FB Integrated Solutions Inc. Blog : Archive for February, 2017

Prep for Summer with an Attic Fan Installation

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

attic-fan-summer-prepYou don’t need an expert to tell you that as chilly as our winters get in this area, our hot summers are nothing to scoff at. In fact, when our summer temps reach 80 degrees Fahrenheit, our attics can actually get as hot as 150 degrees!

True, you probably don’t spend a whole lot of time in your attic—but this heat is impacting you nonetheless. It’s affecting the performance of your air conditioner, the condition of your roof and attic structure, and comfort—all more than you may realize. Fortunately, there is a solution: a Needham, MA attic fan installation.

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There’s No Better Time to Install a Home Security System!

Monday, February 13th, 2017

invest-in-a-home-security-systemIt’s that time of year again—the holidays are well behind us but the chilly temperatures are not. It’s time to escape to a warmer client to relax and have fun in the sun. Before you do, however, are you forgetting anything? No, we aren’t talking about stopping your mail or grabbing your sunscreen. Rather, we are talking about protecting your home.

We’re sure you lock up. Maybe you even tell your neighbors you’ll be gone for a week or two so they don’t worry about you. But a door lock is not always enough to protect your home. What you need to truly keep your home safe while you’re away on vacation is a comprehensive home security system in the Boston area.

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Why You Should Only Hire a Professional for Your Commercial Electric Needs

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

There are many projects you can take on yourself, or hire a general handyman to do, in your home. However, your commercial space or business is a whole different story. When you need work done there, you run the risk of creating a business interruption, which could be detrimental to your bottom line. Therefore, it’s essential that you only trust a professional for your commercial electrical work—no matter what the job is.

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