Check out our blog and seasonal newsletter for the latest from the Tom Rostron Company. Here, you will find information about our newest products and initiatives as well as some special deals for blog and newsletter readers. Every issue, we offer some helpful tips for managing and maintaining your home systems. It’s not all business, though. We share good news from our Monmouth and Ocean county communities and even throw in a favorite recipe from our staff to try at home.
Step outside, and you’ll see--it’s becoming more clear each day that Monmouth and Ocean counties are in full summer mode! Many homeowners in the area have turned on their air conditioners, and chances are they’ll stay running throughout the majority of the hot months that are ahead. What some will no doubt discover, however, is that their AC units aren’t working as well as they used to work. In many cases, it’s time for some much-needed maintenance for these units.
People living in Monmouth and Ocean counties are gearing up for the hot summer. While it’s tempting to just think about your AC this time of year, have you considered your insulation? It may not be something that most people think about during the summer, but insulation makes far more of a difference than you might realize during the hotter months.
Have you ever thought about the ductwork in your home? If you’re like most homeowners, chances are that the answer is “no.” The fact is, your home’s ductwork is essentially, and functions like your home’s lungs. If things are clean and tidy, everything should work as expected. Otherwise, you’ll probably run into a number of problems.
It doesn’t get a whole lot better than summer in Monmouth and Ocean counties. The sun is shining and summer is heating things up outside. But what about the air within your home? Many people go through their daily lives without knowing that they’re actually living in homes loaded with indoor air quality (“IAQ”) issues.
Spring is finally here! It’s a time to slow down a bit and take in the cool spring air, but you also have to remember that the heat of summer is nearly upon us. As beautiful as summer weather in New Jersey can be, it can also be uncomfortable if you don’t come prepared. Much of this comes down to making sure your AC is in good working order.
Hot weather is no doubt on its way, and without a working AC, getting through the day can be a seriously uncomfortable experience! One of the biggest issues that people face when they start using their AC once again for the summer is discovering leaks. If you find yourself in this situation, read on to learn why it may be happening.
It’s Spring, and our team is gearing up for one of the busiest times of the year. It’s maintenance season! Now is the perfect time to get your home prepped for the summer ahead. We all need a little reminder once in a while about having a maintenance appointment, and we’re here to make sure it gets checked off your spring cleaning list!
Heat pumps are becoming a popular choice for homeowners across Monmouth and Ocean counties. Known for their efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and straightforward installation, heat pumps are ideal for heating homes in cold climates. Did you know, though, that heat pumps are also extremely effective in the summer for home cooling?
Spring can be a beautiful time of the year, especially when you consider the rough winter that is finally behind us. Once the flowers start to bloom, many people start thinking about spring cleaning and maintenance. After hunkering down for the winter, there are surely plenty of things that have been put on the back burner and need to be addressed! With hot weather on the horizon, you may want to start with spring maintenance for your air conditioner.
Being healthy is something is worth focusing on. People put a lot of effort into getting the right amount of exercise and avoiding unhealthy foods, which can help you to work towards living a longer, better life. Quitting smoking, for example, is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Do we ever really consider, however, the quality of the air in our own homes? Poor indoor air quality can lead to some complications for you if left unattended for too long.