Archives: September 2015

HVAC Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make as a First-Time Home Buyer

Buying your first home can be an intimidating experience, with trying to find the perfect house, meeting the mortgage requirements, scheduling inspections, and filling out mountains of paperwork. It is easy to overlook certain things as a first-time home buyer; and, often, important questions about a home’s HVAC system can go unanswered. To avoid unexpected surprises, be sure you know the basics about the current system, because it is one of the most expensive things to replace in your new home. Continue reading “HVAC Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make as a First-Time Home Buyer” »

Tips to Properly Ventilate Your Bathroom

Tips to Properly Ventilate Your BathroomBetween the shower, sink, and toilet, your bathroom is probably the biggest source of moisture in your home. Unfortunately, all of that moisture accumulation leads to the growth of mold and mildew, which are dangerous to breathe and can damage the structural integrity of your home. It’s important that your bathroom be well-ventilated to keep moisture at a minimum. Here are a few tips for bathroom ventilation. Continue reading “Tips to Properly Ventilate Your Bathroom” »

Consider Lowering Your Water Heater Temperature to Save Money

Consider Lowering Your Water Heater Temperature to Save MoneyYour water heater may not be on your mind very much until you’re standing in a cold shower. If you’re trying to save energy in your Southwest Oklahoma home, however, you may want to give your water heater a second thought. Keep reading to learn how turning back water heater temperature holds great potential for saving energy dollars. Continue reading “Consider Lowering Your Water Heater Temperature to Save Money” »