by Social | Jan 11, 2016 | Uncategorized
If the temperature in your home runs hot and cold, you may find yourself wondering if someone is playing with your thermostat when you aren’t looking. The truth is that many traditional thermostats cannot maintain an even temperature throughout your home. The good news is there is a solution for that — smart thermostats. New smart thermostats adapt to the conditions in your home and maintain the temperature at a more consistent level.
by Social | Dec 14, 2015 | UncategorizedIf you worry about mold in your home, you are not alone. This common household problem can lead to a host of health problems from allergies, irritated eyes, and coughs, to more severe conditions like asthma and other respiratory problems. The good news is there are...
by Social | Sep 9, 2015 | Uncategorized
Savvy homeowners are moving their homes into the modern age with intelligent devices such as a smart HVAC system. While new technology is usually expensive, it is the long-term savings that make tech improvements worthwhile. In this article, we discuss some of the options available for homeowners who want to take control over their heating and cooling expenditures.
by Social | Aug 26, 2015 | Uncategorized
The concept of outdoor living was invented to give people a place to relax in their homes and get the most enjoyment out of their yards. It’s no wonder then why homeowners dedicate hours of their time to improving their yards during the summer and fall months. While you’re working on your yard this year, don’t let your HVAC unit spoil the look of your beautiful landscape. There are simple ways to hide or disguise your HVAC to fit your landscape design.
by Social | Aug 12, 2015 | Uncategorized
After waiting through the cold, dark months of winter, summer is finally here! Sunlight, warm breezes, and overflowing gardens make summer a season worth savoring. If you feel like your home is still stuck in winter’s rut, consider a few of these simple changes to bring the spirit of summer to your living space.
by Social | Jul 29, 2015 | Uncategorized
R22 is a refrigerant that is also a chlorodifluoromethane and more widely recognized as a hydrochlorofluorocarbon — a greenhouse gas. R22 is used extensively in air-conditioning units and HVAC systems. R22 has a negative impact on ozone in the atmosphere and is being phased out by order of the Federal Government.