Millions of people are susceptible to airborne allergens found in the average home. The good news is that controlling allergies isn’t impossible, and we have some great tips to help you breathe easier:
If you’re concerned about home safety – and you should be – take solace in knowing that an ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure. Write out a safety checklist and use it while inspecting your home for assorted hazards that can result in serious injury.
Finding an air cleaner that truly improves your indoor air quality is worth the time it takes to choose the right one. That’s especially true where pollen, pet dander, common household dust, dirt and even pollution is a concern. By learning a little about how different types of air cleaners work, you’ll be better able to find the design that’s right for you.
Up to 15 percent of a household’s energy budget goes to heating water for bathing, laundry and washing dishes, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Much of that energy is wasted by keeping a tank of hot water ready even when there’s no demand for the water. Choosing tankless water heaters can help to reduce that waste.
If you find that your geothermal system is not operating properly, there’s no need to panic. Though most geothermal system issues should be handled by a professional, you can try a few things before calling a professional to diagnose the problem.