BR Supply now stocks several window air conditioners ranging from 5,000 BTU to 12,000 BTU that can cool from 150 sq. ft. up to 550 sq. ft.
GE AHY10LZ is a 10,000 BTU Smart Electronic AC unit that cools up to 450 sq. ft. This smart AC unit can be controlled via a wireless remote control or by an app.
GE AHY12LZ is a 12,000 BTU Smart Electronic AC unit that cools up to 550 sq. ft. This smart AC unit can be controlled via a wireless remote control or by an app.
GEA AWHR50LB is a 50-pint ENERGY STAR Smart Portable Dehumidifier. This dehumidifier can remove up to 50 pints of moisture a day. It has an adjustable humidistat and wifi built-in, so it can be controlled by an app.
Microscopic mold and other microbial contamination will colonize in the moisture on HVAC interior surfaces, reducing energy efficiency and can be a major source of household allergens. Germicidal UV light systems get rid of HVAC microbial contamination.
Odors and airborne germs accumulate in today's tighter homes. These organics, including allergens, become suspended in the air in increasingly greater concentrations. PCO air purifiers specifically address this indoor air quality (IAQ) problem.
Beyond the simplicity of a one-piece UV light, at 3-1/2" x 4-1/8" x 1-5/8", it will fit just about anywhere. UVC-Advantage’s size allows mounting outside or inside the air conditioner using the inner or outer mounting tabs. Or, you can use the magnet mount. Or, if needed use the included mounting plate for secure installation on duct board.
Ultravation® advanced photocatalytic oxidation (PCO) products work at the molecular level to break up common household odors as well as other organics including airborne viruses, bacteria and allergens. PCO purifiers are able to remove air contamination far smaller than can be filtered, so they are perfect to round out a complete indoor air quality system.
The UVPhotoMAX Signature Series takes Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) air purification to a new level of convenience and effectiveness.
Ultravation's Signature Series advanced oxidation air purification system is a compact but very powerful whole-house air purifier that operates conveniently on 24-240 VAC Smart-Power. Most importantly, the Signature Series is a second-generation design that achieves a state-of-the-art level of airborne germ-killing and odor reduction capability.
The Solaris whole house air purifier eradicates germs, allergens, odors and VOC/chemical pollution using multiple technologies.
SOLARIS' multiple technologies work together!
Benefits of a Home Standby Generator Include:
Generac Guardian Series Standby Generators
Mobile Link™ Remote Monitoring FREE with every Guardian Series Home standby generator Allows you to monitor the status of your generator from anywhere in the world using a smartphone, tablet, or PC. Easily access information, such as the current operating status and maintenance alerts. Connect your account to your authorized service dealer for fast, friendly and proactive service. With Mobile Link, you are taken care of before the next power outage.
Up to whole house protection with the 200-amp, NEMA 3R (aluminum outdoor enclosure) smart switch.
5 Year Limited Warranty for automatic standby generators.
Generac generators and engines are engineered and assembled in the USA.
Generac's G-Force Engine is a purpose-built, pressure-lubricated engine capable of handling the rigors of generator use, resulting in power that’s more reliable and requires less routine maintenance than any competitive engine.
Quiet-Test™ Self-Test Mode runs at a lower RPM for a five or twelve minute test, making generators significantly quieter than other brands while consuming less fuel.
24/7/365 Customer Support Team standing by all day, every day from our headquarters in Wisconsin to answer any questions you might have.
Our RhinoCoat™ powder-coated finish helps make corrosion-resistant aluminum perfect for all weather conditions.
Generac’s Evolution™ Controller features a multilingual LCD display that allows users to monitor battery status and track maintenance intervals to ensure your generator is always in top operating condition.
One of the easiest things you can do to save water is to check for leaks and fix the simple ones.
Toilets: Many times, toilets begin leaking when the toilet flapper or valve seal becomes old or worn out. To check to see if this is the cause, put some food coloring in the toilet tank and wait 10-15 minutes to see whether color shows up in the toilet bowl. If it does, you can order a replacement flapper or valve seal at one of our 12 BR Supply stores to fix the leak.
Faucets: Old and worn washers and gaskets are frequently the cause of faucet leaks. This is a simple fix but before you get started, turn the water off under the sink. Faucet washers are inexpensive. If you’re not sure what to do, contact your nearest BR Supply store.
Showerheads: Make sure there is a tight connection between the showerhead and the pipe stem, which is often where leaks occur. To make a tighter connection, you can wrap Teflon tape around the showerhead pipe and then screw it into the pipe stem. You may also need to replace the washer.
Outdoor faucets: Check your garden hose for leaks at the connection to the spigot. If it leaks, try replacing the washer to ensure a tight connection to the spigot.
Save Water Around the House
If you're normally out of the house most of the day, you're likely using more water just in your daily routine now. Try making the following small adjustments to conserve water.
Showers: While you could probably use a long, relaxing bath every night during these stressful times, showers use much less water. Limit them to 6-8 minutes if possible, and turn off the shower when lathering up or shampooing.
Faucets: At the sink, turn the faucet off when you’re brushing your teeth or shaving instead of leaving it running.
Toilets: Don't use your toilet as a garbage can for tissues or dental floss, etc. You waste water flushing them down (plus things like wipes can clog your pipes).
Dishes: Skip prerinsing dishes. You can use up to 7 gallons of water a minute when you run your kitchen faucet on full blast. But a dishwasher uses just 5 gallons or less for a full cycle. Most dishwashers come equipped with a soil sensor that adjusts the cycle according to how dirty the dishes are. So you don’t have to worry that your dishes won't be clean if you don’t prerinse.
Start your dishwasher only when you have a full load of dishes. And be sure to place dishes and utensils according to the instructions in your owner’s manual so everything comes out clean in one wash. If you have a small household and don’t have enough dishes to run a full load after one or two meals, use the rinse and hold cycle, which uses only one to two gallons of water, to prevent food from getting caked on. Then run a full cycle when you're ready.
For pots and pans with stuck on food, soak them instead of scrubbing them under running water.
Washing machines: While you may have to do more smaller loads of laundry if family members are coming and going from the house or if someone is sick, try to run full loads whenever possible. If your washing machine does not have a sensor that adjusts the wash based on load size, remember to pick the appropriate water level setting—small, medium, large—for each load of laundry.
Only use the amount of laundry detergent needed for the size of your load and be sure to use HE detergents for HE machines. Regular detergents are too sudsy, and using too much can cause HE washers to use more water by extending the rinse cycle.
What Temperature Should a Water Heater Be Set?
Your water heater accounts for approximately 18% of your home’s energy bill. If your water heater is set too high, your energy bill will be unnecessarily high each month. On the reverse side, if your water heater is set too low your water may not get hot enough causing short showers, or worse, being at risk of growing bacteria. If you have a water heater with a tank, you are paying to keep the water in the tank hot around the clock. Even at 3 a.m., when everyone in the house is fast asleep, your water heater is warming the water for your use. You can save a little energy and money by decreasing the water heater’s burden.
Don’t set your water heater to anything below 120 degrees, as diseases, particularly Legionnaires' Disease, can develop in the stagnant water inside the water heater, which is quite dangerous.
1) It’s hot enough to keep diseases at bay
2) It’s not too hot to cause scalding burns
3) It will supply enough hot water for most small families and is relatively energy-efficient.
Factors That Affect Hot Water Temperature Setting
These factors are not affected by the kind of plumbing you have (PEX, PVC or copper), how the water is heated (gas or electric) or even if you a tankless water heater.
Still undecided? Set it at 120 degrees and increase the temperature in small increments until you find the perfect shower temperature.