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Winter deals from Parker & Sons

It is no mystery that winter is upon us in Arizona, from the snow covered mountain tops to the chilly wind and rain fall old man winter is all around us. While it’s nice to enjoy the cooler weather by slipping into those UGGS and bundling up in your winter jacket one of the most …

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Biggest Home Energy Wasters

Energy Wasters in Your Home by Jeanine Skowronski Thursday, December 9, 2010 Energy doesn’t come cheap. According to Maria Vargas, spokesperson for EnergyStar, a division of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), energy bills can differ depending on the size and location on your home, but the average household spends $2,200 a year. The good news …

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All About Reverse Osmosis

What is it: Reverse Osmosis (RO) was developed in the late 1950’s, as a method of desalinating sea water. Today, reverse osmosis has earned its name as the most convenient and thorough method to filter water. It is used for recycling, wastewater treatment, producing energy, and most importantly providing crystal clear drinking water in your …

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5 Myths About AIr Conditioning

Myth: Cranking your air conditioner up high (by setting your unit’s thermostat significantly below the temperature you want to achieve) will cool your house faster. Fact: Your air conditioner will deliver cool air at the same rate no matter how low you go on the thermostat setting. If you turn the thermostat to 50 degrees …

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SRP Offers Energy Efficiency Rebates

In a tough economic climate where businesses need to cut costs, Salt River Project now offers nearly $8 million in energy-efficiency rebates for businesses – with a maximum $300,000 cap per customer. The SRP PowerWise™ Business Solutions program offers customers cash incentives for nearly all energy-efficiency measures, including technical support, high-efficiency lighting, cooling, motors and …

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Do you Have Dry Skin and Allergies? Poor Indoor Air Quality May be to Blame

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a term that reflects the concentration of pollutants inside your home. Because of the nature of home HVAC systems and the types of everyday objects residents use, indoor air quality can suffer without the right counteractive measures. Pet dander, chemical cleaners, mold, and other pollutants can build up inside your …

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