By: Danielle Hegedus According to the Department of Energy, heating and cooling your home accounts for 48% of your energy usage, making it one of your largest home expenses annually. On top of that, HVAC systems, whether you’re repairing or replacing them, can be very costly. Considering both of these factors, regularly maintaining your HVAC … Read moreHVAC Hacks: Energy Efficient Improvements You Can DIY
As temperatures begin to rise, air conditioners are working overtime to cool down your house. Save yourself money by creating a cool environment without excessively using your air conditioning unit. Opening your windows at night is a great way to let in the night air, listen to the sounds of nature, and cool down your … Read moreHow to Keep Your Home Cool During the Summer
Spring is a time of new beginnings and growth, and with the changing of the seasons, your home needs to be updated and renovated to welcome what this time brings. Since the weather is so nice and warm after the cold winter months, why not get outside or open the windows to maintain and improve … Read moreHome Maintenance Tips for Spring
Financial emergencies happen. Cars break down. Medical expenses arise. People lose jobs. Basically, life happens. However, these events are inescapable, and it is not a question of if they will happen but when they will. To prepare for these situations, one must ensure that they have enough in an emergency fund to survive. The main … Read moreSavings: How to Prepare Your Emergency Fund
Another New Year’s Resolution For many Americans, losing weight and improving one’s health seems to be a prominent New Year’s Resolution. However, one’s financial health is quite important too. Much like improving one’s blood pressure or cholesterol, you should work to improve your credit score too. Although much like a diet, you won’t see improvements … Read moreImprove Your Credit Score
When it comes to winter, there are steps you can take inside the home to protect your family. Some are very basic, such as making sure all vents are free from objects. Give them plenty of space around any heaters, radiators and the like. A three-foot barrier is recommended. Another good tip to remember is … Read moreNine Tips for Indoor Safety in Winter Weather
Every winter, millions of Americans’ jaws hit the floor the first time they open their heating bill. Keeping your home warm can be rather expensive! However, you might be surprised to learn that a considerable portion of your heating costs is actually wasted energy. Let’s take a quick look at some ways you can avoid … Read moreHow to Avoid Unwanted Heating Costs
It’s a sad fact: often, new HVAC systems are purchased only after it’s stopped working and cannot be repaired. A regularly checked and conditioned unit will often give signs that it’s on its last legs. It could be: high cooling and heating costs, lack of warmer or cooler air, making various “I’m getting old” noises. … Read moreWhen Is The Best Time to Buy A Residential Replacement Heating/Cooling System?
What sets us apart from typical loans are a couple of things. First, a typical loan application is a longer process, limited in its loan terms, with stringent credit underwriting. Secondly, we only provide lease options for HVAC systems. In fact, we’re experts. We provide more suitable options, including lower monthly payments and longer terms. … Read moreWhy Microf?
Did you know just to heat and cool your house takes up about 50% of all energy costs? We wanted to give you some simple tips you can follow to reduce energy costs. You can save money and energy while lowering your carbon footprint. Let’s get started! 1. Change your air filter regularly. Check your … Read moreHVAC Energy Saving Tips