Archive for June 24th, 2016

Stay Cool and Keep Your AC Unit Happy with These 7 Tips

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Most people would agree that large parts of the United States would be completely inhabitable without air conditioning. That ;s why two thirds of us have it in our homes. At least 5% of all power that is consumed throughout the nation is on air conditioning our homes and businesses. This ends up costing homeowners about $11 million each year. A good way to save money on this is to switch to more energy efficient models and taking other measure to cool the home results in savings of between 20 to 50% on these costs associated with air conditioning. No one wants to have to call the air conditioning company in the middle of the summer because their unit died so here are some tips to keep yours running healthy and happy.

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Cool Tips for Summer Air Conditioning Maintenance That Every Homeowner Should Know

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It’s funny how during the longest, coldest, and hardest days of winter people long for the hazy and hot dog days of summer only to complain when those dog days arrive! The heat and haze of the summer’s dog days can make you feel like catching a cat nap just to stay cool, but proper and regular air conditioning maintenance is one thing you can’t afford to sleep on!

Air conditioner maintenance is the best way to stay cool and comfortable during the summer and can even help to keep you and your family members safe in terms of preventing heatstroke. Young children and seniors or those who have limited physical strength and compromised immune systems are especially prone to heatstroke and the results can be fatal in some cases.

Here are some super cool and easy ways you can keep your

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Why Your Choice of Electrician Could Save Your Life

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Finding an electrician is easy; finding the right one can be very tricky. There are more than 580,000 American electricians and they can play a valuable role in protecting your home. As many as 47,700 home structure fires in 2011 resulted from some type of electrical failure or malfunction that contributed to ignition, according to U.S fire departments. Between 2007 and 2011 almost half (48%) of non-confined American house structure fires had an electrical failure or malfunction component related to electrical distribution or lighting equipment. In fact, more than $1.5 billion in property damage results from electrical fires every year, and that does not even consider the potential deaths or injuries that could result.

If you are asking yourself

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