This is the year you’re really ready for winter... furnace cleaned and checked... firewood re-stocked... snow tires on the cars... salt for the driveway... gas for the snow blower... and all of your cold weather gear – hats, gloves, coats, boots at the ready.
A whole-home dehumidifier removes excess moisture from your home, creates a more comfortable environment, and helps improve indoor air quality. By maintaining a consistent humidity level within your home, it helps prevent the growth of mold, mildew, and other contaminants.
Does your utility company send those letters telling you how energy efficient you are compared to your neighbors? You are not alone. If you want to improve your standing, or just want to save a little money on your energy bills this winter, Carrier offers five ways to help save on heating costs and get the best performance from your furnace.
There are three types of ultraviolet (UV) wave lengths, and although powerful, they cannot be seen by the human eye. UV-A is more commonly known as black light, UV-B comes from the sun, and UV-C can kill mold, bacteria, and mildew and is used to protect equipment in medical settings.
Old Man Winter is on his way, and he’s packing his usual bag of tricks – snow, sleet, freezing temperatures and more. But before you start waxing your skis and dragging out the old toboggan, it’s time to start winterizing your home to protect it.