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HVAC Spring Cleaning Tips

It has been a long winter and spring is right around the corner. When people think of spring cleaning, they usually think of house and yard chores. Don't forget to spring clean your HVAC system. It is pretty easy and takes little time to do. The time spent is well...

Home Heating — A Peek into the Past

Every once and awhile, we become curious enough to question what we take for granted. For example, most of us don't give heating our homes much thought unless something goes awry. However, if we take a little trip into the past, we just might be a little more grateful...

A Few Tips on Helping Your Furnace Keep You Warm

Winter is not over. Temperatures that are below zero can really put a strain on your furnace. Here are a few tips on helping your furnace keep you warm. Don't Touch That Thermostat We all tend to lower our thermostats a few degrees before we go to bed at night and...

Three Indicators That Your Air Ducts May Need Cleaning

Spring cleaning is just around the corner. We tend to use this time to clean out areas that aren't necessarily seen but need a good "going over" once a year.  Your air ducts should be one of those places. Dirty air ducts can be responsible for allergies and other...

Setting Your Thermostat

 It is always a challenge to keep your home at a comfortable temperature during chilly winter days. Setting your thermostat during winter is actually quite simple if you follow these few easy steps. Money-saving Comfort The Department of Energy recommends keeping your...

Gas Furnace FAQs

 A gas heating system is noted for its overall efficiency in heating your home. Here are a few gas furnace FAQs if you have a gas heating system or are contemplating installing one. How often should I have my gas furnace serviced? The general consensus is a gas...

Quick Facts on Gas vs Electric Heating

Yep. Winter is coming and so are those heating bills. Do you have gas heating or electric? Let's go over some quick facts on gas vs electric heating. Cost Face it. Cost is the first thing we think of when we are considering a purchase. Gas heating systems do cost more...

Three Ways to Lower Your Heating Bill

Winter is right around the corner. The dreaded heating bills are too. Since we tend to spend much more time indoors, our homes should be comfortable without breaking the bank. Here are three ways to lower your heating bill this winter. Thermostat Upgrades There are...

Indoor Air Quality Affects Your Health

Good indoor air quality is a must for maintaining our health. So many people have respiratory illnesses and are stuck in their homes. Dirty air filters affect our quality of life because they are the leading cause of allergies and seasonal colds. Let's look at how...

Swamp Cooler or Air Conditioner?

Summertime is here and you have your cooling system cranked up. However, you still feel uncomfortable in your home. You check your unit and it is working fine. Perhaps, you are using the wrong type of cooling unit for your climate. Should you be using a swamp cooler...
Three Indicators That Your Air Ducts May Need Cleaning

Three Indicators That Your Air Ducts May Need Cleaning

Spring cleaning is just around the corner. We tend to use this time to clean out areas that aren't necessarily seen but need a good "going over" once a year.  Your air ducts should be one of those places. Dirty air ducts can be responsible for allergies and other...

Setting Your Thermostat

Setting Your Thermostat

 It is always a challenge to keep your home at a comfortable temperature during chilly winter days. Setting your thermostat during winter is actually quite simple if you follow these few easy steps. Money-saving Comfort The Department of Energy recommends keeping your...

Gas Furnace FAQs

Gas Furnace FAQs

 A gas heating system is noted for its overall efficiency in heating your home. Here are a few gas furnace FAQs if you have a gas heating system or are contemplating installing one. How often should I have my gas furnace serviced? The general consensus is a gas...

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