All posts tagged "electricity"
Tricks, Treats, and Safety Make Halloween a Scream!
11 Electrical Safety Tips It’s the time of year to stock up on sweet treats and fill the yard and home with decorations as ghosts, goblins and caped crusaders plan their invasion of your neighborhood. As part...
- Posted October 23, 2016
Help Me Improve The Efficiency Of My Water Heater!
Q. Is there something I can do to improve the efficiency of my water heater? It seems like the higher my utility bill goes, the longer it takes for me to get hot water. A. There are...
- Posted October 1, 2015
Spa vs Hot Tub: What’s The Difference?
Q. We want to put in a spa or a hot tub. I thought that they were one in the same until we began to shop. What’s the difference? A. Hot tubs are wooden barrels and spas...
- Posted July 1, 2015
Flooded Hardwood Floor
Q. It flooded underneath my wood floor this winter. The water is gone now, but my hardwood floors smell like mildew. What do I do? A. Your sniffer has indicated the problem and now it’s time to...
- Posted June 19, 2015
Energy Saving Tips: One Simple Trick That Will Save you $15,000 A Year
There is a lot of buzz around home energy saving tips. We are going to tell you the most efficient method. After enduring one of the harshest winters on record just last year, America’s homeowners are now...
- Posted June 2, 2015
Save $500 in Five Rooms!
With the rising cost of energy, chances are good that you may need a few extra bucks to pay your monthly utility bills. However, there’s no need to succumb to searching for spare change in the sofa...
- Posted January 2, 2015
How saving energy Pays
Daylight savings time began in 1918 to help save fuel and energy during World War I. Ever since, we’ve been a nation of savers, especially recently, due to soaring energy costs and increasing consumption. We all know...
- Posted May 11, 2014
New “no-heat heating” uses an electro-magnetic coil to create a magnetic field that heats a metal pan bottom when it comes in contact with the cooking surface In the ’60s NASA developed a new technology for cooking...
- Posted January 3, 2014
Electric Prices – “Going Up!”
Enlightening advice! Singer Debbie Boone was born in 1956 in Hackensack, N.J. She’s best known for her shining hit “You light up my life.” If saving money makes a hit at your house, consider taking a tip...
- Posted December 31, 2013