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Your HVAC and water systems affects air quality, comfort, and costs. Our architects recommend Rheem® to build homes that perform efficiently and reduce maintenance expenses year after year.

Ensuring Healthy Air Quality in Your New Home

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Indoor air quality is a concern for homeowners everywhere. Whether you’re primarily concerned with particulates like dust and pollen, or environmental pollutants like those that off-gas from furniture, there are a variety of solutions available to tackle the challenge. Here are some ways you can invest in healthier air for your home!

5 Simple Ways to Cool Your Home

While it's tempting to automatically turn on your air conditioner when the weather gets a little warmer, it's not the most efficient way to battle the early days of summer. Before you commit to months of increased electrical bills consider some of these simple, economical ways to keep the temperature in your home down, while still being comfortable.

Prepare Your Home for Summer

You may have been ready for summer since January, but what about your home? Here are some great ways to efficiently prepare your home for the warm weather. You should take advantage of every opportunity to open your windows and let in the fresh air. A great way to improve the air quality in your home is to add air-cleaning plants like snake plants, spider plants, English ivy and small-leafed rubber plants. Plants also add to the aesthetics in your home.

Hot Water Heating Systems

Tankless Water Heater

When it comes to deciding how to heat your hot water, you first need to determine how much hot water your home will utilize on a daily basis - showers, dishwashers, washing machines. Then you'll need to decide how to fire up your hot water - solar, gas or electric. With basically three popular choices available, choosing your hot water heating system should be no sweat.

Home Energy Saving Tips for the Winter Months

It is no secret that energy prices have skyrocketed over the last few years and that it's a big part of every homeowner's budget, especially those that live in colder climates. Now that we're at the start of winter, there are some fairly easy and inexpensive things you can do to save additional money and conserve energy.