Buying An Existing Home? 4 Things You Should Do To Make Sure It's Ready For You
8 December 2017
If you've recently purchased a pre-existing home, and you're getting ready to move in, there are a few things you'll need to do; some of them before you even move your first boxes in. Taking a few extra steps will ensure that your home is safe, clean and ready to move into. Here are four extra steps you should take to make sure that your home is safe and ready for you and your family to live in:
An Unbiased Look At The Pros And Cons Of Electric Baseboard Heating
24 February 2017
Electric baseboard heaters are sometimes seen as outdated and clumsy. Homeowners often completely write them off as a heating option, choosing forced air or boiler heating instead. But while baseboard heating has its shortcoming, it does have some benefits, too. Here's an unbiased look at its pros and cons to help you make an informed decision.
Pro: You can heat one room at a time.
With forced air and boiler heating, your heat is either on or off.
Want To Get Healthier In 2017? Focus On Your HVAC System
24 February 2017
How are your New Year's resolutions going? Was one of them to get healthier? Maybe you've quit hitting the gym every day or eating more veggies like you swore you would -- but it's not too late to do something good for your health in 2017. One way to improve your health is to focus on your HVAC system. Here are three ways to make your home a healthier place.
Lower Your Air Conditioning Costs
17 January 2017
When summer comes around and temperatures rise, you know it's about time to switch on the air conditioning. The bills for keeping your home cool can climb quickly, especially if you're new to living on your own and don't know how to conserve energy. Here are some simple ways and some new ideas to bring down that AC bill and become more energy efficient.
Keep It Closed
First of all, be sure to keep windows closed whenever the AC is running.