(BPT) - The heat will certainly be on this winter. With winter storms hitting many parts of the country early in the winter season, furnaces are plugging away, causing heating bills across the country to increase. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the typical U.S. family spends at least $2,200 per year on energy bills - with nearly half of that going toward heating and cooling.
(BPT) - Winter will be here before you know it. The season has a way of sneaking up on you and before you realize you're not ready, the first chilling breezes have already arrived. Begin with winterizing your home now to ensure you're prepared for the season. Apply the following tips and your home will be winter ready in no time.
(BPT) - It's hard to believe that winter is almost here. It seems like yesterday we were just getting our yards and patios ready to host summer barbecues and pool parties, and now we're beginning to think about winterizing plants and trimming tree branches. Winter is the best time to trim and prune trees and shrubs because they're dormant. With winter around the corner, here are some tips to consider when deciding whether to trim or prune your trees. Before you start
Are you considering remodeling work or even an addition to your home? Just remember to carefully consider your future electrical needs before you start to build. Type of Remodel It's important to know the differences between various types of remodels -- what we'll categorize as minor renovation, upgrade, conversion, or addition. This will help you decide what changes will be necessary in your electrical system for your home addition or remodel.