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February 24, 2012

According to the EPA, over 20% of your heated and cooled air is wasted by leaking ducts. That's a lot of wasted energy. It may be time for you seal your ducts...

February 15, 2012

Did you know that most bottled water is simply filtered tap water? You can save hundreds of dollars a year by using your own water instead of buying bottles...

February 8, 2012

Do you have rooms in your home that are too hot or too cold no matter what you do? Installing a zoned heating or cooling system may be the solution to eliminating those frustrating hot and cold spots...

January 30, 2012

Paying attention to your overall heating system can help your furnace perform more efficiently and save you more money. Here’s how...

January 24, 2012

What is an air cleaner? How does it work? Read on to find out...

January 10, 2012

Low water pressure is one of the most common plumbing problems homeowners experience and it can be extremely frustrating. Thankfully it is often fairly easy to diagnose and resolve. Here are some frequent causes of low water pressure recommendations we have for solving the problem...

December 23, 2011

There are few things more frustrating than turning on your faucet to find very little or no water coming out. Frozen and burst pipes are common among homeowners that are caught unaware by cold winter weather. Ensure you are ready for winter with these tips to prevent frozen pipes...

December 13, 2011

Are you away from your home more than a couple hours each day? If so, you are a prime candidate to save money on your monthly energy bills with a programmable thermostat...

December 6, 2011
The inefficient windows, ducts and heating and cooling system in your home could be wasting hundreds of your dollars in energy loss. Upgrading your home to be more efficient will not only save you money in the long term, but now is also more affordable with up to $8750 available in rebates and tax... Read more
November 23, 2011

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a dangerous, colorless and odorless gas resulting from incomplete combustion. If you have any fuel appliances in your home, such as a water heater, boiler, furnace, range or stove, you may be exposing yourself to unhealthy levels of carbon monoxide...

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