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Welcome to Triple H Contracting’s Beyond the Basics Blog! We love sharing these insights and tips that go beyond our basic services to explain the sometimes-confusing world of home performance.
There’s a lot of information available about energy efficiency. We take the time here to break it down, give you the details and help you make sense of energy efficiency programs, rebates and energy improvements. We want you to get the biggest bang for your buck!
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Spring is in full swing, and the world is finally coming back to life. Homeowners in and around Saint James are trying to get ready for the hot summer sun, and for many, this means taking a closer look at household energy efficiency.
Many Long Island residents associate spring with allergy season. Surprisingly, many people suffer from severe indoor allergy symptoms, which don’t have much to do with spring.
The winter here in Nassau and Suffolk county was harsh, with temperatures dipping well below freezing. If you were constantly heating your home, but never truly felt warm, it’s likely that the problem wasn’t only a winter issue.
Have you ever been the last in your family to shower in the morning, only to find that there’s no hot water left? It’s a common problem associated with tank-based water heaters, and it affects countless homeowners in Saint James and throughout the surrounding areas.
After a brutal winter and the first signs of warmer weather starting to appear, you’re probably starting to tidy up around the house. But did the snow and cold do a number on your home’s exterior?
With spring allergy season making its way closer to us, anything that can make your home feel better and relieve the potential for serious reactions and respiratory illnesses needs to be considered.
With winter slowly making an exit, you’re probably already dreaming of warmer days where you can turn off the heat and open a window. Although those days will come soon, the heat of summer will also shortly make an appearance, and before you know it, you’ll have to turn on the heat again.