When changing out your furnace filter for a new one, do you ever wonder if you are installing it the correct way? Did you know there is a correct way to install your air filter? Believe it or not, there is a right way and a wrong way to change your furnace filter. In most cases, you should have one air filter for each level of your house. Finding where you air filters are is … [Read more...] about Furnace Filter FAQ: Which Way Does the Air Flow Arrow Go?
“Spring forward, fall back.” It’s a simple phrase we’ve used for years to remind ourselves about Daylight Savings Time, when we either advance our clocks forward and back. We moved our clocks one hour forward earlier this Spring, March 2nd to be exact, and we will move our clocks one hour back this fall, on November 6th. While it’s important to note November 6th to make sure … [Read more...] about Daylight Savings Time Approaching – Time to Change Your Air Filter
With Fire Prevention Week starting on October 9th, we thought it would be a good time to discuss the simple ways you can protect both your home and your loved ones. Oftentimes, fires in the home start as a result of poorly maintained electrical equipment and appliances such as dryers. With the dry fall air taking over the hot days of summer, take a look at this checklist and … [Read more...] about Prepare for Fire Prevention Week!
Indoor air quality not only affects your health. It can also greatly affect the appearance of your home. In a rare phenomenon known as “ghosting,” fine particles of soot collect on parts of walls that are cooler in temperature and have a high electrostatic attraction, causing darkening and discoloration in certain areas. This may also occur on ceilings and carpets. Though … [Read more...] about How Indoor Air Quality Can Affect your Home’s Appearance