Want to see how much you could save with a high-efficiency system or which tax credits you are eligible for? Lennox has resources available that can help.
Looking for an easy home improvement project that can help save you money? Change out the faucet in your kitchen or bathroom to one that is water efficient. This will help save water, energy and money.
Heating duct noise and vibration can be an irritating addition to your home heating and air conditioning system. If you are experiencing too much noise or rattling from your heating ducts or ventilation system, here are 5 tips that can help you reduce the noise.
Pentair’s specialty pumps are engineered and manufactured to meet the specific requirements of pressure-side cleaners, spas, and water features.
Watch engineers at the Lennox testing facility share how they make the quietest system on the market. The Ultimate Comfort System™ operates with such low noise levels, you may not even be able to tell it’s on.
Geothermal energy has been seeing strong growth in recent years, but much of this growth is going uncelebrated.
Legislation aims to make solar energy more accessible in California.
Energy efficient windows are becoming the main way that people are saving energy in their homes. Find out more about energy efficient windows.
Do you stuff your fridge to the brim? We can all be guilty of this, but if items are blocking the vents at the top where the cold air is released, it can lead to poor circulation. Keep the fridge 3/4 full to make sure your food stays fresh.
For an alternative to no-wax furniture polish, mix 3/4 cup olive oil, 1/4 cup white vinegar and 1 tsp fresh lemon juice. Squirt on cloth and wipe thoroughly for a polished look that’s all natural.
We know the sound level of a unit is important to you, and when it comes to air conditioners and heat pumps, the Lennox XC/XP21 are as quiet as it gets!
Get your home ready for fall with these budget-friendly seasonal tips.
Area rugs can get pretty beat up, but here’s a tip to keep them in good shape. Rotate them 180° to help the colors fade evenly and balance out the wear and tear from foot traffic.