ To pick the right air cleaner to […]
July 2, 2015

Don’t Be Fooled by Home Cooling Myths

It can be hard to differentiate frequently repeated myths from the truth. In the case of home cooling myths, they may even seem plausible. By avoiding the following home cooling myths, however, you’ll avoid sabotaging your system’s efficiency. Shutting Down the A/C When Leaving Wastes Energy It’s commonly believed that cooling a hot home upon your return uses more energy than keeping the A/C on at a constant temperature. Truth be told, you waste much more energy by cooling an […]
June 30, 2015

Maximize Your Home’s Energy Efficiency and Savings With a Programmable Thermostat

Can informed use of a programmable thermostat make a difference in energy costs? Nearly 10 percent of the total energy consumption of the U.S. is controlled by cumulative settings on residential cooling and heating thermostats. However, surveys show many people aren’t reaping the 5 to 15 percent energy savings the Department of Energy says they could be, simply because they aren’t utilizing the device correctly or fully. Programming Types First, you need to determine the type of programmable thermostat you need. The […]