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Two Quick Tips for Clean Indoor Air

Indoor air quality is one of the Top 5 Environmental Risks to public health, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. It’s great to have your home sealed tight to save energy and be insulated from the weather, however this can sometimes … Continued

A Garden Grows in Nashua

An unlikely sight rests alongside a parking lot behind St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua; corn, lettuce greens, beans, flowers, and much more bloom from a fenced-in, 6,000-square foot garden. For twenty families in need, the Grow Nashua program has supplied … Continued

The R-22 Phase Out & You

Are you surprised to hear that your home air conditioning system may soon be obsolete? If your air conditioner was manufactured before 2010, chances are it uses an ozone-depleting refrigerant commonly referred to as R-22. That’s bad news for the … Continued

A Brief History of AC

  Did you know that the first air conditioning system was invented in ancient Egypt? Moistened reeds hung over windows cooled the air blowing in through the process of evaporation. It also added some humidity to the air, which was … Continued