Landscaping Boosts Energy Savings: Don’t Let The Planting Season Pass You By

Homeowners living in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan are eager to find energy savings, just like everyone else. Winter months will be coming up shortly and heating fuel prices don’t seem to be dropping. Did you know that the landscaping you choose for your home can make a difference in how much you spend on energy?  

Homeowners From Northern Indiana To Southwest Michigan: Energy-Saving Tips You Need To Know About

Have you ever looked at your electric bill or fuel statement and wished you could make it go down instead of up? If you’re serious about getting in on some energy savings, there’s a great website you should visit. It’s totally anonymous; you don’t give your name, and no one will call. But it’s designed for your specific area. It’s …

Air-Source Heat Pumps Are A Good Heating And Cooling Option For Indiana and Michigan Residents

As a homeowner, you may assume that you need both a furnace and an air conditioner to maintain the comfort level in your home throughout the seasons. Heat pumps can do the work of both–so that you experience warm air in winter months and cool air in summer months–in one convenient system.  

Learn How Reading Your Meters Can Help You Get More Energy Savings

If you are looking to cut down on your gas and electricity bills, learning how to read your meters can help you increase your energy savings. When you are familiar with your gas or electric meter readings, you know how much gas or electricity your household is consuming at any time. It’s important to know how to do this because …

Proven Energy Savings With Duct Sealing

One of the places the average family can find savings is in their monthly energy bill. Sealing your HVAC ducts throughout your home  is a good place to start. Many things can happen to cause leaks in your ducts; from parts that just don’t come together quite well to damage caused by moving heavy boxes, especially in the attic and …

Smaller Space, More Efficiency: Tankless Water Heaters

Are tankless water heaters really all that great? To find out, let’s first look at how tankless units work. When the hot water tap is turned on, cold water is pumped into the heating unit, where an electric element or gas burner quickly heats the water. The fact is, homeowners here in northern Indiana and southwest Wisconsin can reduce their water heating bills substantially …

In The Market for a New Air Conditioner? Give High Efficiency Consideration

While nobody wants the expense of replacing their air conditioning system, there are times when it is necessary. Old units reach the end of their useful life and need to be replaced by newer equipment. The good thing is that this gives you the opportunity to upgrade your air conditioning system to one of the newer, more energy efficient ones.

Questions to Ask When Replacing Your Water Heater

When it comes to water heaters, the worst way to replace one is to wait until your current unit goes out completely. No one likes to make a decision about an expensive piece of equipment in an emergency situation. It’s much better to do the necessary research in advance so you can consider your needs as well as the ramifications …

Energy Savings Ideas for Your Furnace or Boiler

There are a number of steps a homeowner can take in order to maximize energy savings during these winter months. One basic maintenance procedure that should be done annually is a professional inspection, along with a preventative maintenance “tune-up.”