Saving Money And Staying Cool: 3 Tips For Preparing Your Home For Summer

Posted on: 21 March 2016
Summer isn't too far off. While you are looking forward to the warmer weather, you are probably not too keen on what it is going to do to your checking account. Luckily, there are a few things that you can do about that. 1. Lower Your Air Conditioning Bill With ENERGY STAR saying that cooling accounts for roughly 13 percent of your annual energy bill, you definitely want to do something to save on cooling costs.
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Popular Heating Solutions To Consider

Posted on: 16 March 2016
Heating your home can be a pretty big hassle, especially if you have an older heater that isn't quite as efficient as you might like. One solution is to entirely replace your heating system, and there are a number of ways that you can go about that. Three of the most popular heating solutions are gas furnaces, electric furnaces, and heat pumps, so here are some of the benefits that each bring to the table:
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The Top Four Reasons To Use A Tankless Water Heater

Posted on: 15 March 2016
As a homeowner, you essentially have two options when it comes to replacing an old water heater. You can either replace it with the same type of water heater, which would be a tank water heater, or you can choose a tankless water heater, which is a relatively new type of water heater. Here are the top four reasons for installing a tankless water heater in your home: Improved Comfort: If you live in a home in which everyone showers around the same time each day, you may have experienced running out of hot water at some point.
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Dusty Home? Follow These Tips To Address The Problem At Its Core

Posted on: 14 March 2016
Do you feel like your home is always dusty? Instead of just wiping up dust day after day, why not address the problem at its core? Do these four things, and you'll be able to hang up that feather duster for weeks at a time. Have your air ducts cleaned. Dust can build up in your air ducts over time, and then each time the heat or air conditioning switches on, it gets blown all over your home.
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