If your natural gas cost shot through the roof recently, you might be wondering if your furnace is to blame. Many homeowners have called us, concerned about furnace damage or faulty installation.
But your furnace might not be the problem at all.
Summer usually means an increase in your water bill. Much of this is normal based on outdoor watering, running the swamp cooler and playing in the water with the kids. Here are the five top ways you can save money on your water bill without limiting your summer fun! 1. Have a plumber check for leaks One of the biggest … Read More
For many, winter utility bills can be a pocketbook pain point. In fact, home heating is the largest energy expense in the average U.S. home and accounts for about 45% of energy costs. Fortunately, there are a lot of simple steps you can take today that will help reduce your utility costs immediately. We’ll also introduce you to a couple … Read More
Chances are you’re paying much more in utility bills during the winter months to heat your home. Here are 7 Ways to Reduce Air Drafts in Your Home Replace Worn Weather Stripping Replace the worn weather stripping on your windows and doors. Up to 12% of heat loss actually occurs around windows and doors. You’ll save some money by reducing … Read More
Good airflow is an essential component to any cooling system, but it is especially important for swamp coolers. Without proper airflow, a swamp cooler cannot run effectively. That means that your cooler has to run longer to get your home to a comfortable temperature – potentially costing you more money on utility bills.
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