Babyproofing Steps for Your Home and HVAC

If you haven’t yet made sure that your Indiana home’s HVAC system is babyproofed, this is a good time to do so. Your newborn might not be old enough to crawl or walk around at this time, but you’ll need to start worrying about injuries and other accidents once that...

What to Know About Dryer Safety

The link between dryer safety and proper dryer ventilation becomes clear almost 3,000 times each year. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, that’s the average number of dryer fires that occur in this country every year. These fires cause about $35 million in...

HVAC Tips: Keep Mosquitoes Out

Effective mosquito repellant techniques can help make the summer less painful and even lower the threat of dangerous diseases. Mosquito bites are associated with transmission of West Nile virus, the Zika virus and viral encephalitis. Outside, keep tall grass and weeds...

Tips to Safeguard Your HVAC from Pests

Taking good care of your Indianapolis home and its HVAC system means that you have to stay vigilante against an array of invading pests. Taking a proactive approach to dealing with home pests can help you avoid costly or downright dangerous situations like: Damaged...

Limiting the Effect of Animal Damage on Your HVAC

When a wild animal decides your HVAC system looks like the perfect refuge from the snow and driving winds of the Indianapolis winter, expensive animal damage is often the result. With a few preventive measures, you can protect your system and local wildlife. Block...

Have You Started to Replace Detectors in Your Home? 

Nothing lasts forever, and your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are no exception. To be sure, these devices last a very long time, and with proper care and maintenance, you should get your money’s worth. But when the time comes, be prepared to replace...