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After a Storm

After a flood or storm surge from a hurricane, homeowners are advised to take important safety precautions with regard to their home’s heating and cooling systems, as well as water heaters. Replace, Don’t Repair Flood-damaged heating and cooling equipment and systems should be replaced and not repaired, according to AHRI. All inspection and replacement work [...]

2017-09-14T08:45:56+00:00 September 14th, 2017|

Flooding, Heavy Rains, and Your AC Unit

There are some do's and don'ts when it comes to preparing your AC unit for heavy rains or potential flooding. The good news First of all, it's good to remember that your AC unit is built tough. It is designed to withstand inclement weather. However, high winds can often carry projectiles and other debris that [...]

2017-09-06T09:54:11+00:00 September 6th, 2017|

Are your recessed lights major energy leaks?

Oh those beautiful recessed lights. Are they a hidden source of your home's energy leaks? While recessed lights can be quite decorative, they are known among Energy Auditors as notorious energy wasters. Thermal mapping technology makes it possible for Energy Auditors to see where all air leaks in a house are located. And recessed lighting [...]

2017-08-22T12:07:17+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|

Well Designed Landscapes Save on Energy Costs

On average, a well designed landscape saves enough energy to pay for itself in less than 8 years. By simply planting a shade tree to the south of your home, you could start enjoying a tidy savings on your utility costs next summer. If you plant a 6-8 foot deciduous tree, it will start shading [...]

2017-08-10T06:12:18+00:00 August 10th, 2017|