Friday, February 28, 2020


Yikes! Winter is coming to an end but mold can still be a problem. Cold nights, warmer days and hot steamy showers all cause problems. To help control and eliminate mold you can follow these recommendations. 

- Use exhaust fans when and where necessary 
- Remove condensation from windows, bathroom ceilings,     and other surfaces  
- Provide adequate ventilation to the premises at all times
- Store furniture and personal possessions so as to provide   for adequate airflow between the walls and the personal   possessions
- Leave blinds/window coverings up half an inch from the  window sill so as to allow for     adequate airflow 
- Clean and dust premises at regular intervals 

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Furnace Filters

When the weather is cold most of us have the furnace running more often to keep our homes warm. 

How regularly do you change your furnace filter?

A furnace filter that is clogged with dust, pet dander, and other particles will cause your furnace to work harder because of decreased airflow.

If your furnace has to work harder, this means it is using more energy to operate. 

Changing its filter monthly, you will help reduce your home's heating costs.