How To Be Economically And Environmentally Responsible When Cooling Your Home


5 Eco-Friendly Ways To Stay Cool Without The Air Con
Posted on: October 2nd, 2017 by Joan Martin No Comments

The average household spends about $1,000 a year on heating and cooling costs. For most of the year, a substantial amount of your monthly energy bills goes towards temperature regulation. If you want to reduce your cooling costs, you need to think of unconventional ways to keep your home cool without relying on the HVAC Read the full article…

3 Common Household Air Pollutants


Major Causes And Solutions To Indoor Air Pollution
Posted on: September 2nd, 2017 by Joan Martin

When discussing the causes and effects of air pollution, people automatically think of car emissions, the environment, ozone depletion, the greenhouse effect, and so on. But it is not limited to the external environment. In fact, a recent report by the Environmental Protection Agency placed indoor air pollution among the top five leading environmental health Read the full article…

Can Duct Cleaning Reduce Dust?


Regular Duct Cleaning For Improved Air Quality
Posted on: August 21st, 2017 by Joan Martin

Over time, the air ducts in your home create a thick lining of dust, toxins, and debris. These are re-circulated inside your house, causing allergic symptoms and increased energy costs as your HVAC system works harder to cool or heat your home. According to the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, Read the full article…

Three Basic Parts of an Efficient Geothermal Heat Pump


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Posted on: July 25th, 2014 by Joan Martin No Comments

A geothermal heat pump uses the earth’s constant temperature to heat and cool buildings efficiently, using very little energy to operate. The heat pump actually works very simply by moving heat from one place to another and has three basic parts: A heat exchanger which is usually a loop of pipes buried 4-6 feet in the ground. While Read the full article…