When you’re enjoying the warm days of summer, replacing your furnace is probably the last thing on your mind.

But waiting to replace your furnace until temperatures cool can mean you have less time to research your options and find an affordable and dependable option.

When you’re trying to go green in your home, the garage might be the last on your list of considerations. However, there are ways that you can improve energy efficiency and reduce your environmental impact.

Here are some ideas on how to go green in your garage.

If you have allergies, the onset of new seasons isn’t always a walk in the park. Pollen in the air can leave you sneezing and congested.

Your home should be your respite from airborne allergens. But if your central air filters and purifiers aren’t doing the job right, the air quality in your home will suffer — meaning you and your family will suffer, too.

When temperatures rise in the summer, so does your cooling bill. And sometimes, you might wonder what you’re paying for — especially if your A/C doesn’t seem to be as effective as it used to be.

From upgrading your electronics to taking shorter showers, finding ways to live green requires some tweaks to your routine. If you’re a homeowner, there are many powerful options to help your home go green which can actually save you some green on energy bills.

If you look around your home, chances are electrical products are everywhere. From laptops and televisions to lamps and appliances, electricity is an integral part of your life—whether you like it or not.

“I think we blew a breaker!” Chances are you’ve heard that a time or two in your lifetime. Of course, that means a trip to the electrical panel to flip the breaker back to the "On" position. Resetting a breaker is pretty simple, but there is a lot of safety protection woven into that process, and a reason why the breaker tripped. Today we’ll explore this a little further and shed some light on why the electrical panel is one of the most important safety features in your home.

Planning to add a cooling system to your home this season? Let’s get your investigating done now so you can get it installed before the first heat waves hit. To help you sort through cooling options, here's an overview of products that may enter the picture:

Summers just keep getting hotter along the Colorado Front Range. This blog will deftly skirt the global warming debate, but what’s hard to dispute is that each year gets hotter. To compensate, more and more people purchase air conditioners and evaporative coolers to stay comfortable during our relatively brief, yet at times intense summer heat.

In the Boulder and Denver area, there are many communities where a high water table, spring runoff, or heavy seasonal snow or rain creates significant concerns about basement flooding. Water seeping up from below the basement floor, through cracks in the foundation wall, or at the joint where the basement floor and foundation wall meet, can create an unhealthy indoor environment — not to mention ruin valuable flooring and belongings that may reside in the lowest level of your home. In some areas, this may even be a year-round issue.