January 8, 2013 Mike Behr
You’re going to want hot water during the cold months, so make sure that you have checked the plumbing before fall ends by following these tips.
January 3, 2013 Mike Behr
When cold weather hits Ohio, you close your house up to keep warm air in and cold weather out. That's a good idea for keeping your energy bills under control but it also means you're not able to exchange your stale inside air for fresh outside air. That's where UV lights come in handy.
January 1, 2013 Mike Behr
Tankless water heating offers a number of benefits, but that doesn’t mean it’s right for every home. Consider a few key factors that can help you determine how much energy you’ll save, how much water you’ll use, and whether the investment will be worthwhile in the long run.
December 20, 2012 Mike Behr
Since purchasing and installing a new HVAC system is a sizable investment, you should try to make sure that the contracting company you hire has the right qualifications.
December 18, 2012 Mike Behr
Many of the homes in the mid-Ohio area use combustible fuels for heating, cooking or drying clothes, and using carbon monoxide detectors is critical for staying safe at home.
December 13, 2012 Mike Behr
If an HVAC expert asked you, "What is the ideal home humidity for Ohio homes?" would you know what to say? The fact is, most homeowners don't understand the role humidity
December 11, 2012 Mike Behr
Insulation is your home's version of a warm jacket; it keeps you warm and provides some amount of protection against the elements. Home insulation basically seals in heat
December 6, 2012 Mike Behr
Living in an old home has many advantages, but it's not likely to be energy efficient if you haven't put some effort into retrofitting the insulation, windows and applian
November 29, 2012 Mike Behr
When it comes to keeping your home comfortable all year long, ceiling fans are much more efficient than running your cooling or heating systems alone. If you know how to