By this time in the year, we’re all thinking about cold weather, runny noses and sore throats. Sure, we know the common ways we help our bodies stay healthy during the winter months when cold and flu season is in full force. But what about other lesser-known ways you can help your immune system and stay healthy through the winter?
It’s time for another employee feature and this month we interviewed Bill Handlon. You might know Bill as our service technician, but he is also a father of 4 (not including his 2 dogs) and one of the biggest Notre Dame fans you’ll meet. We sat down with Bill and asked him some questions about his time at Chapman, his time outside of Chapman and since he is the expert, we asked a few questions about air qu
Air conditioners work hard to keep your home cool and comfortable as the temperature outside warms up. This hard work can really take a toll on your unit and results in wear and tear on the unit. Most issues can be identified with a yearly spring clean and check, but what happens when the unit is a little too far gone? How do you know when it’s more cost efficient to buy new than it would be to repair? Here are some tips to help you decide whether to replace or repair.
This winter has been mild so far, but we still have a long way to go before we’re through the cold season. As the temperature drops lower, people crank the heater to stay toasty warm on cold, dark nights.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that limits air supply in the body when it enters the blood stream. If exposed to carbon monoxide; dizziness, headache, nausea and breathlessness are signs that the gas has entered the blood stream and those exposed are in danger.