Did you turn your heat on this week and are experiencing cold air blowing into your home? Here’s why.
It seems we’re finally past NC’s second winter (you know, those couple of weeks in the spring when it randomly gets near-freezing outside again), and summer is finally right around the corner! While you’re ditching your jackets and jeans for shorts and T-shirts, you may want to do some tuning up around the house as well.
Winter will be here before you know it! Here’s how to get your home ready for the cold.
From smart thermostats to surge protectors, there are plenty of ways to get your home winter-ready—and we’re here to help!
It can be confusing when it comes to adjusting your thermostat in the fall—we give you tips on what temperature is best to set your thermostat at as it starts to cool down.
We offer tips on checking your CO detector, when to change the batteries, and when you should buy a new one.
As the weather starts to cool down, we provide some tips for transitioning your home and your HVAC unit from summer to fall.
It’s probably time to change your filter but should you buy pleated or non-pleated?
Learn the common warning signs of poor indoor air quality so that you can recognize when you need to have your home air system inspected, cleaned, or replaced.