If you’re heading to the doctor’s office, you need to arrive prepared with a list of your concerns and current medications. But how do you come prepared for an HVAC service appointment? What do HVAC companies need homeowners to have ready in advance? Keep reading to learn more. Schedule Maintenance with HVAC Companies Regularly Having… Read more »
Does your home have poor indoor air quality? If you don’t know, it’s important to find out. Indoor air quality can cause serious health problems. So how do you determine if your air quality is poor? Here’s what you need to look out for. Your Overall Health If you’ve been coughing a lot lately or… Read more »
Air conditioners are pretty common in many homes across the United States. And while you think you may know everything there is to know about the units, there are some things you may think to be true that actually aren’t. Let’s take a look at a few air conditioner myths. You’ll Save Money if You… Read more »
Picture this: You’ve had the same HVAC system for a long time. So long that you feel like it’s time to replace it with a newer machine. But if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. Consider installing smart maintenance instead. Smart maintenance can help improve the functionality of your already-existing unit without costing you anything… Read more »
While leaving for vacation is often stressful, pack a few extra minutes into your departure schedule to protect your home. It’s your biggest investment, and one many homeowners don’t think about while packing for a trip. Before you leave for vacation, take these seven steps! Don’t worry. They’re simple and won’t take much time.
Ready to replace your HVAC equipment? Before you invest in a new unit, consider this question. What system do you think controls your comfort at home? While most homeowners think it’s the HVAC unit connected to their thermostat, it’s only a piece of the bigger system – your house! Thinking of your house as a… Read more »
Do you have a room in your home that’s ten times warmer than the rest of your home? Perhaps it’s your laundry room or a bedroom. If it’s a room you don’t use a lot, you probably think it makes sense to close the air vent. After all, why heat a space you don’t use?… Read more »
During the winter, most Maryland homeowners heat their home to 70-degrees or more. It’s inevitable that some heat will escape through the walls, ductwork, roof, windows, doors, chimney, vents, and floor. The more your house leaks, the more money you’ll pay to stay comfortable. We’re showing you 15 ways to lower your winter heating bill.
A carbon monoxide is a low-cost safety device that every homeowner needs! It protects your family, alerting you to danger much like a smoke detector. Only carbon monoxide (CO) is more dangerous than smoke because you can’t smell it, taste it, or hear it! CO poisoning is an invisible danger for every Montgomery and Howard… Read more »
Who wants to take a cold shower? It’s unpleasant in the summer and especially in the winter. Your comfort depends on your plumbing. The water heater offers warm water all year round. That’s why it’s important to maintain it, by flushing your water heater at least once a year.