Going eco-friendly in April: Eco Expo 2010
May 16

Going eco-friendly in April: Eco Expo 2010

Last week we joined a conglomerate of nature-loving folks and friends at the St. Louis Science Center’s James S. McDonnell Planetarium for the Eco Expo…. View Article Read More

Advanced Features to Consider When Choosing a Thermostat for Your Home
May 16

Advanced Features to Consider When Choosing a Thermostat for Your Home

Earlier this week we blogged about how to choose a thermostat based on specific requirements for your family and your home. Today we wanted to… View Article Read More

What You Need to Know Dust and Your HVAC System
May 16

What You Need to Know Dust and Your HVAC System

Were you aware that the air in your home could contain many times more dust and debris than that of the air outside? Not in… View Article Read More

Letters to Fran the Furnace
May 16

Letters to Fran the Furnace

Dear Fran, I know that you have been sleeping for months now and I have allowed this slumber, but soon I’m going to need your… View Article Read More

Heat Pump Maintenance Checklist: How to Get Your System Ready for Warmer Weather
May 16

Heat Pump Maintenance Checklist: How to Get Your System Ready for Warmer Weather

It’s that time of year in the St. Louis area when many of us are switching from using our furnaces to using our air conditioners…. View Article Read More

When Comparing Air Conditioner Costs, Look Beyond the Initial Investment
May 16

When Comparing Air Conditioner Costs, Look Beyond the Initial Investment

When homeowners in the St. Louis area need a new central air conditioner, many of them will get quotes from multiple contractors to find where… View Article Read More

How to Check for Air Leaks in Your Home
May 16

How to Check for Air Leaks in Your Home

Did you know that air leaks often account for a 5-30 percent increase in home energy consumption? When conditioned air can escape and outdoor air… View Article Read More

Where to Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors for Maximum Safety in Your Home
May 16

Where to Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors for Maximum Safety in Your Home

Last month, we talked about the importance of installing home carbon monoxide detectors to warn your family of a CO leak from a malfunctioning furnace… View Article Read More

How Does an Air Cleaner Work?
May 16

How Does an Air Cleaner Work?

If you’re one of the tens of millions of Americans that suffer from frustrating, sneezy allergy issues, you likely know a bit about air cleaners…. View Article Read More

Say No to Creepy Critters in Your Home This Halloween
May 16

Say No to Creepy Critters in Your Home This Halloween

Creepy critters are all good and fun when it comes to Halloween, but not so much when they come uninvited into your home. During Fall,… View Article Read More