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Carbon Monoxide in the Home Can Have Horrible Effects — What You Need to Know

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

If you're one of the many families in the Mid-Atlantic region who uses combustion appliances indoors or have an attached garage, you may be at risk of carbon monoxide (CO) exposure. While it's lethal at high concentrations, it can have serious effects at lower levels, especially for sensitive groups.


Simple Ways to Lengthen the Life Your Home’s HVAC System

Sunday, September 28, 2014

A well-maintained HVAC system can make all the difference in having an efficient unit that lasts as long as possible. While the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) advises homeowners schedule annual pre-season tune-ups with a professional, there are easy things you can tackle yourself to help keep your system in peak condition as well. Learn more about simple ways to lengthen the life of an HVAC system and the rewards that doing so comes with.


Fall Maintenance Tasks to Tackle in Your Mid-Atlantic Home

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Taking care of fall home maintenance while the weather is mild will help you save energy dollars throughout the heating season, as well as preventing structural damage to your home. These tasks won't take long and cost little, but offer a big payoff both for comfort and the long term durability of the systems in your home.


Go With an NATE Certified HVAC Technician for Work in Your Mid-Atlantic Home

Saturday, September 20, 2014

When you put your trust in an HVAC contractor to repair or replace heating and cooling equipment in your home, you need to know that their technicians have the training, skills and expertise to do the job right. The best way to guarantee your comfort and safety is to ensure your contractor of choice employs NATE certified technicians.


What to Look For When Choosing a Humidifier for a Child’s Room

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Running a humidifier in your child's room can help alleviate chapped lips, itchy eyes and dry skin problems during the winter months, as well as provide soothing relief from symptoms of allergies, respiratory infections and colds. Adequate humidity also helps prevent the growth of viruses that can make your child sick.

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