5 Easy Steps for Fall Energy Savings

October 20, 2020

If you’re looking for ways to reduce energy consumption and save a few bucks during the fall, you’re not alone. Addressing energy efficiency is a task many homeowners include as part of their home improvement plans. While paying for a home energy audit is a good option, there are many free options as well. We’re going to review five solutions that can help you lower your residential energy costs. 1. Seal Air Leaks If you feel a draft in your house, you’ve got an air leak. Check around windows, doors, outlets, and plumbing to locate these

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Signs Your Thermostat Should Be Repaired

June 15, 2020

A thermostat plays a vital role in keeping your home comfortable throughout the year. However, a malfunctioning thermostat makes it much more difficult to heat or cool your home, which can result in a higher electric bill. Reaching out to an HVAC company as soon as possible is always a good idea if you are dealing with thermostat problems. Here are three common signs that your thermostat needs to be repaired: 1. An Unresponsive Thermostat One of the biggest signs that your thermostat needs to be replaced is that it’s unresponsive

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Winterize Your Home

November 15, 2018

Easy Steps to Winterize Your Home While we are thankful for the cooler weather, the winter months bring new tasks for your home. Taking the time to winterize your home will not only help you keep it warm but also save you money. Follow our tips below to winterize your home and enjoy a comfortable and cozy season. 1. Get your heating system inspected. With a quick, routine checkup, you can catch damage before it becomes a problem and keep your system running as efficiently as possible, saving you money down the road. You

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Go Geothermal. Go Green.

September 17, 2018

Geothermal is Renewable Energy in a Natural Way Geothermal systems are powered by renewable green energy in a natural way – by using the consistent temperatures of the ground underneath and surrounding your home for winter heating and summer cooling. Geothermal heat pumps use the constant temperature of the earth as the exchange medium instead of the outside air temperature, according to Energy.gov. What is a Geothermal System? The heat from the sun is absorbed into the earth, storing up to 50% of the sun’s energy. This clean source of renewable

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