We’re fully into the 21st century, so isn’t it time your home started working hard for you? Homes are getting smarter, and we aren’t measuring intelligence by IQ tests. Instead, it’s by adding technology to help protect your home while keeping it energy efficient.
January brings many ambitous hopes for a “New Year, New You,” but how about a new year, renewed comfort? There are numerous factors that tell you it’s time to replace your heating and air conditioning system, and the experts at Rainaldi Home Services are here to help you make it a painless decision.
Water is the most important beverage you’ll consume all-day and if your tap water doesn’t taste good it can affect not just drinking but also cooking, eating, and even brushing your teeth. Learn the causes of unpleasant tasting water as well as options to eliminate the bad taste they leave behind
As the cooler temperatures are settling in is your home ready for the holidays? We’ve provided a list of Holiday HVAC Hacks to ensure your home stays warm and toasty, so you can have a worry-free holiday season.
May is National Family Month, and it’s the perfect time to show your family how much you appreciate them. What better way to do this than to ensure their comfort and the safety of your home’s water through a water softener or conditioning system.
The quality of a home’s indoor air is often overlooked and neglected. The fact is most of us worry more about air pollution outside our homes rather than the problems that exist inside.
We celebrate Earth Day on April 22, but saving energy (and money) is something we can and should do every day.
Water testing is a great way to ensure the health and safety of you and your family. Water is an important, even essential part of our everyday lives.
Many Florida homes built between the late 70s through the mid-90s contain polybutylene pipes. Polybutylene is a type of plastic resin that was used frequently in the manufacture of water supply piping during this time period.
If you want to know what it’s like to live in a humid climate, just ask any Floridian! We spend our summers in this very humid weather, and it often works its way into our fall and spring too. In order to combat the humidity, we tend to run our air conditioners constantly.