The rising summer temperatures often coincide with an increase in water usage as children spend more time at home and at the pool, laundry loads increase, and toilets are used more often. Your family’s water usage can increase by 25% - 50% during the summer months.
With the 4th of July just around the corner, many homeowners are prepping for barbecues, watching sports, viewing firework displays, and having people over for the festivities. But how do you let your guests stay cool in the summer heat, without breaking the bank on energy bills?
Achoo! Allergy season is upon us, making it difficult to enjoy the warm summertime weather. Runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing are all too familiar if you have allergies.
Homeowners in Westchester know that with hot summer temperatures comes high humidity. Too much of it can be uncomfortable and can cause mold growth. In fact, humidity levels above 55% can cause mold and bacteria to grow if left in a room for 24-48 hours.
Central air and window units aren't the only ways to cool down a hot house. See our list of alternative solutions to beat the summer heat.