6 Ways To Minimize Damage To Your Water Heater


Easy Tips To Maintain Your Hot Water Heater
Posted on: February 8th, 2018 by Joan Martin

It’s hard to imagine life without a hot water heater, even for a day. Yet most people rarely think about inspecting or maintaining this appliance until their warm shower turns cold or it stops functioning properly. Generally, a properly installed, operated, and serviced hot water heater can last about 10 years. But there are many Read the full article…

Reducing Furnace Repair And Heating Costs In Winter


Furnace Repair And Heating Costs In Winter
Posted on: January 22nd, 2018 by Joan Martin

The beginning of the year is an ideal time to take care of many routine domestic maintenance tasks, such as changing the batteries in your carbon dioxide and smoke detectors and changing the furnace air filters. Considering that you will be spending more time indoors during the cold winter months, scheduling your heating system repair Read the full article…

HVAC Vs Air Conditioning: What’s The Difference?


Is An AC Unit The Same As A HVAC System?
Posted on: December 4th, 2017 by Joan Martin

When looking for year round comfort in your home, there are three things you need to consider: heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, (HVAC). When you have a system that offers all three, it means that you can heat up the space when it’s too cold, ventilate your interior space to improve air quality, and cool Read the full article…

Choosing A Hot Water Heater For A Tiny House


A Hot Water Heater For A Tiny House
Posted on: November 6th, 2017 by Joan Martin

As the cold season approaches, you need to start thinking about your source of hot water. For a tiny house, your options are somewhat limited as far as the size of the hot water heater is concerned. But there are other factors to consider as well, such as your hot water needs, your budget, and Read the full article…

3 Common Household Air Pollutants


Major Causes And Solutions To Indoor Air Pollution
Posted on: October 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…