If you own an appliance, then you probably are familiar with the Energy Star logo. Almost every appliance that you can buy today comes with an Energy Star sticker. Despite being in kitchens and laundry rooms across the country, Energy Star is not well-known. Most people don’t kn
As a society, there are things that we tend to take HVAC services for granted. Shelter tends to be among the things that we don’t think about having. It is easy for us to adjust temperatures in our homes, without thinking about how other people might not have that luxury. But, s
Some winter days in Florida can be surprisingly chilly, but you don’t need to spend a fortune to stay warm. There are ways to both save energy and keep your house warm. All that you have to do is follow the tips below. Insulate One proven way to lower both your winter and summer
Record-breaking heat has a lot of people thinking about ways to reduce cooling costs. There are many different ways, but it can be hard to know where to start or what works and what doesn’t. Friends might tell you about leaving the fridge open, but that doesn’t mean that i
No matter where in the country you live, it’s likely that your air conditioning system is essential. Without it, you leave yourself vulnerable to the elements. And that means discomfort and inconvenience. You should do everything in your power to maintain your air conditioning,
Tips for Better Energy Efficiency Power bills are a real pain in the neck. Every month they come in the mail, and every month they seem to grow. But what if you could make that bill shrink back down to a manageable size? It only takes a few small adjustments in your home to save big.
Why You Need a New Air Conditioner This past winter proved to be a short one– the heat is here. A properly working air conditioner belongs in every Floridian’s home. It’s not a luxury as it is in northern states. A Florida summer without air conditioning is not a sum
Cheap AC filters will cause dust to pass through and clog your air-conditioning ducts and coil. The coil is a series of 1/8″ gap lines that air passes through and cools down the air. If these coils are clogged, less air passes through causing stress to your compressor and causes