Posts tagged air conditioning
The Importance of Knowing What Residential HVAC System You Have

Let’s say that you decide you want to have your air ducts clean (great decision!), so you begin researching the best companies in the area. After reading fantastic reviews and talking to family, friends, and neighbors that also give great reviews, you decide to hire Five Star (excellent choice!). When you call to ask a few questions about pricing and scheduling a technician, a customer service representative asks you what type of HVAC system you have in your home. Would you be able to answer that question?

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Where Is The Most Dangerous Place To Find Mold In Your Home?

Finding mold in your home is a homeowner’s worst nightmare. What about the places mold can grow that you can’t see? In order for mold to grow in your home, it needs a combination of the right temperature, moisture level, and food source. It is important to complete a yearly inspection of your home so you can catch any mold growth before it becomes a major problem in your home.

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Basement Tips for Reducing Moisture

Basements are fantastic for additional living space or storage. However, because they mostly are underground they have a tendency to attract moisture and dampness. The summer months have increased moisture in the air. It can be a struggle to keep the humidity and condensation level low. If your basement has high humidity levels, then you probably want it fixed quick.

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Quick Tips for Battling Summer Allergies

Summer seasonal allergies typically begin in April or May and continue through October. Thousands of plants and flowers bloom during theses months, causing discomfort for almost everyone. From itchy, watery eyes to sneezing to tickles in the throat, sometimes it feels like you might not ever get relief.

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Tips to Save Money on Your Energy Bill This Summer!

As the summer months arrive, so does the heat and higher energy bills again. Keeping your home cool during the hot summer months usually means an increase in your energy bill for a few months while you keep the air conditioning running around the clock. Cooling your home is important so you don’t develop heatstroke, which can even happen indoors if you keep your house too warm.

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