Temperatures are dropping, coats are being pulled out the closets, and homeowners are turning on their furnaces all over the Kansas City Metro. That’s right – winter is quickly approaching. With winter comes the responsibility of taking care of your home’s heating system.
Nothing keeps your home running quite like the water within it. From your kitchen faucet to your shower head to your laundry room, you use water throughout your entire house on a regular basis. While most homeowners don’t think twice about the water quality they are pumping through their pipes, the purification of your water is important to maintaining a healthy, comfortable home.
The time has come. You’re finally ready to take the leap and replace your furnace and AC units. However, you’re on the fence as to whether or not you should replace just the furnace only, or commit to installing both the furnace and cooling system at the same time.
It is almost time to pack up the BBQ, sharpen the kids’ pencils for school, and get your last laps in at the pool. That’s right, summer is winding to a close and before we know it, autumn will be here.
Firework tents are long gone, kids are back-to-school shopping, and pumpkin covered decorations are starting to creep into the stores. That’s right – summer is coming to a close. As the season starts to change and attention starts to shift toward the colder months ahead, it is important to keep in mind how to make sure your home is as energy efficient as possible.