Keeping You and Your Home Healthier

We tend to see air pollution as an outdoor problem. But because many buildings in Gurnee, IL, are so tightly sealed, indoor air can be many times more polluted than what’s outside. This is bad news for anyone with allergies or a respiratory disorder....

From Winter to Summer, What Your HVAC Needs

The transition from winter to summer can be a roller coaster ride for your Illinois HVAC system. Weather conditions can change rapidly, and record conditions can cause an unexpected need to operate either heating or cooling equipment on a given day, especially during...

How a Cor Programmable Thermostat Saves You Money

Saving energy means a greener environment, and products like smart thermostats let you keep more green in your pocket too. Not every programmable thermostat offers the same level of energy efficiency, however. Cutting heating and cooling costs by an average of 20...

Heating and Cooling Your Garage or Basement Addition

Converting your basement or garage into living space lets you add valuable square footage to your home without investing in an expensive room addition. When you live in Lake County, part of the process is making sure that the room will stay cool during the summer...

Keep Your Indoor Air Healthy During Winter

During the cold and wet of the winter months, it can be difficult to maintain healthy indoor air. When the weather is cold or inclement, most people prefer to leave their windows and doors closed as much as possible to prevent unnecessary heat loss. However, if you...

Repair or Replace Your Furnace, How To Know When.

Although El Nino has bestowed an unusually warm winter upon residents in Gurnee, Illinois, homeowners should still keep an eye on and maintain their furnaces as if the temperatures outside were cold enough to freeze their doors shut. While furnace maintenance helps...

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