Pretty soon, the snow will start falling and DC residents will be spending a lot more money heating their homes.
One of the most common, silent energy wasters is torn insulation on the refrigerant line. If the liquid starts evaporating in the line instead of the evaporator, then you're basically just cooling the great outdoors.
If you have central air,you how great it is not to worry about 90 degree weather outside because you're staying effortlessly cool inside. You'll also know how miserable you feel when this appliance stops working.
Keeping your home warm throughout the winter can be costly, especially if you live in an older house with a dated heating system, or in a part of the country, like the Mid-Atlantic, where every season is unpredictable.
Washington Gas is offering up to a $250 rebate, for as limited time and only to Virginia Customers on products […]
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With the winter season closing in fast many families have already started firing up their heating systems, which keeps your […]
John C. Flood has been serving the community surrounding the nation’s capital since Theodore Roosevelt was in the White House and […]
For those of you who live in the Washington, DC Metro area, including Virginia and Maryland, you are in luck. […]