This year, invite the family into a cozy home with clean air for a celebratory meal and take a moment to realize what heating and cooling experts do for families.
With today’s extravagant holiday decor that involves plenty of lighting, fans, and motorized elements, homeowners must pay extra attention to electrical safety.
Luckily, there are ways for homeowners to spot these problems and then act accordingly. Read on to learn how to tell when it's time to replace the thermostat.
A few of the most prominent - yet often overlooked - health risks in the average home include fires, carbon monoxide, and faulty electrical systems (which can lead to fires and electric shock).
The last thing any homeowner wants is for their AC to suddenly stop working in the middle of a hot, muggy afternoon. Fortunately, air conditioners rarely die without first showing signs.