Reducing Pool Energy Use This Summer

Reducing Pool Energy Use This Summer Your swimming pool is sure to give your family endless entertainment and leisure in the summer. But along with all the smiles and laughs, you want to do your best to minimize pool energy use. Your pool can make a significant contribution to your energy bill.

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3 Reasons to Thank Your HVAC Technician This Month

3 Reasons to Thank Your HVAC Technician This MonthAre you ready for the upcoming HVAC Tech Day on June 22nd? No matter where you live, all homeowners should be using this day to celebrate those unsung heroes known as contractors. You may be asking yourself why they deserve their own day, and as it turns out, the answer is quite simple:

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5 Tips for Simple Summer HVAC Maintenance

5 Tips for Simple Summer HVAC MaintenanceWhen the summer heat bears down on Florida this year, you want to be able to rely on your cooling system to work properly and reliably. Here are five HVAC maintenance tips you can use to make sure your air conditioner or heat pump is ready to keep your home cool and comfortable all season long.

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Things You Should Know About Washable Air Filters

Things You Should Know About Washable Air FiltersYour air filter is a vital HVAC component that traps various airborne debris particles so they don’t infiltrate the system and damage sensitive components. Given the filter’s crucial role, it’s important to use the most effective type for your particular HVAC system and always ensure that it’s clean.

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Why You Should Have Bathroom Exhaust Fans

Why You Should Have Bathroom Exhaust FansIf you’re asked why you need bathroom exhaust fans, you’d probably answer “odor control.” However, if any of your bathrooms lack fans or the ones in place aren’t sized properly, installed correctly or working well, you can experience far more serious issues than just poor odor control:

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4 Tips to a Quieter A/C Unit

4 Tips to a Quieter A/C UnitJust like any type of mechanical equipment, your air conditioner makes noise when it’s operating. Over time, you get used to hearing its usual sounds, so it’s understandable that you’d become concerned if you start hearing odd, alarming or extremely loud noises from the A/C.

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Safety Tips for When You’re Working In Your Home’s Attic

Safety Tips for When You're Working In Your Home's AtticYou may not go up inside your unfinished attic very often. When you do, it’s probably important. HVAC equipment is often located up above, or you may simply be installing recessed lighting, sealing air leaks or considering retrofitting the area to usable living space.

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What to Think About Before Adding a Home Addition

What to Think About Before Adding a Home AdditionIf you’re thinking about an add-on to your house, one of your major considerations will be how to condition the air in the new home addition. You have some options, so consider carefully.

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Prevent Basement Flooding in Your Home

Prevent Basement Flooding in Your HomeSpring and summer may be associated with thoughts of warmer weather and blooming flowers, but many homeowners think about the heavy rains and severe weather that could result in basement flooding. Cleanup and repair costs following basement flooding can be significant which is why it’s important to take precautions towards protecting your property.

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How to Solve These Common Water Pressure Problems

How to Solve These Common Water Pressure ProblemsWater pressure problems can make simple household tasks a time-consuming annoyance. While residential water pressure may range as high as 80 p.s.i. depending on your municipal water utility, most experts agree that it should never be less than 40 p.s.i. When water pressure drops below that level, shower heads and faucets under-perform, toilets and washing machines take a long time to fill and hot water from the water heater is slow to reach fixtures in the house after you turn on the tap.

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