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What do you think about when you turn the oven on? You probably think about the delicious food you're about to eat. What about when you flip on a light switch? You might think about how nicely your room is illuminated. But both of these actions have a greater underlying theme: they use energy. In fact, you use energy every day. And while doing so makes your life easier, the energy you consume also has an impact on the planet. The more you use, the more coal is burned, and the more greenhouse gasses are release. If you're ready to be a more responsible consumer of energy, check out the articles on this blog, which we've collected to provide insight into energy, the environment, and the relationship between the two.


Six Things You Shouldn’t Assume About The Indoor Air Quality In Your Home

21 March 2022
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

The indoor air quality in your home has a big impact on your everyday comfort. That's why you need to be well informed about indoor air quality and avoid any incorrect assumptions about indoor air quality issues. The following are six things you shouldn't assume about the indoor air quality in your home. The indoor air quality in your home is good enough. It's difficult to know for sure how good your indoor air quality is until you have it tested. Read More …