5 Ways to Reduce Energy Consumption in Your Home

By |October 24th, 2018|

Each month when you receive the energy bills, do you think how you can potentially reduce the energy consumption? While some people make a conscious effort to make their home energy efficient, yet they fail to reduce the energy bills. This generally happens in winters/summer when HVAC systems are used to keep the home warm […]

Is It Time To Replace Water Softener?

By |October 11th, 2018|

Water softeners have an important role to play. They are responsible for removing minerals such as calcium and magnesium from the water. However, similar to electronic appliances, the water softener works perfectly only for a set period of time after which it needs to be repaired or replaced.

Water softeners generally have a lifespan of 10 […]

Don’t Ignore These 4 Furnace Noises

By |October 5th, 2018|

When was the last time you got the furnace serviced? Chances are a long time back, right? People don’t often give much thought to the furnace unless it stops working. While it is not uncommon for a furnace to make some sounds, but if you notice loud sounds such as one of the followings, make […]

Is Your Home Always Dusty? HVAC May Be The Culprit

By |September 27th, 2018|

Your home is your safe zone – a place, where you feel safe from the dangers of outside elements. But do you know it is not as safe as you think?

What if we tell you that indoor air is often five times more contaminated than outdoor air? Well, this is not true for every household, […]

6 Tips For Allergies

By |March 13th, 2018|

Spring in Utah is an exciting time, with warmer temperatures and plants coming alive everywhere you look. Unfortunately, for many people the excitement soon turns to misery as they begin sneezing, rubbing their itchy eyes and wiping their runny noses all day. If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. Nearly 30 percent of adults […]

Students Rally For Clean Air

By |March 6th, 2018|

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (News4Utah) About 500 students gathered at the Utah State Capitol asking lawmakers to make clean air a bigger priority.

“I cough. I gag. I can’t breathe. I can’t go outside,” Matthew Hoff, 5th Grader at The Madeleine Choir School.

Eleven-year-old Hoff is frustrated that Utah hasn’t cleaned up it’s act.

“It kills people. It […]

Snoring Solutions

By |February 27th, 2018|

If you or someone in your home are a snorer, you may not be getting the restful sleep you need through the night. Snoring is more common than you think and is caused by any number of things. If the quality of your indoor air is poor,allergens can block nasal pathways causing loud breathing. We […]

Space Heating Safety

By |February 20th, 2018|

If you have a room at home or workplace area that doesn’t seem to get or stay warm, you may find yourself looking for a space heater. A portable heater can warm a space and help you avoid turning up the thermostat up or overheating other areas.
Space heaters can be an affordable way to stay […]

3 Common Furnace Problems In Winter

By |February 13th, 2018|

While there are many variables that can affect the efficiency of your furnace during the winter months, there are three very common issues that homeowners may be faced with. Understanding the most popular causes of system breakdowns can help you greatly reduce the need for repairs.Click edit button to change this text.

Man Dies After Carbon Monoxide Leak

By |February 6th, 2018|