събота, 18 юли 2015 г.

Infograph from the Department of Energy: Everything you need to know about cooling

As summer already heated us a lot and temperatures went too high, many of us are cranking up the air conditioners to keep us cool. It should not be a surprise that air conditioners use about 5 percent of all the electricity produced in the U.S., costing us more than $11 billion a year in energy costs.

 I would like to advise you how to take proper action and beat the heat or even save from energy, instead of blasting the air conditioner (and blowing your electricity bills through the roof).Let's start with replacing a dirty, clogged air filter with a clean one, so you can lower the air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5-15 percent, while using a ceiling fan will allow you to raise the thermostat setting about 4 degrees without impacting your comfort.

Whether you want to upgrade to a more energy-efficient model or you’re want to save on cooling services costs with your current air conditioner or , our new Energy Saver 101 info-graphic has you covered. From how air conditioners work to the different types of systems on the market to proper maintenance, the info-graphic covers everything you need to know about cooling your property. Plus, throughout the info-graphic you’ll find energy-saving tricks and advice on common air conditioner problems.

With just a few small changes, you can relax in comfort this summer while saving some cold, hard cash.

For more ways to save money by saving energy, visit our website for HVAC service in Mount Prospect IL.
Home Air Cooling infographic

понеделник, 11 май 2015 г.

How To Choose The Right 24 Hour Air Conditioning Repair Contractor

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петък, 27 март 2015 г.

Spring Cleaning Allergens Out of Your Home

April showers may bring May flowers, but they also bring allergies, leaving an estimated 40 million Americans sneezing and wheezing all season.

So, what better time is there for the ultimate spring cleaning -- to free your home of the pollen, dust and dirt that can make spring a season of sniffles - and kick out the microscopic creatures like dust mites that make you sneeze and wheeze?

On "The Early Show Saturday Edition," home and lifestyle expert - furniture cleaners Johannesburg - Laura Dellutri - also known as "The Healthy Housekeeper - offered tips on how to minimize allergens in your house.

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неделя, 22 март 2015 г.

Eva Mendes Chats Cosmetics With Redbook April 2015


It’s always interesting to hear how our favorite stars gear up for the day, and Eva Mendes shared some of her primping tips in her April 2015 feature for Redbook magazine.

The “Other Guys” gal explained, “To draw attention to my eyes, I never line the outer corners, I keep them open. Another trick is, if you have a longer face like I do, when applying blush, blend it horizontally across your face [from cheek to cheek] so there’s a little on your nose, too.”

Ms. Mendes also takes great care of her skin- “I’m on the coconut oil bandwagon, so I use it more on my hair. It’s my moisturizer for my hands, body, even my face – though for day, I prefer Estee Lauder Hydrationist Moisture Crème. It’s thick and wears well under makeup.”

And even though she’s a new mom, Eva doesn’t skimp on her makeup regimen- “I pride myself on a fast routine. I start with tinted moisturizer, then I dab on a bright pink cheek stain, which makes my skin come alive. And I always need concealer, because no matter what, I have dark circles. I made peace with that a long time ago.”

Original source : http://www.celebrity-gossip.net/eva-mendes/eva-mendes-chats-cosmetics-redbook-april-2015-1234069

неделя, 15 февруари 2015 г.

Top furnace Secrets For Saving Money And Time


HVAC systems may be hard to understand to begin with, but if you have proper information, it won’t be that difficult. If you’re interested in learning all about it, you’ve landed on the right page. If you’re trying to start working on things like this, the below article can help.

Your system should be checked twice a year. The best times to have the system checked is spring and fall, so you are sure everything is running at peak performance before the heating and cooling seasons. Even if nothing seems wrong, checking it out can help you find and fix potential issues.


Wimbledon Short Film Festival welcomes submissions for 2015

Jennifer Sheridan’s life has been on a never-ending upswing since she was named Wimbledon Short Film Festival’s Best London Filmmaker last October alongside her husband Matthew Markham, writes Gregor Vasconcelos.
In the month following the win, she married her co-director and boyfriend of eight years and had her first paid film job doing an online advert. She is now about to start working on a second one for a popular multinational search engine.
Based on true story, the film tells the story of experiments the CIA ran with cats in their attempt to spy on Russians. It was made with the grant she won from Rocket.
She is in the process of submitting it to festivals and is talking to a development company about making a feature-length film.
She said: "Wimbledon was such a wonderful festival. It opened so many doors for Mark and I and gave us a lot of confidence," she says. "Anyone that’s thinking about entering should definitely go for it."
• The closing date for submission for this year’s Wimbledon Short Film Festival is June 30; films should be a maximum of 15 minutes; for more information, visit: http://www.wimbledonshorts.com/