Blog

So, you’re in the market for a new water heater, and have decided that you want a tankless one to be green and to save water costs. Great! While tankless is a great decision in your new water heater, installing one is more complicated than simply replacing one tank with another.

Read More

It’s no secret that indoor air can be more polluted than outdoor air due to modern, energy-efficient home building techniques that can seal a home’s envelope pretty tightly.  One key to cleaning indoor air is proper ventilation added to remove polluted air and bring fresh air inside.

Read More

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has begun an accelerated program to phase out R-22, generally known as Freon, resulting in dramatically higher prices and limited quantities of the refrigerant.  Homeowners should be aware of how these changes will affect them.

Read More

Everyone knows that ultraviolet (UV) light can be harmful to your skin if you get too much of it, but what most people don’t know that if you apply UV light to a different purpose, it can be beneficial to your lungs.

Read More

Humidifiers add moisture to the air, it’s just that simple. This time of year, the air from heaters and furnaces can be dry…as dry as 10% humidity. For optimal health and comfort, you should keep your home at 40%-50% humidity.

Read More