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4 Air-Purifying Houseplants

Do you think the air in your home is clean and healthy? It could be worse than you think. Studies show that the air inside most homes and buildings is nearly twice as polluted as the air o...

5 Features To Look For In A New Furnace

Cooler temperatures are here. What if your furnace doesn’t turn on? It’s a problem that surprises many homeowners in the Phoenix area who rarely use their furnaces. If you’ve been left out...

How a Programmable Thermostat Can Save You Money

Do you still have a manual thermostat for your air conditioning system? If so, you could be losing comfort and money. Sure, a manual thermostat gets the job done by allowing you to set your...

Passive Solar for Beginners

One of the benefits of living in the Wild West is our abundant sunshine. An advantage for home builders in Denver is that Colorado averages over 300 sunny days per year; Arizona and New Me...

How Cool Cash Can Help You Afford a New Air Condi...

If the thought of investing in a new air conditioner seems like a nightmare for your bank account, fear not! With Carrier®’s Cool Cash, you can earn up to a $1,600 rebate on a new air cond...

4 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

You want your home to be a healthy place for you and your family. That includes paying attention to the air that you breathe. While air pollution in the environment is always in the news, ...

Why Are My Rooms Different Temperatures?

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night freezing, even though you specifically remember setting the temperature at a comfortable 72 degrees before bed? You get up and check the t...

How a UV Light Can Keep Your Air Clean

What comes to mind when you think of ultraviolet light, better known as UV light? For many of us, our brains tend to associate UV light with tanning beds and long days at the beach. But be...

A Warning About Tankless Water Heaters

Now I got a lot of heat on an earlier post about solar panels, so I want to be clear up front that I have nothing against tankless water heaters (BTW, they are “water heaters” not “hot wate...

What Does HVAC Mean?

The term HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. In most homes you will have an indoor unit called an air handler, an outdoor unit called a condenser, and a duct system ...

Should I Repair or Replace My AC?

So, your air conditioner stops working. Before you even make a maintenance call, you should consider what repairs might be necessary, or if it’s worth it to purchase a brand new cooling sy...

8 Mantel Makeovers You Can Do

If you’re lucky enough to have a fireplace with a pretty mantel, it’s a great place to focus your holiday decorating. Who doesn’t like to take a quiet moment and sit and enjoy a roaring fir...

Seven Tips For Townhouse Living

The townhouse - sometimes called a row house or row home, and regionally referred to as a terrace house or a brownstone - is growing in popularity, and for good reason. With a spotlight on ...

What Is That Burning Smell Coming From My AC?

No matter where it’s coming from, a burning smell within your home is alarming, and although you may have just burnt your toast, a far more serious issue could be brewing. There are severa...

Simple Tips For Maintaining Common Problem Areas ...

Maintaining a home can be time consuming, but it is ultimately more efficient than making repairs. Problems always crop up, but with a regular preventative maintenance routine, expensive re...

Busting 3 Green Insulation Myths

There is no free insulation lunch. Super-magic foil insulation won’t do what salespeople say it will. Natural, recycled, and green insulation won’t work if it isn’t installed right. And ...

What Is a Hybrid Water Heater?

It’s hard to imagine our lives without our water heater. After all, water helps us clean our dishes, wash our clothes and, perhaps most importantly, shower! But did you know that your elec...

Eco-Friendly Wood Stove Choices

Historically, heating technology was pretty simple: mankind huddled around a basic campfire to stay warm and cook dinner. In more recent centuries, fireplaces were constructed with brick o...

How To Brighten Up Your Home This Summer

Although it may feel like summer year-round in the Sunshine State, it’s always nice to decorate accordingly. These four simple decorative additions can brighten your home and welcome the wa...

Why Is My Air Conditioner Leaking Water?

As a Floridian, there are few things more inconvenient than having your air conditioner malfunction. But as with any valuable home comfort system, things are bound to go wrong from time to ...

The Fiery Hazards of Home Heating

According to a recent report by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), nearly 1 in 5 home fires in 2009 were caused by home heating equipment. This puts heating at a very close se...

How a Handyman Can Spruce Up Your Home

Owning a home is more work than most people realize. Home projects tend to pile up, get put on the back burner or sit on your honey-do list for far too long. When it comes to home projects...

How to Set Your Thermostat For Summer Savings

During those long, hot summer months, we rely on our air conditioners to keep us comfortable from the hot and humid outdoors. However, while our ACs may keep us cool, your blood will still...

Keeping the Home Fire Burning, Safely

A fireplace can provide ambiance, warmth and a bit of style to a home. It can also be a liability if not properly maintained or operated. For instance, the tragic Christmas fire in Stamfo...

Which Type of Air Filter Is the Most Efficient?

When it comes to our air filters, most of us don’t change them as often as we should. After all, we have so much going on in our day-to-day lives; it can be hard to remember that we need t...

Eco-Bling: Get Out of My Grill and Seal Up Your D...

Following up on my recent posts on solar panels, bamboo floors, and tankless water heaters, I feel the need to vent further about the tendency for people to add stuff to their homes, thinki...

Is Nest Right for You?

Nest is the world's first “learning” thermostat. Here's how it works: You install it just like a regular model, then set it manually for the first week, turning the temperature up and down ...

3 Things to Look for in a New Air Conditioning Sy...

Purchasing a new air conditioning system is a big investment for your home, so you want to make sure you don’t just pick the first system that you see. As with any big purchase, taking the...

Modern Meets Country in Rare Crib Construction Ho...

Decades ago, there was a concept of home building known as "crib construction," where boards were stacked like pancakes inside walls. The idea was to create insulation, but the concept fell...

Designer Picks: Warmest Blankets

These blankets are rated for cold temperatures. They're ready for sojourns to that cabin in Vermont (the one that only has a small wood stove). More "technical" than pretty, these blankets ...

San Francisco's Greenest Buildings

San Franciscans can already lay claim to living in the greenest city in the country, at least according to a recent survey. The Bay Area, with its crunchy granola-chic attitude, prizes few ...

Is Your Air Conditioner Energy Efficient?

It goes without saying that the air conditioning system is one of best inventions of the last century. But, despite the convenience of having cool air whenever we want, ACs can use an ex...

Building a House to Fit Local Climate Conditions

Before the invention of central heat and air conditioning, people generally built houses that were designed to be as comfortable and durable as possible for their specific climate. In hot ...