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Dear Friends and Family,
Greetings and a very warm welcome to the exciting April edition of Around The House Newsletter!When you dig into this month’s issue of the newsletter, you’ll find an informative array of tips, new ideas, fun facts, and much more.

  • Never Too Early For Next Winter. Find Out Tips On Page 2.
  • Learn These Famous Tax Quotes! Flip To Page 5 For All The Details!
  • Proper Care Really Does Help Your Skin. Learn Tricks On Page 6.

Spring is here! Have you had your air conditioner looked at yet? If you haven’t had your spring 2010 Preventive maintenance done by now just give us a call and I will be happy to set an appointment for you. How do you know if you need this done? If you have not turned on your AC since last year then it’s about time for a spring Preventive Maintenance safety check. Having a regular Preventative Maintenance safety check on your air conditioner and furnace can save you tons of money by preventing major preventable repairs.

As always, I’m looking forward to hearing from you. If you have any friends or neighbors who need help with any home comfort needs or would just like their own copy of my Around the House Newsletter, please contact me.

Yours truly,

Bry’wn Rigsbee

Customer Service Representative & Publisher

Superior Service of Broken Arrow Inc.

http://www.357ac4u.com

PS If you would like your personal business card added to one of our monthly newsletters please fax it to me at (918) 770-8210. If you would be interested in sponsoring the newsletter on a recurring basis please contact me to discuss the terms.

PPS If you like my newsletter, or have any suggestions, please feel free to give me a call at (918)357-2248.We love hearing from all of our friends and clients!

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It is already time to turn on the furnace in your Oklahoma home. If you live in a part of the country that is cold during the winter, you spend a lot of money on heating costs. Some people are spending up to 50% of their monthly budget on heating.

Heating costs have gone up rapidly in the past two years. You may find that you are paying twice as much to heat your home. What can you do to save some of this money?

Start by walking through your home and identifying the areas where heated air is leaking out. Check around your doors, windows, fireplaces and any drafty areas. There are many ways to close off leaks. You can caulk, weather strip and use plastic to seal off drafts. Put door sweeps on all of your outside doors. If your home is poorly insulated, the additional money spent to insulate it will pay for itself in reduced heating costs. The more you prevent heated air from leaking out, the more you will save.

Most people never think of this, but you should minimize the usage of ventilation fans and kitchen hood fans during the winter. I’ve heard it said that one bathroom fan can pull all of the warm air out of an average sized house in a little over an hour. This could increase your heating costs by a surprising amount.

If you don’t use portions of your Oklahoma home, such as the guest room, why are you heating them? Close the heating vents in these areas and close the doors to rooms you don’t use.

Spend the money to have an annual maintenance performed for your furnace or heat pump. This will keep it in good operating condition and running efficiently. Poorly maintained units use more energy and fuel. Maintenance is often fairly inexpensive when compared to the savings in heating costs and the extended life of the unit.

Often, people get a little chill and crank up the thermostat in order to warm up the room faster. This doesn’t work. The heater won’t heat up any more quickly. Your furnace will only work harder than necessary. Don’t turn your heat completely off when you are sleeping or not at home. Turning it too low will cost you more to re-heat the air in your home. You should set the thermostat at 68 to 70 degrees while you are at home during the day, and drop it to 60 to 65 at night or when you aren’t at home. A programmable thermostat is great for this.

Take a look at your hot water heater. It should be set at 120 degrees at the most. This is one of the safest temperatures anyway. If it is in an unheated areas, like an unfinished basement, you should wrap it in an insulation blanket to prevent heat loss. When washing clothes, try to wash them in cold water whenever possible. They even make soap powder that works best in cold water now.

There are many ways to save on your heating costs. From grabbing a sweater to opening south facing curtains during the day, you will find many savings.

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Dear Friends and Family,

Greetings!  I’d like to welcome you to the all-new March edition of Around the House Newsletter!

This issue of the newsletter is bursting at the seams with fabulous tips for your home, fun games and much more!

Take a gander at some of the hot features in this month’s edition…

Do You Want To Sell Your Life Insurance? Learn How On Page 2

Healthy Lifestyle Cuts Risk Of Serious Diseases! Check it out on Page 4

Learn How To Bring Your Backyard Patio Back To Life On Page 6

Looks like spring is getting closer! Not long from now your air conditioners will be in full swing for the spring and summer season. Why not at the time your air conditioner is not in use have it serviced. Schedule your Preventative Maintenance Safety check. That way you will know full and well when it comes time to turn on the A/C your system is running properly.

As always, I’m looking forward to hearing from you. If you have any friends or neighbors who need help with any home comfort needs or would just like their own copy of my Around the House Newsletter, please contact me.

Yours truly,

Bry’wn Rigsbee

Customer Service Representative & Publisher

Superior Service of Broken Arrow Inc.

www.357ac4u.com

PS If you would like your personal business card added to one of our monthly newsletters please fax it to me at (918) 770-8210. If you would be interested in sponsoring the newsletter on a recurring basis please contact me to discuss the terms.

PPS If you like my newsletter, or have any suggestions, please feel free to give me a call at (918)357-2248.We love hearing from all of our friends and clients!

CLICK HERE TO BE DIRECTED TO THE NEWSLETTER

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Hey all you bloggers! Go ahead and click on this link for our monthly Newsletter.

http://issuu.com/heatingandairtulsa/docs/february_2010_newsletter

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