The Programmable Thermostat
With the sun setting a little earlier and temperatures dropping more and more each day, winter seems to be right around the corner. As the season shifts, energy costs are in the thoughts of many, especially home owners. The following is a series of energy saving tips and suggestions that will hopefully help […]
Carbon Monoxide Awareness
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, and extremely hazardous gas produced when fuel (such as gas, oil, kerosene, wood, or charcoal) is burned. In the winter months, the risk of CO poisoning increases as furnaces are turned on to heat homes, and carbon monoxide gas is created during the combustion process.
Carbon Monoxide […]
Is Your Home Ready for Winter?
The leaves are beginning to change color in New England and that’s a sure sign that winter and colder temperatures will be here soon. With this in mind, it’s time to winterize your home. Here are some simple things that can be done to ensure you remain warm and comfortable […]
How is the air quality in your home?
Your home may be more polluted than you think. Some pollutants found indoors can include mold, pet dander, dust mites, and pollen. In the past it was common to leave windows and doors open to air things out. Today however, fresh air is not as high a priority as […]
Will Closing Doors Help Lower Utility Bills?
With autumn now here, its time to put the bathing suits away, pull the sweaters out of storage and get ready to rake some leaves. As temperatures drop, heating your home and saving on energy costs may also come to mind. One tip to save on heating you may […]
How to Clean Your Shower Head
When showering, do you find your shower head is spraying unevenly? Or perhaps the shower head is bit discolored. Both issues may have been caused by mineral deposits that accrue over time. Instead of using harsh chemicals or replacing the shower head completely, take a moment and see if one of […]