Hot, Hot, Heat: 4 Ways To Keep Your Home Cooler This Summer

As the summer months approach, many people rely on their air conditioner for relief from the heat. While the air conditioner can help keep you cool, it might not provide the level of comfort you are after. If you are wanting to decrease the temperature in your home during the summer months, use these four tips in combination with your air conditioner for maximum cooling: 1. Block Out Sunlight It might not seem like it, but a lot of heat can come into your home through your windows. Read More 

3 Times When A Central Air Conditioner Is Better Than A Ductless Mini-Split

Are you looking to invest in a new air conditioning system for your home? There are two primary types of whole-house units: central air conditioners and ductless mini-split air conditioners. Each has its own pros and cons, but there are certain situations where a central air conditioner is the better choice. Strong, Pre-Existing Ducts Does your home already have air ducts from a prior central air conditioning unit? Are those ducts in good condition without any breakages? Read More 

What Your Air Conditioner Has to Do with Your Allergies

Many people suffer from allergies to smoke, dust, mites, pollen, and more. reports that the number of work days lost each year as a result of hay fever is 4 million and the number of people in the United States who have either allergy or asthma symptoms is 1 in 5. With numbers like these, the quality of your air matters.  The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America says that " Read More 

Split or Mini-Split: Choosing Your AC System

The traditional solution to providing efficient cooling for a home is to install a central air system, which can also be described as a split system in that your condenser unit will be located outside your home and your evaporator coils will be located next to your furnace. The benefit of such a system is that it will push cold air to every room in your house through a system of ducts. Read More 

4 Amazing Toilets You Can Actually Buy

Visitors to Hong Kong can catch a glimpse of the world's most expensive toilet. Built in 2001 and worth $29 million, this solid gold, gem-encrusted commode can be found at the showroom of Hang Fung Gold Technology. If the mere thought of such an incredible toilet leaves you feeling like your own bathroom is rather blah, or you simply crave high-tech gadgets and unique pieces for your home, check out these four toilet options, all of which will impress your guests without blowing your budget. Read More