Summer Myths You May Not Know

During summer, heat-related illnesses such as heat stroke, dehydration and rashes are very common. They usually occur when the body can’t keep itself cool. Now, before you check out those old wives’ tales on how to cool yourself, you might want to go over some common summer myths. Myth #1: Eating ripe mangoes can cause… Read More…

Should You Leave the Heat or AC on For Your Pets When You Are Gone?

Animals are just as prone to heat- and cold-related complications as us, which is why pet-owners are always encouraged to let even their outdoor pets into the house during times of extreme temperatures. Fortunately, we have our homes’ heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to keep us and our furry friends comfortable and safe. However,… Read More…

Ways to Stay Cool During Summer Season

Turning on your AC unit isn’t the only way to stay cool when the weather is extremely hot. Here are some ways on how to beat the heat without cranking up your air conditioning. Wear summer-appropriate fabrics such as cotton and linen to allow the skin to breathe. Keep a deodorant handy to keep your… Read More…

Time to Service Your AC During Winter

Although it is still winter season, the Better Business Bureau recommends planning ahead while the temperatures are still low. This means that it’s time to have your air conditioning units checked and make sure they are in good working condition when the temperatures finally begin to rise. To avoid burning a hole in your wallet… Read More…

Using Insulation to Keep Cool and Reduce Electricity Bills

According to a recent survey conducted by ThinkInsulation.com.au, many Australians are trying to find ways to beat the scorching heat during the summer season. And now that another summer scorcher is on its way, homeowners are relying on their air conditioning units to stay cool during the hot weather. Instead of spending a huge amount… Read More…

Things to Do Before Turning On the Furnace

With the weather already getting cold, homeowners should start checking their furnaces before actually turning them on. Below are some tips that will help you prepare your furnace for the cold weather. Clean your furnace by vacuuming out the firebox. Make sure the thermostat is working properly to avoid any safety issues. Have your furnace… Read More…