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Monthly Archive: January 2021

Why A Small Investment In Green Energy Will Pay Off Big

Now we understand why taking care of nature is so important. One way to take better care of the environment and save you money as well, is by using green energy in your home. You will be introduced to some of the ways that you can make green energy work in your home today.

Think about getting solar powered lamps for outdoor lighting. They don’t use any energy other than solar energy and they are cost effective. This doesn’t merely save energy. You also don’t need to hang lights or wires outdoors.

Maintain your furnace to save energy. Replace filters annually and clean them once a month. Also, put filters on vents that dispense warm air. This will prevent a reduction in efficiency, which occurs when the heating ducts get clogged with debris.

Try solar water heaters instead of traditional ones. If you live in an area where freezing temperatures …

The House I Could Have Had

The HVAC repair in Brooklyn that I had couldn’t have come at a better time. On a cold winter day, my heater stopped working, and I couldn’t take it. I was working from home at the time, and I was so cold that my teeth were chattering, which has never happened to me. I tried to warm myself up by putting on more clothes, wearing blankets, and even using some hand warmers, but none of those really got me to the warmth that I would experience if I had a working heater.

This made me think of the time that I was home shopping, and passed up on a house that had a working fireplace. The home was similar to the home that I have now, but it just had a fireplace in the living room. It looked great and really made the living room stand out, but I figured …

How to Protect Yourself against COVID-19

Coronavirus is a large family of pathogens. Each strain of coronavirus is not equally dangerous, four strains (types) of coronavirus cause mild illnesses like the common cold. Covid testing is the only way to know if you have it for sure.The three others can cause fatal infections. One of them is SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. SARS-CoV-2 stands for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.

Since the body has not been exposed to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), our bodies aren’t well equipped to deal with COVID-19. A vaccine would allow the body to safely develop an immune response to COVID-19 that could prevent or control infection. As some of the vaccines are at later stages of Phase-3 Clinical Trials, they would still take an estimate of 8-16 months to develop for worldwide use, so until then follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) to avoid the transmission of disease.

Know how it spreads?