3 Solutions To Consider To Make Boilers And Radiant Heating Systems More Efficient

Radiant heating systems are one of the oldest types of heating solutions, and they can be a great way to keep your home comfortable during the winter months. With many radiant heating systems, you may have a boiler that also provides your home with hot water with all year. This can be an extra energy expense if it is an old, outdated boiler. You may want to consider improvements that can reduce the energy consumption of your boiler all year, such as installing a geothermal loop or adding storage tanks and solar energy. [Read More]

Spring Forward With These AC Maintenance Tips And Avoid Major AC Repairs

Are you looking forward to springtime? If so, you are likely making plans for important tasks such as spring cleaning. You may even have a checklist of things to do. Do not overlook the importance of ensuring that your air conditioning is ready for the warm weather. Doing so may help avoid needing AC repairs. The following maintenance points can help. Ensure you have a clean filter that is appropriate for your unique household circumstances. [Read More]

Keep Your Home Cool With A Ground Source Heat Pump

A conventional AC unit should keep your home fairly cool, but it will not necessarily keep your costs down. The cooling costs associated with running an AC unit can make a big dent in your budget; in fact, they are one of the highest costs that a homeowner has to contend with. If you are looking for a way to keep your cooling costs down, you should be willing to pay a little extra money for the right equipment. [Read More]

The Pros And Cons Of A Tankless Water Heater

Approximately 17 percent of the average household's energy usage goes to heat water, according to the U.S. Department of Energy,, more than all other household appliances combined. That's partly because most households use traditional water tanks that heat water 24/7 so that it will be ready when you need it. That process results in a lot of wasted energy. One way to curb that waste--and save money on your utility bills--is to install a new tankless water heater. [Read More]