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In a world where just about everything seems to be harmful to your health, it can be easy to tune out every warning given by governmental agencies and doctors. Trust us, we understand. But there is one place that you probably feel the most safe in regards to your health, which is your home.

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According to recent information from the Consumer Price Index, energy prices are the most volatile of any category across the country. This chart displays just how incredibly volatile they are, compared to other commodities:


As you may know, home energy efficiency improvements are one of the best ways to protect yourself from the volatility of energy prices. Simple upgrades such as insulating your attic, sealing your ducts, and air sealing areas such as the crawlspace and attic can have a tremendous impact on your home's energy consumption (and your utility bills).

Energy Prices

You might have heard your neighbor, coworker, family member, or the heating and air conditioning technician say that using a programmable thermostat is the way to go. But why is this?


The main reason is because it is an effective way to save on home energy costs. In fact, according to Energy Star, ‘The proper use of a programmable thermostat can save you up to $180 a year’ because they allow heating and cooling appliances to be automatically turned down by up to 4 degrees when no one is home or even at night when you are sleeping.

man setting programmable thermostat

Who doesn't love some good air conditioning? Video of a tiny puppy enjoying the air conditioning in his home. Click below to enjoy!

Curious to see if your ductwork is maintained/sealed properly? Your household can lose up to 20 percent or more of cooled and heated air through improperly sealed ductwork. Many homeowners, and even a lot of heating and air conditioning companies, underestimate the importance of properly sealed ductwork. Duct Blaster Testing is one way to measure your duct efficiency. Check out this video on duct leakage testing.