Posted January 2, 2018 by Jessica Bivins
Air filters are important to maintaining your home’s air quality, which keeps your HVAC system running smoothly and efficiently and keeps your family healthier. But not every air filter is right for your home. If your air filter is too weak, it won’t remove enough contaminants from the air, resulting in a clogged HVAC system. If your air filter is too restrictive, it can cause lack of proper airflow and burnout in HVAC motors and controls.
Posted February 10, 2017 by Ami Patel
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. We’ve all heard this saying, and may have even seen it on some shirt or knickknack featuring adorable monkeys with their hands over their eyes, ears, and mouth. But when it comes to our homes, too often many of us are willing to live this saying as well.
Posted October 19, 2016 by Josh Crank
Learn When to Replace Outdated Electrical Equipment to Power Your Home Safely
Household appliances don’t last forever, and you usually expect to replace a refrigerator or washing machine eventually. But most homeowners rarely think about the lifespans of the wiring, circuit boxes, switches, and other elements of the home’s electrical infrastructure.
Posted September 1, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
Your refrigerator is a great convenience for holding your food, snacks, and beverages, but it’s also an energy hog when it comes to paying your electric bill. This problem is especially true for company fridges because their size makes them so inefficient – their cooling operation is often hampered by their own compressor’s heat.
Posted May 10, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
My father-in-law bought one of the first Amana Radaranges (the RR-3H model, I think) at the Iowa State Fair back in 1972. Its silver sleekness made it look like it was a mysterious alien device from Star Trek.
Posted May 6, 2016 by Ashley Devitt
We see it all the time – that blue “ENERGY STAR®” square, planted on various products, from LED light bulbs and personal computers to home refrigerators and sound systems. What you may not know is that this certification label was actually created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to guarantee significant energy savings.