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Air Conditioners
June 15, 2019

Reduce Your Summer Cooling Costs in 6 Easy Steps

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to start dialing your home’s temperature down a few degrees. If you’re like us, you like to keep your air conditioning bill low; here are a few ways to keep your cooling costs as low as possible even in the peak of the summer heat!   1. Seal…Read More

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Air Conditioners
May 22, 2019

6 Factors in Choosing a Heating/Cooling System Replacement

Choosing a heating/cooling system replacement is an investment in the future. The combined average service life of a furnace and central air conditioner is over 15 years. So, whatever choice you make now, you’ll be living with the results for some time to come. This includes the heating or cooling performance of the system, which…Read More

Air Conditioners
May 21, 2019

5 Things To Do When Your AC Goes Out

Now that we’re approaching the middle of summer, it’s time to prepare your AC for the hottest time of the year. While it can be impossible to predict when your unit will fail on your, it’s best to keep it maintained to prevent any issues from happening. Here are 5 tips that will keep your...Read More
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Air Conditioners
May 4, 2019

Everything You Need to Know About Smart Thermostats

Energy savings, ease of use and automation, these were the benefits promised by manufacturers of programmable thermostats when they hit the market around 20 years ago. Homeowners who installed them immediately saw fantastic energy savings and their only effort was to program the thermostat to match their occupancy patterns. Unfortunately, these benefits could be removed…Read More

Air Conditioners
May 1, 2019

Don’t Be Fooled! Let’s Decode HVAC Terminology.

Have you ever had an HVAC technician in your home and they use terms you don’t understand at all? Or you call an HVAC company to describe a problem you’re having and their response includes confusing words? What are they talking about?! You’re not an experienced HVAC technician and you don’t have the background knowledge…Read More

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Air Conditioners
April 14, 2019

How to Make your Cooling System More Efficient this Summer

While you can’t do anything about the heat outside, you can achieve lower air conditioning bills by preparing your cooling system and your home for hot weather. A well-maintained cooling system and a house that resists heat gain will put you on the fast track toward summer energy savings. Prioritize the Cooling System Getting your…Read More

April 12, 2019

5 Steps to Better Air Quality

The Environmental Protection Agency shocked homeowners a few years ago by reporting that indoor air in most homes is on average two to five times more polluted than outdoor air — and in many cases, is even scores of times worse. If you’re skeptical and think your home might be an exception because you work…Read More

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Air Conditioners
April 10, 2019

Landscaping and HVAC: How What You Plant Can Help Your HVAC System Become More Efficient

Did you know that your HVAC system can benefit from good landscaping practices? It’s not a well known fact, but the right plants placed in strategic locations around your property can really improve the overall performance of your system. Not only this, but good landscaping practices can also protect your system from potentially harmful outdoor...Read More
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Air Conditioners
April 5, 2019

Everything You Need to Know About SEER Ratings

Choosing a new air conditioner or HVAC system can be overwhelming for most people. With different brands, sizes, and many other options, how do you know which one is right for you? If you need an easy way to know which AC is more efficient or which one will save you the most on you...Read More
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January 20, 2019

10 Common Furnace Problems and What to Do

About half the homes in the United States utilize natural gas-fired furnaces for heating. A gas furnace is a sturdy appliance with a long expected service life—it’s not uncommon to find units over 20 years old still on the job. Because gas heating has a long history, mass production of gas-fired furnaces by established manufacturers…Read More