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Save Water is a Win-Win

According to the EPA, the average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water every day, and, on average, approximately 70% of that water is used indoors while 30% is devoted to outdoor water use. During colder months, we tend to spend more time indoors, which can lead to increased water usage around the home. Consider implementing the water-saving tips that follow. You’ll not only save water, which is good for the planet, but also see the added benefit the added benefit of lower monthly water bills. Now, that’s a win-win situation for us all.

In the bathroom:

  • Drop a little food coloring in the toilet tank and if the color shows up in the bowl without flushing, you have a leak.
  • Showers use less water than baths, but keep them short!
  • Replace a faulty toilet with a low-flush model.
  • Turn the tap off while brushing your teeth or shaving.

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  • Only run the dishwasher with a full load.
  • Scrape dirty dishes clean, instead of rinsing, before placing them in the dishwasher.
  • Plug the sink when washing dishes by hand.

In the laundry room:

  • Wash clothes only when you have a full load.
  • Check the washing machine’s hoses regularly for cracks.
  • Change out an old, water-guzzling washing machine with a new, efficient one.

Healthier PureAir™


Combatting indoor air pollution is a concern for new and old homes alike. New homes tend to have higher concentrations of chemicals, and old homes can be breeding grounds for mold and mildew. All homes, no matter how clean they appear, are contaminated with dirt and dust. In fact, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside the average home is up to five times more polluted than the air outside.

The PureAir system removes pollen, dust mites, bacteria, molds, odors and harmful chemicals from indoor air — and destroys them. The system uses a combination of ultraviolet light and innovative filtration technology to capture and eliminate pollutants, maximizing your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ).

Rest Easier With A Carbon Monoxide Detector

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Carbon Monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of death by accidental poisoning. Because it’s odorless and colorless, it can be difficult to detect. Early warning signs of CO poisoning can resemble symptoms of the flu or a cold. Higher levels of poisoning cause dizziness, nausea, severe headaches and mental confusion. CO is released into homes as a result of incomplete combustion of any fuel-burning appliance, including furnaces, gas stoves, clothes dryers, fireplaces, water heaters and space heaters. Improperly vented or poorly maintained appliances are often the culprits CO leaks.

A CO detector will first sound a warning when CO is beginning to build up indoors. If the detector is in full alarm mode, ventilate your home with fresh air and turn off all appliances that could release CO. Call 911 if anyone is exhibiting symptoms of poisoning.

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A Note Of Appreciation

This is typically the time of year when many of us stop to reflect on the past year — where does the time go? It may seem cliche, but we want to let you know just how thankful we are for your business and support.

Our team may live and breathe all things relating to HVAC, but we realize you don’t. That’s why we take care to consider your unique needs when repair- Terry and Maureen H all ing or replacing a heating or cooling system. Our goal is to provide you with the service and system that is right for you and your home.

We also realize it’s not always easy to choose which company to trust inside your home. We’re grateful you’ve put your trust in Total Comfort Solutions and do not take it for granted. Let us know if we can ever be of service.

Wishing the best to you and yours for a happy and healthy New Year.



Terry and Maureen Hall
Total Comfort Solutions, LLC