The Secret of Thermostat Settings in Winter

Monday, December 26th, 2016

This blog title sounds a touch ominous and mysterious, doesn’t it? But if it got your attention, then it’s done its job—because the “secret” we’re going to share here can help you save on your energy bills over the winter and give your heating system a longer, less-troubled service life.

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Ways to Save Money with Energy-Efficient Appliances

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Everybody wants to save money in their home, and there are many ways to cut down on expenditures. A way that we can help you with lowering annual costs is through installing special energy-saving HVAC and IAQ (indoor air quality) appliances and products. Below are a few suggestions.

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Commercial Kitchen Repairs: Why You Need Pros

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Are you the owner or operator of a commercial kitchen or a business that relies on a commercial kitchen? Then you already know how vital it is to have every piece of equipment in that kitchen working properly from day to day. This includes freezers, ice makers, ovens, ranges, grills, toasters, bun warmers, deep fryers… well, it’s a long list.

And when you have problems with one of these commercial kitchen appliances, who should you contact for the repair work? You could call on a conventional appliance repair service; they might be able to get the job done. But do you want to roll the dice on might when it comes to your business? We didn’t think so.

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Carbon Monoxide Testing: Why It’s Important

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Do you use natural gas in your home? Whether you use it for powering appliances in the kitchen, running a furnace, or both, it’s important that you test your home for the presence of harmful levels of carbon monoxide (CO). Carbon monoxide is a byproduct of the incomplete combustion of natural gas (as well as other fuels, but the principle concern in homes comes from natural gas) and it can leak from malfunctioning appliances or become backed up into a home if it isn’t properly vented.

Even homes that don’t rely on natural gas can have CO problems if they have an attached garage: fumes from vehicles can easily enter the living spaces. Other CO sources include kerosene heaters and poorly vented fireplaces.

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