Fall in Love With Your Home

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We have never spent more time at home than in the last two years. Maybe it's given you a whole new appreciation for your space, or perhaps it's made you realize how much you want to change it. If you're in the latter camp, we have some tips that will help you fall in love with your home all over again.

Freshen Up Your Space

Don't underestimate the power of fresh air. It can make a world of difference for your mood and indoor air quality. While taking a stroll around the neighborhood isn't possible at all hours of the day, you can get your fresh air in with these tips:

  • Open the windows! Opening windows on opposite sides of the house will allow for a cross breeze to form, which will invite fresh air to flow throughout your house. This is great for circulating fresh air and keeping your home at a comfortable temperature.

  • Bring the great outdoors inside the home and add a few indoor house plants. Certain types of plants have been proven to increase oxygen levels in your home while eliminating toxins.

  • Change your air filters. It's easy to forget about your air filters, but it's important to replace them at least every 90 days so they can effectively prevent allergens and debris from circulating throughout your home.

  • If your indoor air quality needs some extra attention, then consider installing a REME HALO! The REME HALO is a whole-home air purification system that is easily installed in your air ducts. This location makes it perfect for trapping and removing bacteria, viruses, allergens, and pet dander from your air supply before it circulates through your home.

Upgrade Your Plumbing Fixtures

A simple way to make your space feel brand new is with upgraded plumbing fixtures. Not only will new fixtures make your space look better, but they will also limit your home's water waste with the new WaterSense technology.

Replace the Ancient HVAC System

When was your HVAC system installed? It might be time for a new system if it's been around the block a few times and repair costs are stacking up. While it might seem like a big investment, it could be well worth it. Newer HVAC systems are more efficient, saving you money in the long run on operational costs.

Shrink Your Energy Bills With an A/C System Check

If you’re like most people, your A/C uses more energy than any other system in your home (aside from your heater). Routine maintenance helps your A/C operate as efficiently as possible. That way you can actually enjoy using your air conditioner on hot days without worrying about racking up cooling costs. Plus, you can drastically reduce your risk of an unexpected system breakdown!

If you're ready to fall in love with your home once again, give us a call. We would be happy to help with all of your plumbing, heating, and cooling improvements. Visit our website to learn more about our services, and give us a call at when you're ready to schedule an appointment!

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