If you have a dust problem in your house, you’re not alone. Dust is an issue for many households in the greater Hartford Area, and the worst part is that no matter what you do, dust seems to always find its way back. With winter here, these are a few tips to keep your home free of airborne dust during the heating season.
Winter storms can cause a power outage that leaves you in the cold and dark for hours or possibly days at a time. Being prepared for an outage can help you avoid some of the most uncomfortable consequences of cold indoor temperatures. When the weather forecasts warn you of an impending storm, consider the following to stay safe.
Water-heating costs can really add up over time and cost you piles of money. Luckily, a few simple tips can greatly reduce water-heating costs, freeing your pocketbook up for other expenses:
There’s nothing like a Connecticut winter storm to make you feel deeper appreciation for your attached garage. With the wind howling and the snow and ice blowing in vicious circles, you drive your car straight in the garage and enter your home through an adjoining door, safe and warm – and probably smelling a bit like exhaust from your vehicle.
A little information can go a long way in allaying any anxiety about furnace replacement. So before you’re mired knee-deep in Energy Star ratings, air flow measurements and cubic feet, here are a few things to remember as you look for a furnace.