Category Archives: Energy Saving

8 Energy-Saving Ideas to Cut Back on Office Expenses

8 Energy-Saving Ideas to Cut Back on Office Expenses

With Earth Day quickly approaching this April, let’s take a look at some easy ways all business owners and managers can establish more energy-efficient practices at the office. Here are our top 11 tips to cut back on expenses and energy consumption at work this spring.     Ask employees for feedback regarding where efficient Read more…

User Error: Don't Make These 5 Thermostat Mistakes

User Error: Don’t Make These 4 Thermostat Mistakes

Properly regulating your central heating and cooling system isn’t always as simple as just knowing which button sets the temperature. And unfortunately, simple thermostat mistakes can quickly add up to higher energy bills each month. If you think you may not be using your home’s thermostat to its highest energy-saving potential, Blair’s Air is here Read more…

What SEER Rating Do I NEED for My Home?

What SEER Rating Do I NEED for My Home?

When the time comes to replace your home’s HVAC system with a new system, you might be curious about which model best fits your home and lifestyle. HVAC units are categorized by their SEER rating, or their seasonal energy efficiency ratio. The higher the number, the more efficient the system. However, more energy efficient models Read more…

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5 Ways to Lower Your Energy Bill

In the summer, our electric bills skyrocket. And it’s no wonder! Our air conditioners make up around 60 percent of our energy bills. If you’re looking to cut down your bill, just follow these simple tips to help reduce your energy consumption. 1. Close Your Window Blinds Opening your blinds during the day is a Read more…

How to Boost Your AC’s Efficiency

How to Boost Your AC’s Efficiency

Your air conditioning system is one of the biggest investments you’ll make for your home, so it’s only logical to assume you’ll want to get the most out of it—right? Unfortunately, there are lots of factors that can contribute to AC inefficiency, which ultimately results in higher energy bills and less comfort. However, there are Read more…