November 21, 2014

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Your New Air Conditioner: Weigh These Features, In Addition To The SEER Rating

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, there are several features you should consider beyond the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating. Here’s a look at six additional features you should keep in mind when shopping around: A High EER Rating: The EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating is similar to the SEER rating Read More…

A Day in the Life of an MA Extern

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Written by: Matt Krafty, Marketing Assistant for OBC At EMH MedWorks in North Ridgeville, an Ohio Business College Medical Assisting student, Sandy Sadowski, is currently completing the final stage of her education by participating in an externship.  An externship allows students to get their feet wet and start implementing some of their knowledge in a Read More…

The Smart Choice When It Comes To Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats are great tools for saving energy while providing you and your loved ones customized comfort. And the new generation of smart programmable thermostats takes convenience and control to an entirely new level. Smart programmable thermostats Whether you’re new to programmable thermostats, or you’re upgrading to a new high-tech model, you’re going to love Read More…

Hoops and Volleys Summer Camps

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Hoops & Volleys, The Premiere Sports Club has a 5-Day volleyball skills camp for grades K-12 coming up JUNE 18-22 from 9:00- 12:00pm! Only a week and a half before camp begins, so hurry & get registered today! Call 440-452-0183 or go to www.hoopsandvolleys.com.

Train to Become a Legal Assistant at Ohio Business College!

Feel like you’re stuck in a rut at your current job?  Now is the time to take control of your life by earning an associate degree in the Legal Assistant program at Ohio Business College in Sheffield Village.  In just two short years you can learn everything that you will need to know to embark Read More…

Need A Basic Guide To Insulation?

One of the most cost-effective ways to improve energy efficiency in hour home (and savings on energy costs) is with insulation. Whether you’re adding to your existing insulation, or installing new insulation, it’s important to make sure it’s the right type for the job. There are many types and grades of insulation for different areas in your Read More…

Solar Savings — Is Your Home Eligible?

If you would like to find a way to reduce your electrical bill, you should consider the solar savings you can potentially get with a solar energy system installed on your roof. Once your system is installed, you can get free and clean energy from the sun. However, you may first want to make sure Read More…

Is Dust Causing Your A/C To Struggle? Time For A Service Call

If dust in your air conditioner made it more difficult and expensive to cool your home last summer, call an HVAC contractor to clean it for you. Although you can remove some of the dust yourself, you’ll need a technician who has the tools and training to access the parts that you can’t. Dust is Read More…

Looking For Tips On Improving Indoor Air Quality For Allergy Suffers?

Pollen, dander, dust and mold are unpleasant airborne particles that will leave allergy sufferers feeling tired, itchy and irritated. Fortunately, improving indoor air quality will help alleviate the allergy symptoms and increase your overall health. Improving indoor air quality is not a difficult task if you have the right information and tools. Dehumidifier A high Read More…

Springtime Maintenance Gets Your A/C Ready For The Summer Heat

Summer is on the way, and now’s the time to make sure your air conditioner is up to the task of getting through the warm weather ahead. Annual springtime maintenance makes your A/C more efficient and prevents major problems from developing in the future. Springtime Maintenance Spring is the time to have your air conditioner Read More…