Pro Tips

Honeywell Wi-Fi Water Leak and Freeze Detector

June 22, 2016 Mike Behr
Wi-Fi Water Leak and Freeze DetectorThe Lyric Wi-Fi Water Leak and Freeze Detector keeps you connected to help protect against water damage — ale
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New NAECA Water Heater Requirements

April 1, 2015
New NAECA energy efficiency requirements will result in an increase in water heater efficiency as well as an increase in price. On April 16, 2015, the Department of Ener
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Do I need a humidifier?

September 24, 2014
Humidifiers work alone or as part of your heating system. During winter indoor and outdoor humidity is low. This causes health problems like itchy skin and nose bleeds Dr
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Solar Attic Ventilation

August 18, 2014
Attic ventilation is needed to make your home more comfortable. Solar attic ventilation have many advantages. The operate on solar energy alone. They do not five off harm
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Fuel oil furnaces-how do they work

August 13, 2014
A fuel oil furnace does not burn oil by itself. The fuel oil is pumped to the burner. It is then mixed with air and becomes a fine mist. The mist is injected into the bur
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When should I consider replacing my furnace?

August 4, 2014
When should I consider replacing my furnace? There are many factors to consider before changing your furnace. Is the existing furnace dangerous? Older units can be danger
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Fall is coming ready or not

August 1, 2014 0 comments
Whether we like it or not Fall is just around the corner. Getting the children ready for school is on your to-do list for Fall but don't forget to have your heating system serviced.
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How to Troubleshoot Your Water Heater to Get Results

May 30, 2013 Mike Behr
In the interests of saving money and time, you'll want to avoid calling in a water heater repair technician, only to find you could have solved the problem yourself. Once you learn how to troubleshoot your water heater, you can make your way down the checklist whenever a problem arises. If you have checked everything off, and you're still having problems, you will feel more confident about hiring a professional to finish the job.
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Air Cleaners Improve Air Quality: An Overview of Available Options

May 28, 2013 Mike Behr
While beautiful spring weather is welcomed by most Mid-Ohio homeowners, the accompanying pollen and other airborne respiratory irritants are not. Whole-house air cleanersWhile beautiful spring weather is welcomed by most Mid-Ohio homeowners, the accompanying pollen and other airborne respiratory irritants are not. Whole-house air cleaners can help you take control of indoor-air quality (IAQ) inside your home, so you can enjoy the cheery spring weather without the watery eyes and sneezing.
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Get an Air Conditioner Tune-Up on the Books: Sooner Is Better

May 23, 2013 Mike Behr
With summer just around the corner, if you haven't already done so, you'll want to wipe the dust off of your air conditioner and prep it for our Mid-Ohio cooling season. By taking the time to give your cooling equipment a little TLC and scheduling your annual air conditioner tune-up, you can rest assured that your system will run efficiently and effectively all summer long.
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Changing the A/C Filter: It’s a Never-Ending Job

May 21, 2013 Mike Behr
Changing the A/C filter in your Mid-Ohio home could be the single most important task you undertake to keep your air conditioning system working efficiently and dependablChanging the A/C filter in your Mid-Ohio home could be the single most important task you undertake to keep your air conditioning system working efficiently and dependably. When dust and other airborne particulates collect on the air filter, it slows the airflow through the blower, which retards the cooling process. Eventually, the dust on the filter will work its way into the blower, which can cause serious system problems.
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Learning How Residential Solar Power Works

May 16, 2013 Mike Behr
How residential solar power works is actually simple: the energy is gathered, transferred to electricity and used (and sometimes stored) for your home energy needs.
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