Seasonal air conditioning allows you the best way to save money by manually setting your thermostat to a level eighty degrees in order to remove the humidity from your house, and preventing mold from growing. Continue reading →
In this project, the main clubhouse at the Madison Green Association 10-ton central air conditioning system was down and not cooling, causing a lot of problems for the residents and employees of the development. The Property Manager contacted Robert Yoder owner of Romark A/C & Plumbing LLC to come out and evaluate the situation. Continue reading →
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With energy bills being so high lately, looking for ways to conserve energy and in turn, lower your energy bill. Easy things to consider when lowering your energy bill are obvious ways such as:
Consider taking short showers instead of long ones.
Reduce your time in the shower
Don’t let the water run… (You can save on your water bill, too).
For most laundry loads, use cold water.
Other ways to save include switching your ceiling fan to turn in a counter-clockwise direction in the summer and clockwise during the winter months but on a low speed. Change your air filter at least once a month which will also help your air conditioner run at its peak. Switch your thermostat to auto in order to save money and energy. Block the sun from entering your home! Insulate your walls and your attic to further conserve on energy and money in the long-term. Use ceiling fans but turn them off when you leave Continue reading →