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Blog Posts in March, 2012

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  • Household Insulation - 4 Common Types That Boost Efficiency
    Household Insulation - 4 Common Types That Boost Efficiency

    Nowadays, there are many ways in which to protect ourselves and our belongings from the outside elements, especially when it comes to our homes. However, as with a lot of things in life, it’s actually ...

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  • UV Lights - The Role They Can Play In Your HVAC System
    UV Lights - The Role They Can Play In Your HVAC System

    When you have UV lights in your home’s heating and cooling system, your indoor air will be cleaner and your family may suffer fewer outbreaks of contagious diseases. UV rays have natural disinfectant ...

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  • If Dry Air Is Compromising Your Comfort, Consider A Whole-House Humidifier
    If Dry Air Is Compromising Your Comfort, Consider A Whole-House Humidifier

    Low humidity can cause a variety of issues for North Carolina residents, ranging from mild physical discomfort to serious damage to your home. If you’ve been suffering from any of the problems ...

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  • How Upgrading To A Programmable Thermostat Could Save You Long Term
    How Upgrading To A Programmable Thermostat Could Save You Long Term

    Installing a programmable thermostat is a great way to boost your energy savings. Programmable thermostats allow you to reduce energy use by using your heating and cooling system less when you don’t ...

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  • High Energy Costs? Reduce Your Heating And Cooling Loads
    High Energy Costs? Reduce Your Heating And Cooling Loads

    Are you dealing with high energy costs? The cost of electricity and natural gas may be on the rise, but you can reduce what you pay on your energy bills by reducing the heating and cooling loads of ...

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  • Do You Have A CO Detector? Is It Properly Placed?
    Do You Have A CO Detector? Is It Properly Placed?

    Anyone who uses combustible-fuel burning appliances in a home should have a CO detector to alert them of the buildup of hazardous carbon monoxide (CO), an odorless, invisible gas that replaces oxygen ...

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