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INMAN NEWSIt's always a tough situation when a major appliance, such as your furnace, decides it's had enough of working for a living and chooses to quit producing any more heat. You have the heating contractor out to examine the situation, and you end up with...
McClatchy-TribuneHomeowners can expect greater heating costs this winter, as the combination of a colder weather forecast intersects with higher energy prices. According to the most recent outlook from the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration,...
The Washington PostThis time of year, homeowners' thoughts often turn to ways of keeping their heating bills in check as the weather cools. If the brisk air isn't enough to motivate you, the federal government is kicking in a little incentive. Tax breaks for installing and...
Question: When I bought my home, it was the middle of the summer and very hot, so my home inspector did not test the forced-air furnace. This winter I found the heater to be inoperative, and the contractor I called said the system was unsafe. The repair...
Sales are under way at Dodson Square, ShoDeen Residential's new town home development in Geneva. The developer expects the five town homes to sell quickly because of their downtown location. Dodson Square is at the southeast corner of South and Second...
email@example.comAnE. colicontamination has some Aberdeen residents stocking up on bottled water, but Angie Schock said this scare has not had much of an impact on her family. “We just drink bottled water anyway,” said Schock, who lives in one of the E....
J.C. Penney Co.’s effort to shake up its look isn’t going entirely smoothly – the retailer is being sued for $40 million by lighting design and branding firm Hudson + Broad Inc. over its new Fair and Square icon. In a complaint filed...
Rebate opportunities are available for customers of Petoskey’s city electric utility who make certain climate-control equipment purchases or upgrades, or recycle extra refrigerators. Several incentives are available for heating/ventilation/air-...
By Los Angeles Times Staff WritersAbout 300 miles northeast of Los Angeles, vast Death Valley National Park is a place of extremes: hottest, driest, lowest. Amid its timeless quietude, visitors may hear the wind traveling across the desert floor or the echo of a raven's caw off a...
Thousands of homeowners and business owners who installed solar systems expecting to be reimbursed for the costs from the Florida Solar Rebate Program could be left footing the bill, if state lawmakers don't fund the program. The state typically puts...
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CNNTOKYO -- Japan announced Tuesday that all beef detected with radiation higher than government safety standards will be destroyed as the probe into beef contaminated from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant expands. This week governments in three...
More people are buying BPA-free plastics and reusable grocery bags but for new homebuyers does that environmental consciousness translate to Energy Star appliances and tankless water heaters? In Illinois the green building movement seems to be a...
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