Archive for May 18th, 2015

Read The Meter And (Don’t) Weep How To Save Money on Utilities

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Last month, the local electric company made up for its having to estimate costs all winter, and jacked everyone’s bill on Long Island up three times. Those of us living on a shoestring budget took a huge hit, and started thinking about ways to save money on utilities. Below are a few tips on reducing your utility usage long term.

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Whether you rent or own, the best thing you can do for your water bill is to invest in any needed plumbing repairs. This may seem counter-intuitive, since plumbing repairs are often costly and any leaks or clogged drains seem like mere nuisances. However, small plumbing issues can waste more water (and money) than you’d think. For example, a leaky faucet that drips at the rate of one drip per second can waste more than 3,000 gallons per year-that’s

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Three Hard-to-Ignore Reasons Why It’s Time to Upgrade Your HVAC System

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Millions of Americans rely on heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) to keep their homes climate-controlled during the winter and summer months. Without HVAC, we’d be incredibly uncomfortable in sub-zero and heat-wave conditions.

And despite how reliable our HVAC systems are, no heating and cooling system lasts forever — which is why it’s recommended that you replace your HVAC system every once in a while.

Is it time to finally give your home’s heating and cooling systems the upgrade they’ve been needing? Check out these three advantages of investing in a new furnace and home air conditioning installation:

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