Temperamental Shower Temp? A Thermostatic Mixing Valve Will Solve Your Problems

Posted on: 19 July 2017
Does your shower water feel hot one minute and too chilly the next? Perhaps you get a blast of hot water whenever someone flushes the toilet or turns on the cold water elsewhere in the home. These fluctuations in shower temperature can make your entire shower experience less enjoyable -- not to mention leave you susceptible to burns. Thankfully, there is a solution: a thermostatic mixing valve. What's a thermostatic mixing valve?
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Two Reasons To Consider A Central Air System For Your Home

Posted on: 11 July 2017
One of the best additions that you can make to your home during the summer is a central cooling system, mostly because this type of system can provide a number of different benefits that can extend beyond simply keeping your home cool and comfortable. Listed below are two reasons to consider a central air system for your home.  It Can Improve Your Home's Air Quality A major reason to consider a central air system for your home is that it can improve your home's air quality.
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A Quick Guide To The Use Of Common Types Of Heating Oil For Your New Home

Posted on: 18 June 2017
If you have recently or will soon be moving into a new home that requires oil for heating, obtaining that oil might not be as easy as you expect. One reason for that difficulty is often the fact that there aredifferent types of heating oil to choose from. Therefore, before you find yourself in a cold home or one where you cannot cook a meal your first night there, it is a good idea to be aware of the information discussed below.
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Want A Garage That's Usable All Year Long? What Are Your Best Heating And Cooling Options?

Posted on: 7 June 2017
If you find yourself dreading any automotive repairs, woodworking projects, or other tasks that will require you to spend more than a few minutes in your home's garage during the extreme temperatures of the summer and winter months, you may be wondering about your climate control options for this often poorly-ventilated space. Adding a heater and/or air conditioner to your home's attached garage can make it a much more inviting space year-round, but choosing the right system for your garage can sometimes be a challenge.
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