October, 13th, 2015
It’s getting to be that time of year where the mornings are chilly, the afternoons are warm, and the evenings are somewhere in between. Experiencing the full range of temperatures in one day is a hard adjustment, so here are some tips on how keep yourself and your home comfortable all day long.
July, 8th, 2015
The question about the ideal temperature setting for your home is one that we definitely hear often. Everyone’s read those ‘tips on saving money’ blogs and magazine articles and heard that shifting your thermostat up or down by just a few degrees can really make a difference on your power bill.
March, 25th, 2015
In South Carolina, Summer is one of our favorite seasons. Pools, trips up to the mountains, going out for ice cream on a really hot day… it’s all a blast. On the other hand, the heat can really get you – and your A/C unit – down. Summer is the season when air conditioning usage is highest – which means power bills that seem to rise as fast as the temperatures do. We’ve got some [Read More...]
April, 22nd, 2014
Summer is here and you’re wondering what you can do to maintain your air conditioning unit (A/C) for the hot summer months to come. If you consider yourself a handyman or handywoman, there are a few things that you can do to help ensure a working A/C and a cool home this summer.
July, 17th, 2013
Nothing is more annoying than having your air conditioning fail during a hot summer day. Your air conditioner may be working now, but how do you know if it is running as well as it should? Air conditioning units don’t typically run at peak performance and then suddenly fail. As a result, it is important to be able to detect potential problems with your AC so they can be addressed before the hottest days of [Read More...]
Well, yes! Ceiling fan direction is a very important aspect of being able to get the most out of your fan in terms of comfort level and energy reduction. Sometimes, people actually get wall switches added during the ceiling fan installation to be able to control their fan direction during different seasons.
May, 6th, 2013
As we get closer to summer and temperatures start to rise, we always see an increase in calls about frozen air conditioning systems. The biggest question is how do you fix this problem? However, the first thing you need to know is why your air conditioner stopped working in the first place.
April, 16th, 2013
Nothing can be more relaxing than to enjoy the coolness inside your home while the sun scorches everything outside. However, that enjoyment may come with a steep price tag. Power demand spikes in summer, straining the power network and pumping abundant air pollution into the environment. As far as the monetary cost is concerned, the cost also gets increased as indicated by the fact that a typical home in US spends around 17% of its [Read More...]
April, 9th, 2013
During hot summers, air conditioners are probably the most used home appliances. We all enjoy the cool air of air conditioner, but have you ever thought how it works? If not, then this article might be interesting for you as we are going to discuss how air conditioner keeps you cool even in scorch weather.
March, 19th, 2013
Ever-increasing energy prices have encouraged every individual to employ modern and valuable energy saving practices. Fortunately, there are plenty of techniques that you can utilize to reduce your energy consumption and cut down your energy costs. Considering your particular household conditions, you should determine the quantity of energy you need on a daily basis. A wide range of energy-efficient resources is available to enable you to save significant amounts without making any compromises on your [Read More...]