Maximizing Energy Savings in Your Home: Choosing the Most Cost-Effective Improvements

Simple measures such as sealing air leaks and caulking around windows and doors can provide a faster payback and a better return on investment for limited budgets. Ultimately, the best strategy is to prioritize the measures that provide the most cost-effective energy savings and the quickest payback period.

Going away for the holidays? Consider a leak detector to protect your home from costly damage.

Easy and Effective Property Protection: just place near or under the equipment you wish to monitor. Suggested uses are near or under sump pumps, toilets, water heaters, laundry, dishwashers, sinks, fish tanks and any other location subject to leaking and flooding. Early-Warning Notifications: Receive real-time early-warning notifications (in the form Read more…

Water Supply Systems Freeze Resistance, Pex, Copper and Sharkbite.

Copper has been the mainstay of plumbing supply systems for decades. While the system is very popular it is particularly susceptible to freezing. Copper plumbing is rigid and does not stretch when ice forms. Water expands approximately 9% when it freezes. Plastic plumbing systems have some stretch to them and Read more…