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The United States uses 384.74 million gallons of gas every single day. Approximately 264 million of those gallons are consumed by the vehicles we drive. Over 115 million of those gallons are imported from other countries. And 100% of those gallons release greenhouse gases into the air we breath when they are burned.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that our dependence on gas is a growing issue. Our heavy usage of gas is bad news for the planet Earth that we love so much. It makes us dependent on the foreign countries who supply it and creates a risk for instability in our country. If only there were some kind of gas products that didn’t deplete natural resources, that is produced domestically, that we could afford. Oh wait there is. We have propane fuel.
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There is more to central air conditioning installation than most people think. If equipment is not installed properly, homeowners can see a decrease of up to 30% in their home’s heating and cooling efficiency. In order to avoid spending more money than you’d like on HVAC repairs, keep an eye out for the following signs that your heating and air unit needs to be checked or replaced.
Rotten Egg Smell
If at any point you smell rotten eggs and you do not have them in your house, there is a natural gas leak in your home. This is a dangerous sign and must be addressed immediately as gas leaks are a very common cause for explosions.
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If the carpet in your home looks like it’s seen better days, it might be time to say goodbye. Carpets not only hold dirt and stains, they can cost you more money than they’re worth. So if you’re thinking about making the switch from carpet to hardwood flooring, but not quite sure yet, here are a few reasons to help you decide.
Hardwood floors last longer
Carpeting has a lifespan of about seven years, but if you have kids and pets, that lifespan can be cut short. Hardwood floors, however, can last upwards of 50 years, and create a timeless look in any space. Would you rather replace your carpet seven times or install amazing hardwood floors once?
Upkeep is easier
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics has said that in the United States there are currently more than 88,000 carpenters and cabinetmakers. That is a good thing because a lot of American homeowners are planning some kind of home remodel or renovation in the nears future. Over the past few years, nearly half said they were seriously considering going ahead with one. Bathrooms and kitchens remain the most popular rooms to remodel. More than $28,000 was spend on kitchens and about $10,400 on bathrooms, according to Houzz. Custom tool manufacturing experts say that many people are opting for custom kitchen cabinets.
- They give a homeowner nearly countess opportunities to express themselves. The first thing most of us notice in any kitchen are the cabinets. They are the biggest part of the room and (more…)
Do It Yourself Repair
It’s important for business owners to avoid excess spending. Fortunately, you can take care of this problem by monitoring commercial energy usage. Research shows that commercial building HVAC systems make up for 40 to 60% of total energy consumption. Considering that, it’s understandable to want to research ways to reduce energy consumption costs. With that [...]
The highest percentage of most monthly expenses are spent on utilities, with the greatest of those being heating and cooling. Many energy saving products can be used to update your home to help reduce those bills. Many eco-friendly energy conservation options exist, with much to gain from installing them to your home for all power [...]
Construction certainly plays an important role here in the United States, there is certainly no doubt about it. From the homes that we live in the buildings that we work in to the bridges that we cross, the use of the construction industry has proved absolutely instrumental for the modern development of the world as [...]