What The Inflation Reduction Act Means For Indiana Homeowners It can be hard to understand what the federal government’s new clean energy policies mean for homeowners locally. We’re simplifying the fine print so you can take action to reduce your energy use and maximize the benefits. By now you’ve probably heard about the Biden Administration’s […]
Did you know that your home’s HVAC system accounts for nearly half of your total energy use each year? The average single-family home in Indiana spends $400 monthly on utilities. With energy prices on the rise, that number is sure to climb.
Fortunately, there are many ways you can lower your energy use, eliminate waste, and reduce utility costs. […]
Whether you’ve had your furnace on for a few weeks or are holding out until you can see your breath indoors, you need to put a furnace tune up on your calendar. Why? There are plenty of reasons to get your furnace inspected annually-the most important being safety. However, there are many benefits to this simple, annual service […]
With prices up on everything from milk to shoes, it’s no wonder more homeowners are making the switch to high-efficiency systems to shrink their utility bills. Find out how high-efficiency furnaces can help you save on annual energy costs. Heating your home accounts for 29% of your annual energy costs. Considering the average family spends […]
You never hesitate to upgrade your smartphone, but what about your home’s technology?
Make home management easier and more efficient with smart home devices like a smart thermostat.
Now, add complete indoor climate control to the list of things that can be done from the palm of your hand with a smart thermostat. […]
Hard water can be a hazard to your health and home. Here’s how the pros recommend dealing with hard water in your home or business. Did you know that Indiana has some of the hardest water in the US? It’s not just a Hoosier State problem, 85% of US households experience hard water issues. If […]
Here’s all you need to know about maintaining your home’s optimal humidity level and how a dehumidifier can help when the seasons change. Humidity control can have you feeling a bit like Goldilocks. Too much or too little humidity can be uncomfortable for you and unhealthy for your home. Here’s how to get humidity right-even […]
How To Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality With Daikin** Take care of your indoor air and protect your family from irritants like mold, dust, odors, gases, and humidity with tools from your local Daikin Comfort Pros. We’re going to let you in on a dirty secret: your indoor air is not as clean as […]
Spring is a great time to perform regular maintenance and cleaning around the house, but if you haven´t added a duct cleaning to your list in a few years, it’s time to get it done. Did you know that your indoor air can be up to five times dirtier than outdoor air? According to the […]
Homeowners across the US are facing a difficult choice: replace their older AC systems or struggle with increasingly expensive repairs due to the phase-out of R22. What is R22? R22, also known as Freon or HCFC-22, is (or was) a type of gas used in cooling equipment-like your home’s air conditioner. As of 2010, R22 […]
What’s causing the surge in pricing and how can consumers plan for more costly home maintenance? As the US continues to recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic, one factor is hitting consumers almost as hard as the virus: inflation. Soaring costs in nearly every business sector are having an impact on the HVAC […]
How to prepare your plumbing system to prevent freezing pipes and other common cold weather plumbing problems Winter Plumbing Tips When it comes to plumbing, there are certain ‘cold weather’ preventative measures that will help maintain a healthy, efficient water system and avoid excess water loss and excessive bills. In addition to the harsh winter […]
Six months have now passed since the US first began to feel the effects of COVID-19 and its related social distancing measures. As cases continue to ebb and surge across the country, many companies continue to encourage – or even mandate – that their employees work remotely from home. […]
The clock reads 2:00 in the afternoon and your productivity level is heading downward. You are sluggish, tired, and feel like you can no longer think clearly. A headache begins to develop. Maybe you write off your lack of energy, thinking you should have gone to bed earlier last night. Or the hectic morning combined with that carb-loaded lunch is catching up to you. But maybe there is another culprit that you – and likely your boss – have never even thought about: the air quality of your workspace. […]