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 »
There are a number of cleaning tasks we can tackle at this time of year to help ensure that the indoor air we breathe throughout the colder months will contain fewer contaminants and allergens. The practice of thoroughly cleaning a house typically happens in the spring hence the term Spring Cleaning. However, many neglect that… Read more »
Our March newsletter was just released, click here to read it. In This Issue: $100 Energy Audits Proper Insulation Customer Testimonial Coupons Contact Us Video Links Fun Fact of the Month Energy Saving Tip Recipe of the Month: Corned Beef and Cabbage
When your furnace or air conditioner breaks down, you need help fast, especially when the weather is at its worst. Don’t be left out in the cold…literally. Minnick’s offers Emergency HVAC Repair in Maryland. Our call center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, ensuring we are always… Read more »
You hear it all the time. Turn down the heat and turn on the ceiling fan. It will help you save money on your monthly energy bills. But will it really? Is a ceiling fan really an energy efficient option? BREAKING DOWN THE EFFICIENCY OF CEILING FANS Air flow is measured in cubic feet per… Read more »
Many homeowners may be misinformed or confused about how much longer R-22 will be available to service their air conditioners and heat pumps. Fortunately, Minnick’s is here to help clear the air (pun intended). THE TIMELINE By the year 2020, no new or imported R-22 will be allowed in the United States. This year, the… Read more »
An energy audit is a great first step towards a more energy efficient home. Minnick’s expert Energy Auditors can help pinpoint unnecessary expenses and provide energy saving solutions. Minnick’s can then work with you to correct these issues and help you save money on your monthly energy bills. Ca-ching! That is money back in your pocket,… Read more »