Ask someone if they weatherize their building and you often get varied responses…
“I know I should be weatherizing this time of year for better indoor air quality…but the season gets away from me.”
Or maybe you hear, “I haven’t done it for years and I don’t plan on it now…”
No matter your past history with weatherizing your building, you should know there are many reasons and benefits to weatherizing your building. Sure, it saves you major money and greatly reduces the energy you’re consuming, but it can also add long-term value to your building. Continue reading
Here’s the news you may have heard of: starting this next calendar year, Freon is going to be illegal to import or to manufacture in the US. Continue reading
Think you have a moisture problem in your facility or office? Continue reading
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, we thought we’d cover a few of the top ways you can actually LOVE your energy bill. Continue reading
Just how much can programming your thermostat save you? Continue reading
Hosting a party? Or maybe you are even having family or loved ones stay in your home this holiday. Either way, you want your home to be comfortable and cozy this holiday season. Here are tips to follow to be sure your home is ready for the holidays. Continue reading
How do you know the right heating and cooling company to turn to for service?
You want a team that’s experienced, fast to respond, dependable and there for you 24 hours a day. Let’s take a closer look at reasons to choose Greater Comfort for installs and upgrades, as well as repairs and maintenance: Continue reading
What factors are becoming increasingly popular in buildings and in office spaces? And what factors should you be aware of that might change or impact how you are using your office space? Continue reading
Time for April Showers? Apparently it really is this year!
It’s no secret that we’ve been seeing a lot of rainy days this spring. Preparation can help you better manage the rain. Continue reading
Have you ever wondered exactly how your utility company calculates your bill each month?
Put simply, they use an electric meter. Service lines from your utility company connect to your home or building’s service head, which then connects to your electric meter. This meter measures the amount of electric energy consumed per billing unit (1).
It might sound a little complicated, but we’re here to break it down for you. Continue reading