You’re probably still reeling from those utility bills that came with the harsh winter weather. It would be nice to keep your cooling costs down this summer so you can catch your breath, but summers
Cleveland may not be the hottest city in the nation, but when the thermostat reaches into the 90s here in August, it sure feels like it. And while running the
Lowering your cooling costs can keep a significant amount of money in your pocket during the summer. The Department of Energy estimates that half your energy budget goes toward cooling and heating your home. When
As R-22 Freon is being phased out, you may find yourself paying more and waiting longer if your system needs a refill of coolant. By 2020, all production or imports of virgin R-22 will be stopped.