Tips To Reduce Small Business Heating And Energy Costs

18 December 2018
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From the big expenses like paying your employees and commercial mortgage on your office space or store front to the smaller costs like purchasing snacks for the break room, running a small business can get expensive. If you're ready to reduce your expenses without sacrificing your customer's experience, cutting your energy and heating costs is a smart and eco-friendly option. Here are a few things you as a small business owner can do to reduce your energy and heating costs. Read More 

Causes and Remedies of Uneven Forced Air Heating in Your Home

12 November 2018
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Once the weather begins changing and getting colder, you will at some point turn on your heating system in order to stay warm. When you do this, do you notice that certain parts of your house are really warm while other parts are too cold? If so, your heating system is unevenly balanced. Luckily, there might be some simple solutions to fix this. Here are some of the top causes of uneven heating along with remedies that might help fix them. Read More 

When And Why To Hire A Home Appliance Repair Company

9 October 2018
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As a homeowner, it's easy to do things on your own sometimes. For instance, if you have a clogged toilet, you can usually plunge out the clog. Or, if you have a chip in your paint, you can typically paint over it. There are, however, other homeowner tasks that should be left up to the professionals including home appliance repair. Even though you may be a bit tempted to try some of these repairs on your won, it may end up costing you more money and more of a headache later on down the line. Read More 

How To Know When You Need Air Conditioning Maintenance Services

9 September 2018
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If you have central air conditioning in your home, you will want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to keep up with the maintenance that is required to keep it in the best shape possible. Not doing so could cause you to end up spending more money in the long run, and you might even find yourself stuck without any cool air at all if it stops working due to a lack of proper maintenance. Read More 

Does Your Heater Make Your Home Too Dry In The Winter? Here’s Why This Is A Problem And What You Can Do About It

6 August 2018
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If you associate winter with illness, chapped lips, nosebleeds and creaking hardwood floors, it's likely that the air in your home is too dry. When the relative humidity of the air in your home drops too low, the air begins to draw moisture from everything it touches. While many people blame dry air on their heater, this isn't the whole story. However, the best way to fix dry air is to call a heating professional and have a whole-house humidifier installed next to your furnace. Read More