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We have some excellent news to share today. Included in the stimulus signing at the end of the year was an upgrade to the GeoThermal energy tax credit through 2023. The 26% tax credit that was in effect in 2020 will continue through 2022. In 2023 it will decrease to 22%, and we hope they extend it further from there.
In hurricane-prone parts of the country like Florida, mold and mildew can damage the home beyond livability and can also lead to illness. Why is there mold in your house? There are a myriad of reasons that mold occurs. Mold is more than a nuisance — it is a potential health hazard. It’s crucial that you control mold and you can do that by controlling humidity levels in your home or office.
With the falling leaves of autumn comes the fall allergy season and an increase in allergens such as ragweed pollen and mold. For many Florida residents, this means seeking refuge indoors in hopes of alleviating the suffering of such symptoms as itchy and water eyes, sneezing and coughing. While staying indoors during peak pollen times might be a good idea in theory, it fails to take one important factor into consideration – the quality of your indoor air.
To save money and energy, many homeowners are switching to a programmable thermostat that allow them to control the amount of heat or cooling air they use during the summer, winter, day and night. By programming the thermostat, a homeowner can reduce their utility bills to a manageable size to fit their budget.