Let's face it: we live in a dry climate. A home humidity level that is too low negatively affects you; a dry home means dry skin, dry throats, and dry noses. This is why it is important to improve the indoor air quality and increase your home comfort by maintaining the proper humidity level.
Your air conditioning unit has served you well this summer, so now it’s time to show it some TLC and ease it into a peaceful hibernation. Here are some tips to prepare, preserve and protect this valuable asset during the winter months: Find the air conditioning power circuit near your unit. Open and flip the