2 Steps You Can Take Now to Save Money Next Winter & Keep Your Family Safer

4 April 2017
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Like many people who live in cold climates, you likely look forward to spring weather all winter. However, if you have been looking forward to warmer weather because your heating bills were sky-high all winter instead of just dreaming of spending more time outdoors, then it is important to tackle your heating system problems now before next fall arrives and you begin experiencing the same problem. While there are many causes of persistent high home heating bills, such as lack of proper home insulation or drafty windows, if your bills suddenly soared during the course of just one year, then the problem likely lies in your HVAC system. Read More 

Five Advantages Of Furnace Replacement You May Not Think Of

4 January 2017
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When your aging furnace breaks down, you may be considering replacing it rather than repairing it. After all, new furnaces are more energy-efficient and less prone to future breakdowns. But these are far from the only advantages of replacing an aging furnace. Here's a look at five more reasons replacing an old, breakdown-prone furnace is almost always a better choice than continuing to make repairs. A New Furnace Is Safer Read More 

Investigating And Troubleshooting An AC Low Air Flow Issue

25 August 2016
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If you have been experiencing the extremely hot temperatures that have plagued the United States over the last year, then you may be putting your central air conditioner through its paces. If air flow coming through your vents suddenly drops, then you may be nervous that your overworked system is ready to completely break down or fail. This is probably not the case, and there are a few things you can investigate to fix the issue. Read More 

How To Spare Your A/C System From Dirty Sock Syndrome

2 June 2016
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Imagine turning on your air conditioner to beat the summer heat only to get a whiff of what smells like a dirty sock coming from your A/C vents. If the smell persists after putting away your dirty laundry, then chances are you're dealing with what's known as "dirty sock syndrome" -- it's when mold and mildew builds up inside your A/C system until it gives off a musty aroma. Dirty sock syndrome isn't just annoying for your nose. Read More 

3 Efficient Home Cooling Tips For Apartment Dwellers

5 February 2016
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Renting instead of owning has its advantages, but being a renter can be very frustrating when you're trying to keep your energy bills low. In most rental arrangements, you don't get to choose your large appliances – the apartment building owner or homeowner does. That means that you can't go out and buy the most efficient Energy Star qualified air conditioner when your old one is due for an upgrade, or switch from electric heating and air conditioning to geothermal. Read More