Do you need a standby generator in Florida?

Posted on: February 6th, 2018 by Allison Spence


Irma is a name most Floridians won’t be forgetting any time soon. Hurricane Irma blew through the state in September 2017, leaving over 12 million people without electricity. You could even notice from space that Florida was significantly darker on satellite imagery after Irma left its path of destruction. (more…)

Benefits of Good Water Quality

Posted on: January 5th, 2018 by Allison Spence

water from faucet

Did you know the human body is approximately 60% water? Your body uses water in cells, organs and tissues to regulate body temperature and maintain other bodily functions. It’s not only important to make sure you’re drinking enough water, but also know what is IN your water.

Water and health are linked

Since over half of your body is made of water, it’s clear how your health and quality of water you’re taking in are correlated. According to the CDC, the top causes of disease outbreaks related to drinking water are:


Trane “Wrote the Book” on A/C

Posted on: December 27th, 2017 by Allison Spence

Trane Manual

Typically, when someone says they “wrote the book on something” they’re identified as the authority of that topic, or they know enough to write the definitive book on it. And Trane did just that. Trane literally wrote the book for air conditioning– Trane Air Conditioning Manual.


Plumbing Upgrades to Save Water (and Money)

Posted on: December 8th, 2017 by Allison Spence

plumbing main

Looking for ways to save money around the house? What about wanting to conserve water? According to a Government Accountability Report, 40 out of 50 state water managers expect water shortages under average conditions in some portion of their states over the next decade. There are many upgrades to your plumbing appliances and fixtures that can help you save water and money.


How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: November 10th, 2017 by Allison Spence

air filter

Let’s talk about clean air. There are so many different air filtration products out there that it can be confusing as to which ones suit your home’s needs. We broke down the different filtration options currently available on the market to help figure out what’s best for your family’s home.

For starters, there are two main types of filtration: physical and biological. To achieve a truly complete air filtration system, your home needs a combination of both physical and biological filtration.



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