If you want to help protect the environment and save on electric bills at the same time, you must ensure that your home is energy-efficient. This is why it’s important to perform a home energy audit. You may not know it yet, but your appliances may be using more energy — and therefore, costing you more money — than you think.
You have plumbing in your kitchen and bathrooms. You likely have taps on the outside of the house. You may have a utility sink in the laundry room or the basement. All of those outlets connect with a network of pipes throughout your house. Those pipes often work for years without problems. But, on occasion, you will have a problem. Some you may know how to repair yourself, but for others, you should call Westchester plumber professionals, who have experience handling the more complicated repairs.
Whether you’re keeping your home warm or preparing it for cold days ahead, today is the best time to check if your furnace is working properly. It might need special troubleshooting or seemingly simple fixes that require expert technical skills.
There are heating contractors in your area who are likely better equipped to manage heating repairs than you, and understand the ins and outs of maintaining a boiler, water heater or furnace.
Geothermal heat pump installation may seem like a new and even daunting process to the uninitiated, but in fact, it’s a tried and tested method of energy transference that’s been in use in America for a little more than a century and a half. The number of worldwide installations grows at an annual rate of around 10% which translates into about 80,000 new units being installed every year in America.
As a homeowner you can never be sure what the weather is going to bring next. With recent weather events like Hurricane Sandy and the Nor’easter slamming into our coast and leaving millions without power, it is more important now than ever to ensure your family is kept safe by procuring a power generator for your home.
It is getting cold, and like many households, you are turning on the heater. However, there is another way of heating the house besides the common forced air heating and cooling system. Radiant heating provides the most natural and comfortable heat in a home, and is much more energy efficient.