Blog Posts in July, 2017

  • The Benefits of a Walk-In Bathtub

    For many Americans, decreased mobility or balance can pose an incredible risk when it comes time to take a bath. It can be difficult to step into a traditional tub, and slippery porcelain surfaces can increase the risk of a fall. Even for able-bodied individuals, the risk of a fall is a very real danger. One solution to these problems may be a walk-in bathtub. Learn more about the benefits ...
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  • The Dangers of Mold and Mildew in Your HVAC System

    Mold and mildew are common growths in the natural world. Outdoors, mold breaks down decaying matter. Indoors growths can release mold spores into the air we breathe. Tiny amounts of mold pose no serious risk to our health, but more significant growths can lead to a number of health issues for our families and pets. Those who are particularly susceptible to respiratory issues, such as allergies or ...
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  • Spend Less on AC This Summer With These Maintenance Tips

    Your HVAC system can keep your home cool and comfortable, but you may be looking for the best way to save money on your cooling expenses. With temperatures rising, your HVAC unit will be working harder than before to keep your home cool. Electricity costs can quickly grow expensive, and your cooling expenses can be a significant amount of these bills. Learn how you can cut your costs and keep your ...
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  • Enjoy These 5 Summer Activities & Save Money on Your AC

    Summer is upon us, and soaring temperatures can make cooling costs rise. Saving money can be a priority for many homeowners, so it can be important for many people to cut their cooling costs. Proper maintenance, programmable thermostats, and updating your HVAC system can help, but you may be looking for a way to further decrease your cooling expenses, but in a way that doesn’t leave you sweating ...
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