Geothermal Contractor Tip: The Growing Popularity of Geothermal Heating and Energy
It's no secret that use of alternative energy sources is on the rise in Blaine. Solar panels, windmills and hybrid cars have been heavily publicized over the past several years as people and governments try to employ energy strategies that are more efficient...
How Do I Check a Gas Furnace Draft Pressure Switch? A Question from Shoreview
There are many reasons why a furnace stops working and in many cases, a Shoreview homeowner can perform some simple diagnostics to pinpoint the problem. Finding the problem is one thing – fixing it is another.
What Is the Most Efficient Way to Heat My Home? A Question from Wazata
When it comes to Wazata home heating, efficiency is one of the main factors most people take into consideration. There are quite a few different options in terms of home heating, including oil, gas and electric furnaces...
Heat Pumps and Energy Efficiency: A Tip
Heat pumps offer a number of great benefits. For one, they are inclusive heating and cooling solutions, so they can maintain your Ramsey home at a comfortable temperature year round without the need for an additional system.
Home Energy Myths: Some Information From Bloomington
Measuring and controlling your Bloomington home’s energy consumption is a little tricky. There are plenty of talking heads and information resources on the Internet that tell you how it’s supposed to work, but in most cases you’ll find...
When to Replace Your Air Conditioning System: A Tip From Oak Grove
One of the last things you probably want to think about is replacing the current air conditioning system in your Oak Grove home. However, the time will come when you can no longer ignore the fact that your air conditioning system is not getting the job done like it used to.
Green Your Plumbing: A Tip From St. Louis Park
These days, “green plumbing” is getting increasing attention in St. Louis Park. There are a wide range of green plumbing products that can make a big difference in how much water and energy your home uses. They range from simple accessories that cost less than $20 to major home remodels.
Showerheads that Save Water: A Tip From Mounds View
If you are looking for ways to save water in your Mounds View home, a low-flow shower head is a great place to start. There are many different types of low-flow shower heads on the market right now, so you should have no trouble finding one that suits both your needs and your budget.
Whole House Fans vs. Attic Fans
Air temperature in your home is a big issue in the summer. The cost of maintaining your air conditioner as it runs nonstop for hours at a time can be very high – as much as $4,000 for a single year of cooling. That’s why a lot of families turn to fan solutions to reduce how much they spend on their AC units each year.