Category: info-articles

Your Home’s Humidity Level Could Be Seriously Interrupting Sleep

If you have ever tossed and turned in bed on a hot summer night, you know how much the weather can impact your sleep.  Not only are the high temperatures uncomfortable, but cooler temperatures actually help to activate the sleep …

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Why You Should Start Drinking Hot Water Now

We all know that we are supposed to drink water.  And, if you have ever been really, really thirsty, you can definitely attest to how great water is.  That said, there are actually some benefits that you can get from …

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What to Expect this Fall 2020

The only things certain in life are death and taxes.  If 2020 has taught us anything, it has taught us that that idiom is very true.  This past January, when we were busy making New Year’s Resolutions, who could have …

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Does My HVAC System Spread COVID-19?

COVID-19 has made this a very different spring and summer.  Now, as the school year approaches administrators, parents, and teachers alike are all wondering what the best course of action is.  For many of us, it seems that as time …

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Should I Install a UV Light to Prevent the Coronavirus?

In these uncertain times of Covid-19, we are all just trying our best to stay healthy and keep those around us safe.  We all know that washing our hands, not touching our faces, staying 6 feet apart from others and …

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Ready for Some Good News? Summer 2020 Forecast

Snow in April kind of feels like the icing on the cake these days, doesn’t it?  Many of us have spent weeks at home as we work to protect ourselves and the lives of others.  Though it is a necessary …

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8 Rainy Day Ideas During Quarantine

April showers bring May flowers.  April showers can also bring muddy dogs, bored kids, and a feeling of cabin fever.  When faced with a rainy day after months of winter we can’t help but groan. A year ago we compiled …

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The Ideal Temperature for Productivity While Working From Home

We have discussed the ever present debate over office temperatures on this blog before.  However, as most of Michigan finds themselves working from home these days after the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order was announced by Governor Whitmer last …

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How to Prepare Your Thermostat for Daylight Savings Time

It’s that time of year again when we ‘spring forward’ and set our clocks ahead one hour.  This year (2020), daylight savings time occurs on Sunday, March 8 at 2:00 a.m., which means we want to make sure all of …

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How to Make Warm Drinks to Keep You Toasty this Winter

When there is snow on the ground and the temperatures are hovering around freezing, it can be hard to think of anything except trying to get and stay warm.  Dressing warmly, exercising, turning up the thermostat, and piling on the …

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