Fix The Mold Problems Above And Below: Attic And Crawlspace Fixes

If you are concerned about your family's health, then fixing moldy areas in your home is super important. You don't want to let the mold spores grow and drift into the air. While you might not see evidence of it (unless you go looking), the attic and the crawlspace are two of the worst offenders. While you will see spots of mold if they show up on your bedroom ceiling or the bathroom wall, you often don't go looking up in the attic, and most people most definitely don't go crawling around the crawlspace. Read More 

Get Control Of Your Heating Bill: Steps You Can Make To Reduce Heating Costs

If you are worried about your heating costs in the next few months, you can take some steps right now to decrease your spending on heating your home. When you get your system serviced, it will be more efficient and less expensive to heat your home. You can also seal up cracks, get the air flowing evenly through your home, and use the sun to heat up your home during the middle of the day. Read More 

4 Ways to Reduce Your Heating Bills Without Spending More Than $5

Everyone wants to keep their heating bills in check. After all, it's silly to pay more to heat your home than you have to. But many commonly recommended methods of keeping heating bills in check require you to spend a lot of money up front. If you're on a tight budget, upgrading to a new furnace, installing new ducts, or replacing all of your insulation might not be feasible. Luckily, there are some ways to lower your heating bills for $5 or less. Read More 

Ground-Source Heat Pump Vs. Air-Source Heat Pump

A heat pump is a great choice for heating a home because it runs off electricity. Thus, if you use a wind turbine or solar panels, you can take temperature conditioning completely off the grid. On the other hand, an air-source heat pump is subject to the highly variable nature of air temperatures. Thus, it is inefficient when the outside temperature are extremely hot or extremely cold. This is where a ground-source heat pump has an advantage. Read More 

Air Conditioning: Avoid Premature Blower Motor Replacement By Paying Attention To Your Filters

An air conditioning system's air filters play the important role of keeping dust and mold particles away from its inner parts. Doing so usually helps to ensure that the air that the system dumps into a home is free of impurities. It also helps to shield the system's parts from dirt-related complications, something that helps to ensure that the system operates efficiently. However, if the air filters of an air conditioning system are not properly maintained, they can cause premature system repairs. Read More