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How to Reduce Allergens In Your Home

reducing indoor allergens with indoor air quality products

Spring brings rain, warmer weather, and increased Kleenex usage.

While we’re all fans of consistently warmer weather a lot of us struggle with allergies that flare up during this time of year. Thankfully there are a variety of medicines to alleviate some of the pains and annoyances that come from allergies.

But what else can we do to help keep allergens away, specifically in our homes? Luckily there are a lot of things we can do many of which only require a little bit of time. Read more

a checklist of things you can and shouldn't do on your own for spring cleaning

To Do or Not To Do? A DIY Guide to Spring Cleaning

Whether it was an official holiday in your home or just something you heard about on cleaning commercials, Spring Cleaning is that time of year in March and April when homeowners dig in and do a deep cleaning throughout their home.

Cleaning the windows, checking smoke detectors, and getting the lawn furniture out may be a few of the items on your list, but what about your heating and air conditioning system?

You depend on it to keep you and your loved ones comfortable year round.

As you’re compiling your spring cleaning list  you might be asking yourself, “which of these can I really do well on my own and which of these should really be left to a professional?”

The following are handful of things you should feel confident doing on your own (if you choose) as you complete your Spring cleaning (DIY). There are also some maintenance and cleaning tasks that should be left to a professional to help save you time, headache, and money in the future (DDIY). Read more

When It’s Bitter Cold Do These 3 Things For Your Furnace


Winter in the Midwest, specifically the bitter cold, is almost always a question when not if.

We know it’s coming at some point from November-March each winter, and often we take extra precautions to prepare ourselves for it.

Ever been to the grocery store hours before a snowstorm or extreme cold temperatures are about to hit?

Pure chaos.

We don’t mess around when it comes to our safety, comfort, and the scary reality of having to step outside our homes in nasty weather.

But what about your furnace? When the bitter cold rolls in you’re certainly expecting it to keep your home warm. But is there anything extra you should be doing to make sure it keeps doing it’s job?

Let’s explore 3 things you can do to make sure your furnace runs safely and reliably when winter is at it’s worse. Read more

Save Hundreds on Your Energy Bill By Doing This One Thing

In the colder months there’s money to be saved on your energy bill by lowering the temperature of your home while you sleep. Keeping your home 5-10 degrees colder for 8 hours a day (while you’re sleeping) can result in big savings for you.22

Set a daily reminder on your phone to do this before you go to bed or install a setback thermostat (programmable).

To give you an example, we keep our office set at 70 degrees from 6:00 AM–5:00 PM and lower it to 55 degrees from 5:00 PM–6:00 AM while no one is in the office.

Want to maximize your savings? Get a wifi enabled, motion detecting ecobee thermostat

Call us at (262) 728-1655 or email us to schedule an appointment.

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Say What? Understanding How Your Equipment Works | Part I

If you’ve ever had a conversation with an HVAC technician at some point you’ve probably heard a phrase that sounds foreign or an acronym that you don’t understand. Overwhelmed is the last thing you should feel about your heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality system.

But do not fear, we’re here to help. The following are some of the most common phrases, terms, acronyms, and words our technicians most frequently get questions on when they’re talking with homeowners. Read more