Energy-saving tips to keep your unit running efficiently

Hey Y’all, Bob here. Warm temperatures are here — and so is the potential to throw away money. Homeowners can’t afford to ignore their air conditioning equipment because inefficient equipment and potentially costly home cooling problems could equal wasted expenses. Proper care of cooling equipment can keep your unit running efficiently, which saves money and helps avoid costly […]

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Control your summer energy costs

Hey y’all, Bob here. With temperatures rising and energy costs soaring, there are a variety of steps you can take to cut the expenses of cooling your home. Cooling and heating equipment use more energy than any other appliance. This inevitably shows up every month on the energy bill, but it’s important to remember that energy costs […]

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Quick tips to improve indoor air quality

Research shows that most people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors, mostly in their homes. With this in mind, it is very important to take precautions to improve your indoor air quality, especially with the increased pollution that is continually impacting our homes. It is important to note that poor indoor air […]

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Working past retirement a growing trend

by: Lance Griffin / Dothan Eagle A growing share of Americans are working beyond their 65th birthday for multiple reasons. In 1965, the average American lived only 10-12 years after retirement. Today, people need funds available to live 15 or 20 years beyond retirement. Sometimes the funds are not there at 65. Sometimes the poor […]

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Vacation tips

When you’re making your plans and preparations for your vacation, be sure to give some thought to what you’re leaving behind. Namely, your home. Follow these tips to make sure it stays secure and energy-efficient while you’re gone. Timed lights make a house looked lived-in Connect a few lamps around the house to plug-in timers, […]

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