Having clean, safe water in our homes is important to all of us. This has been an increasing concern to Long Islanders over the years, and for good reason. Long Island has more contaminants in its drinking water than anywhere else in the state. It’s no surprise that more and more people here are looking into different kinds of water filtration including whole house water filtration systems. [Read more…] about How Long Does a Whole House Water Filter Last?
HVAC is the term for the various systems used to heat and cool a building as well as move air through the building. HVAC can be a single system or individual systems for the different functions, whether they work together or not. For example, HVAC can entail both a furnace and a ductless air conditioning system or a single heat pump system, or any other combination of heating and cooling components. [Read more…] about New Home Owner Series: What is HVAC?
Welcome to autumn, when one day is cool and the next is warm, back, and forth. You want to be comfortable while also not turning your heat on too soon. Deciding when to turn on your heat is key. If you’re a new homeowner or just want to learn how to manage your heating system better, read on. [Read more…] about When Should You Turn Your Heat On?
As temperatures cool, and you start reaching for sweaters and hoodies, it’s time to schedule your fall HVAC maintenance, if you haven’t already. Yearly maintenance is essential for a good-working system and autumn is the best time to make sure your system is running effectively and efficiently. [Read more…] about 5 Reasons You Need a Fall Maintenance Checkup