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Most of us are accustomed to heating the entire room or house during winter, but if you live alone or have extremely adaptable housemates you can save a lot of money by keeping the room temperature low and keeping yourself warm through extra layers or low wattage heating appliances such as heated mattress pads, heated […]
If you’re like me, you like loud music…but your neighbors probably don’t. Steve Guttenberg over at The Audiophiliac shares a few tips for isolating sound on the cheap. A truly soundproof room can cost thousands of dollars, and while you won’t be able to keep all that noise out with the DIY method, you can certainly do […]
You are now running your furnace every day and making sure your filters are not dirty and restricting air flow is more important than ever. If that filter gets too dirty and the air is restricted you are causing stress on your system and a breakdown is imminent. Not probable- imminent. Go…go now! Check those […]
Don’t usually like to show something that could appear like scare tactics, but this is something that can actually happen if you do not maintain proper maintenance on your water heater.
Dear Avista Customer, Do you have an old, energy-hogging refrigerator or freezer plugged in at your home, garage or shed? If so, you could be spending up to $100 a year on electricity just to keep it running. Right now, with Avista Utilities’ Refrigerator Recycling Program, you can earn $30 to recycle that old […]
Wanted to share this photo of a furnace change out that was completed recently. Pretty ain’t it?!
We’re about two weeks out from Thanksgiving in the United States, which means that if you want to avoid the rush and hassle of trying to shop, cook, and get everything prepared on the few days before Thanksgiving, it’s time to think about it now. Here are a few things that you can do now […]
Getting stuck in a snow storm is never fun and getting your car stuck in ditch or anywhere else where it can’t move usually means you have to dig it out with a shovel. Unless, that is, your Reddit user mbarts12, who just throws down his floor mats for makeshift traction. Read more here: Use […]