When do you turn on your cooking vent? Do you wait until you’re frying fish, or when you’re burning toast? There are good reasons to use your kitchen ventilation system every time you cook or bake. In fact, these are one of the most important appliances in the kitchen. By capturing ‘dirty’ unhealthy air at its source, it improves your air quality and keeps your entire home … [Read more...]
Heating and Cooling Maintenance
Read our Blog to learn more about the importance of maintaining your home or commercial HVAC system. Your mechanical system is the largest expense in energy usage. Regular check-ups and maintenance help prolong the life of your HVAC equipment and prevent issues that might go undetected until it’s too late and more costly. Bookmark this page for easy reference to current information on maintenance for your home or commercial HVAC system...
Headlines: Big Summer Electrical Storm Causes Outages and Damage! …and your air conditioner won’t restart? Is it damaged? Perhaps it is a simpler matter of taking a few steps in getting it up running again, but it’s important to do it in the correct way. Here is a list of startup procedures you can take: Turn to the OFF position of your thermostat (s). At your … [Read more...]
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." – Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence Known as Independence Day and the birth of the United States of America, it began on July 4, 1776 with the … [Read more...]
Feeling zapped? Can’t get anything done? Are the pets in your home showing signs of discomfort as well? What is the humidity index in your house? Your air conditioning may be set to keep you cool, but is it equipped to handle high periods of humidity? We all hate the feeling of being wet with perspiration, crabby and weary. According to LivingWithMyHome.com: A high … [Read more...]
One child dead and others hospitalized after carbon monoxide found at indoor heated pool... Family cat warns family of leaking carbon monoxide… Two found dead after oven left on… How can these sad outcomes be prevented? Carbon Monoxide poisoning is indeed a silent killer. It’s odorless and invisible. But, it can be detected before illness or death occur, if alarms are … [Read more...]