For best results, Always keep your thermostat at 78 degrees… turning it down to 70 WON’T cool your home any faster.

Cooling and Air Conditioning

For many Americans, garages are the most well worn entryway to their homes. Besides the daily family traffic, the garage is also a place where we mix things together that would never be found in the same place anywhere else in our home, potentially making it the most dangerous place in your house.

Garage Remodeling

Every product in the home has a life span. Evaluate your major home components, such as roofing and siding, on a yearly basis.

Decks, Patios and Porches

Always close door, windows and vents to rooms you don’t use to save on your energy bills.  BUT there is ONE door that you should OPEN to save money.  It’s your dishwasher door.

Appliances

A whole house fan mounted in the ceiling of your hallway will draw air through your entire house through open windows. These fans are 50 percent chea...

Whole House Fans

Here’s a tremendous “window of opportunity” for re-vitalizing any room. Adding or enlarging just 1 or 2 windows in your home has many positive effec...

Windows and Skylights

Springtime is the prime time for ensuring your air conditioning system will keep you cool during the summer heat. Book an appointment with a service ...

Central Air Conditioners

Did you know that the air in your home could be harmful to your health?  Air pollution levels inside your home can be two to five times higher than o...

Air Cleaners

How many smart homeowners does it take to change a light bulb?  Just one if it’s you and you want a bulb that lasts longer and uses less electricity ...

Electric

Spring provides the perfect weather for a few inexpensive outdoor fix ups.  Seal cracks in foundations with a flexible urethane caulk.  Repair holes ...

Caulking

Rot isn’t just a condition.  It’s a living, breathing pack of organisms that can wreak havoc on a home. To evict these unwelcome house guests, you fi...

Avoiding Mold

Looking to skip the sanding on those cabinets you are about to repaint? That might not be such a smooth idea. Washing away the grime before painting ...

Kitchen Cabinets and Islands

How’s your “sealing?”  Not the one overhead -- the sealing of your home’s ductwork. The answer to that question can have an impact on both your healt...

Air Quality

Are you taking a bath on your hot water bills?  Here’s a tip to help you use less and spend less.  Simply lower the temperature!  With electric water...

Bathroom Remodeling

Want to cut your dishwasher energy costs by one-third?  It’s easy with a simple flick of a switch.  Most automatic dishwashers have a “power dry” swi...

Kitchen Appliances

Do you know when turkey and stuffing DON’T go together? Never prepare food on a surface previously touched by uncooked turkey, or any other meat. Be ...

Kitchen Cleaning

When you’re hot, you’re hot -- but is your hot water dispenser hot enough for you? The factory usually sets the water temperature output on a hot wat...

Heating

Are you using your ceiling fan in the winter months? There is a spin on why you should. During the winter, set your ceiling fan to turn clockwise to ...

Ceiling Fans

Termites can cause thousands of dollars in damage to homes across America every year.  Although they nest deep in the surrounding soil, they’ll infes...

Pests

Are you losing the battle against mold and mildew? Mold and mildew are actually plant growths, so to eliminate them you have got to use a mildicide l...

Cleaning Mold