The 4 Types of Electric Vehicles and How To Charge Them

1.) Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) These were the first wave of environmentally friendly vehicles to really catch on in the market. They’re also the closest to traditional combustion engine vehicles. They use a regular combustion engine but also electric motors … Continued

What You Need to Know About Electric Cars

How Long Do Electric Car Batteries Last? Most estimates indicate that an electric car battery can have a lifespan of up to 20 years or 200,000 miles. Many potential electric car owners are concerned about the lifespan of their electric … Continued

Prepare Your HVAC For The Summer With These 5 Tips

Check the Filter & Clean or Replace It as Needed Perform this simple task to keep your air conditioner in good working order. As a result of constant use, AC filters quickly become dusty, dirty, and clogged. The restricted airflow … Continued

5 HVAC Tips for your air conditioning in the Spring

With winter finally coming to an end, the warm weather begins to approach. With warm weather comes vital preparation for your cooling systems. Listed below are a number of easy and effective steps you can take in preparation for the … Continued

7 HVAC tips to keep your home warm this winter

The cold winter months have finally arrived, and if you are like me, you’re already dreading the hikes in your utility bills that will come with them. Luckily, there are plenty of small steps you can take to reduce your … Continued

The Pros and Cons of Tankless Water Heaters

Tired of the shower going cold before you finish, or trying to ration the hot water among multiple family members every morning? Perhaps you should consider a tankless water heater. Rather than keeping a finite amount of heated water in … Continued

How Do I Re-light My Pilot Light?

In our homes, we have a furnace. In our furnace, there is a pilot light. This is what ignites the burners and starts the heating process. These systems were once standard in all gas furnaces, but some newer systems don’t … Continued