Archive for October 4, 2016
There comes a time in every home owner’s life when their air conditioner finally goes kaput and it’s time to make a decision. You can start looking around for some good air conditioning repair companies or take this opportunity to upgrade to a better HVAC system. There are some nifty new options to choose from and some can be quite cost effective too, here are a few that may sway you into replacing that old system.
- Thermostats: Nowadays thermostats come with features that give you all sorts of perks, including the ability to program them so that they automatically switch temperatures at certain points in the day. You can save an estimated $180 a year ju
Residential radon testing is important whether you are looking into buying a new home or if you suspect problems with your current one. The fact that radon is colorless, odorless and tasteless makes it incredibly dangerous. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. If all that changed was radon levels lowering, about 5,000 deaths caused by lung cancer could be reduced. The scariest part is that 1 in 15 homes in America have radon levels that are either at or even above the EPA action level. So, let’s look a little closer look at this problem causer.
What is radon?
Radon a highly radioactive gas. You cannot see it, tas