Tired of high utility bills? Save energy and save money with the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program. The latest program offers increased incentives, up to $7500 or 75-percent of your project. BGE, Pepco, DPL, SMECO, & Potomac Edison customers are eligible to save energy, save money, and increase whole-home comfort.
Ordinary houseplants are trending. That’s if you put them in the shower. Shower plants are a Pinterest thing. If that’s not your thing, houseplants anywhere in your house will do. They increase your whole home comfort for less by improving your indoor air quality.
We rely on our air conditioner to cool our home during the summer heat. Comfort is important, but are you paying too much money for your summer utility bills? Checking your ductwork is a proven way to lower your summer electric bill and your heating bills in the winter.
Leaky pipes create big messes and lead to big repair and water bills. The EPA estimates you can save 10-percent on your water bills by fixing water leaks. A plumbing check can spot water leaks so you don’t waste money.
The number of people with asthma is rising in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health. While there is no cure, you can breathe easier by controlling asthma the right way.
What does HVAC stand for? Mostly, we talk about heating (H) and cooling (AC), but ventilation (V) is important too. That’s especially true in your bathroom. But what many people don’t realize is that beyond disagreeable odors, there are also significant health risks associated with improper bathroom ventilation.
In just a few short months, air conditioners will be on full blast. Air conditioner maintenance and coil cleaning are two steps you can take to save money, keep your A/C running efficiently, and improve the quality of air in your home.
The budding trees are a welcome sign of spring. That is, unless you are one of the 50 million Americans who suffers from seasonal allergies. While you can’t control the air outside, you can control the air quality indoors.
Ever notice a mildew or mold smell in your house? It’s usually a sign of a moisture problem. A check of your exhaust vents can rule out household appliances and everyday activities as the source of the mold.
When you think of air pollution, you may tend to think of the great outdoors. But what about the air inside of your home? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average adult breathes over 3,000 gallons of air every day, with children breathing even more air per pound.” By coming to a better understanding… Read more »