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Solar energy has been the frontier of green living with many homeowners installing solar panels to provide electricity for their appliances as well as for lighting and heating. The effectiveness of a solar panel system will depend on a number of factors including your exposure to the sun, where you live, the much you pay …

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Humidity issues is an age old problem that has bedeviled homeowners time and time again. While some of them seem to have found a way to manage it, others are still lost in the dark. While high performing AC units are certainly one of the ways to put this problem under control and boost efficiency, …

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High performance glass units can offer superior thermal resistance and give you outstanding ultraviolet light control. This is very important because it reduces energy use, improves comfort, and reduces the need for a bigger HVAC system. Most homes today are faced with the problem of having to install large HVAC systems so that their homes …

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The demand for ceiling fans has risen significantly for the past few years as homeowners discover the cooling and energy-saving benefits of these devices. Before people discovered the relationship between the functionality of ceiling fans and the reduction in cooling costs, very few people paid attention or even went ahead and installed ceiling fans. To …

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Mold in your HVAC system can lead to serious health problems including asthma, pneumonia and bronchitis as well as lowering the efficiency of your unit. Preventing mold growth in your system is therefore important to ensure healthy and quality indoor environment, and efficiency in running your heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment. The first step …

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