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From the latest in home comfort equipment, money saving tips or even do-it-yourself instructions, read our blog to stay up-to-date on how to be a budget-conscious and efficient homeowner.

Getting the Most from your Tax Refund

The best part of tax season? That return! People do a lot of things with their tax returns, save it, pay off credit cards, splurge on something they’ve always wanted, or invest it. We think investing your tax return is a great idea. You should use your tax return in a way that makes you money.

Phoenix’s top allergies and how to fight them

Brace yourself: Arizona is one of the worst state for allergies. You may already know this as your body battles through sickness every spring. The most common cause for dry, itchy eyes, running noses, and congestion may seem to be dust, but there are many plant-based allergens that pop up once the weather begins to heat up. Phoenix’s most common allergens are: mulberry, ash, mesquite, ragweed, Bermuda grass, mold, and animal dander.

Finding and Fixing Air Leaks

We do a lot of things to make our homes energy efficient. We buy high-efficiency appliances, change out lightbulbs, and work to conserve water. While all those efforts are great for the environment and our pocket books, we might be missing the easiest and most common energy-sucks, air leaks.

What’s really in my air?

The Phoenix area is blessed with mild winters and low humidity. That doesn’t mean, however, that we are without our own issues with our HVAC units and the air that we breath. While surrounded by the open desert air, inside the city and county limits, pollution is high. Phoenix is ranked one of the top 10 worst cities for Ozone pollution and 21st in short-term particle pollution. Pollution in the Phoenix area comes mainly from the burning of fossil fuels, exhaust from vehicles, smoke from fireplaces, ragweed, and other plant pollen.