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If you’re looking for an energy efficient air conditioner that can actually improve your indoor air quality, you’re in luck. From April 1 through June 15, 2015, Trane is offering a special promotion on certain systems. Rebates can go as high as $1,150.00 for XV20 system plus Clean Effects. Homeowners looking to upgrade their heating and cooling system can either get the rebates OR the 0% / 36-month interest financing.
Earth Day serves as a reminder that we could still do better when it comes to our carbon footprint. With historic droughts in California and receding coast lines in Florida, most environmentally conscious Americans recognize the need to make more energy-wise choices. While large-scale changes may be the domain of government agencies like the EPA, the impact of individual households shouldn’t be underestimated.
While warmer weather is a welcome respite from flu and cold season, spring allergies affect more than 30 million people in the United States each year. March is the kick-off season for the offense team: a league of mold spores and tree pollen, and the only way to beat them is to prepare a good defense. If you’re one of the millions who suffers from allergies, you’ll want Air Scrubber Plus on your side.
Early settlers of New Orleans designed homes that were state of the art in managing summer heat. Banks of windows and transoms over doors allowed breezes to circulate. High ceilings allowed hot air to rise, keeping the lower parts of rooms cooler. They used the natural order of things to keep homes at bearable temperatures.
Everyone who takes a slice of King Cake at their downtown New Orleans office knows they’re picking up the next cake if they find the pink, plastic baby.
You know the drill. Monday you wake up to a chilly 40° F morning and shiver over a cup of coffee as you think about the cold drive to work. By noon, it’s practically 70° F, and you can’t peel off the layers fast enough.
We get excited about new years because they provide us with a clean slate. On January 1st, we can abandon harmful habits and adopt practices that improve the quality of our lives, the lives of our loved ones, and sometimes even the world.
It’s a new year, which means many of us are making resolutions to improve our lives in the months ahead. Some resolutions are difficult to maintain: finding time to exercise and finding the willpower to turn down that slice of triple layer banana cream pie come to mind.
One of the joys of cold weather is bundling up with blankets, a book, and a cup of hot chocolate and shutting out the troubles of the world. Unfortunately, some of the troubles of the world are already in your home.