If you liked part one, keep reading to save even more money.
Second Nature's Tips for an Efficient Home Part One: How to Pay Off your Car by Changing your Light Bulbs
Do you want to save $600? Well of course you do! Here's one of the easiest ways to do it.
Second Nature clears the air about the difference between fiberglass and pleated air filters. We take a look at the good, the bad and the dirty!
A look at yesterday's, today's and tomorrow's ways of tackling air pollution with filtration.
Don't walk into your new home with rose-colored glasses. Here's a few things to keep in mind as you chase the American Dream of owning your own home.
HVAC units are vitally important in the function and comfort of the home. Your sanity, too.
Your HVAC system ensures your home provides you comfort, in spite of whatever natural weather patterns may be assaulting the outdoors.
Washable filters may seem like a more economic choice, but there are many downsides to using a washable air filter over a pleated air filter.
Changing your air filter saves 5-15% on your heating and cooling costs, but there are many other ways you can save money on your energy bill. Here are a few quick tips to save money on your energy bill.
There are many plants that actually improve indoor air quality by removing some pollutants from the air, operating as a natural air filter! While these plants cannot replace a regularly changed pleated air filter, they act as a supplemental cleaner to be
There's a bewildering range of different filter types out there and it's easy to get confused. We have done the homework for you and simplified the process so you can make the right choice.
Air filter sizes can be a bit confusing without the right information. You may see a nominal size and an actual size printed on your filter border. Here's how to know which is the size to reference.