Diagnosing HVAC Issues With Thermal Imaging

Another great use case for thermal imaging is to see what's going on inside your HVAC system. This is especially useful during the summertime when temperatures are at their hottest. The last thing you want during a heat wave is an air conditioner that is sputtering...

Finding The Source of Water Leaks

If you've ever been the unfortunate victim of a water leak, you know the frustration that can be caused by trying to figure out the source of the leak. While you may see moisture seeping from your walls or ceilings, chances are good that the source of the leak is not...

Keeping an Eye on Things

You'll undoubtedly agree that the world we live in seems to be getting crazier every year. Many people have decided to increase their personal security at home since the possibility exists that bad things can happen even in nice neighborhoods. One feature of many...

Proper Use of Pesticides

Pesticides have been in use by humans for thousands of years. The idea behind them is to kill anything considered to be a "pest", including rodents, insects, mold, or weeds. Over the years, a lot of different methods have been developed in the pesticide industry, and...

Should You Use Green Lumber?

Keeping costs low on new construction is always a good idea. Or is it? Cutting corners on the budget is most often associated with shabby materials or lower labor costs. However, there are other factors to consider when finding ways to lower construction costs that go...

Vapor Barriers And Your Home

The age-old concern of daily life when it comes to homeownership is keeping moisture out of your house. To that end, engineers have gone to great lengths to quantify and improve the methods of preventing moisture from penetrating walls and ceilings. One of these...

Powering Up, Part 2: Surge Protection

In our second post in a series about powering your electronic devices, we thought we'd discuss the importance of surge protection. Surge protectors keep your appliances from suffering damage due to a power surge or spike. Surges and spikes are very similar, the...

Powering Up, Part 1: Power Strips

In our next couple of blog posts, we'd like to cover the topic of powering your electronic devices. There are a lot of angles we could come from on this topic, but the two that we're thinking of for now are (1) using power strips, and (2) keeping your devices safe...

Keeping The Playground Safe

As springtime starts to wind up, and summer is just around the corner, people are spending more time outdoors. For parents and grandparents, this means keeping the little ones in their family occupied in a safe and worthwhile way. To do this, many homeowners have...

Are You Moving Into A Workplace?

Whether they're moving back into an office after working from home throughout this pandemic, moving into a new building because their startup has taken off very well, or they're expanding to a larger workspace, people are moving into (or back into) commercial...

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