Utility bills typically shoot up in the summer as homeowners crank up their central air conditioning. To help keep costs down, you might attempt to skimp on the A/C, but what exactly is the best setting for your central A/C? This is contingent on whether you are more interested in keeping cool or keeping your utility bill in check. We certainly don’t want to pick sides, but we can give you a few recommendations for discovering a happy medium.
Okay, there is no magic involved. Air conditioners work by applying the principles of refrigeration, and we at J&A South Park know refrigeration. Check out our most received A/C questions.
If you believe that being inside your home means you’re safe from allergens normally located outdoors, you might want to think again. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air can be as much as five times as polluted as outdoor air.
When you think about dirty places in your house, your mind inevitably jumps to the bathroom. But, amazingly, there are many places much more germ-ridden in your home. There are places that we don’t even think about cleaning, so as a result becomes a breeding ground for germs and bacteria.