If you invested your hard-earned dollars in a top quality heating, ventilation, and air conditioning unit, you expect peak performance. Your HVAC unit may work wonders for your home’s heating and air conditioning comfort and help you save on your utility bills, but there are even more ways to boost its performance. Contractors and home energy experts suggest purchasing these seven products for your home to see even more dramatic improvements in your HVAC’s performance.
The news that a baby is on the way must be one of the happiest news you’ll ever have. It’s also one which will send you scrambling, maybe even give you a little panic attack as you realize that you have to prepare for the coming of the little one. All your nesting instincts kick in and you go around the house noting the things you’d have to do to ready it for a baby. Read on to know what the most important things are you should take care of when you’re getting the house ready for your baby:
It’s never easy and takes guts to reform something that has remained basically the same for years. Enter Exhale Fan, a new spin on the design and functioning of a ceiling fan. Designed by Nik Hiner, in collaboration with Richard Halsall, looks and works differently from a regular ceiling fan. Nikola Tesla, the 19th century inventor, inspired Hiner to create the bladeless ceiling fan. Unlike normal fans that direct the air straight down, the Exhale fan makes the air move around the room in a 360-degrees horizontal flow.