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Spring Prep for Your Home’s HVAC System

28 February 2019
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The end of winter's long, cold months brings with it trips to the beach, school vacations, and lazy weekend barbecues, but it also means that your home's heating system is about to go into hibernation. As with any other complicated part of your home's HVAC system, lack of use can potentially lead to problems down the line. Winter always rears its frosty head again, so keeping your heating system up to snuff through the warm seasons is important to save money and keep you comfortable once the sun sets on another summer. Read More …

Household Heating Mistakes You May Be Making

21 January 2019
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It's natural to want to use your furnace to keep your home feeling warm during the winter. However, many homeowners do not use their furnace properly, which can lead to large heating bills and excessive wear and tear on the furnace itself. Here are some common mistakes you may be making with your home's furnace. Trying To Heat The Home Faster By Increasing The Temperature Did you just come home to a house that is cold since the furnace wasn't turned on? Read More …

Is Wintertime The Right Time To Replace Your Air Conditioner?

12 December 2018
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With winter in full swing, you're probably more concerned about your furnace's well-being than the state of your air conditioning (A/C) system. But if it's time for your A/C system to retire, the winter months offer a good opportunity to finally upgrade your A/C equipment. The following offers a few reasons for replacing your cooling system during the winter. Off-Season Discounts and Sales Cold weather can put a chill on A/C equipment prices, making the off-season an affordable time to choose your A/C system. Read More …

3 Ways To Stop Short Cycling In Its Tracks

3 November 2018
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"Short cycling" isn't the name of some new fitness craze -- it's what happens when your furnace constantly turns itself on and off as it attempts to provide balanced temperatures for your home. Short cycling not only hurts your furnace through excessive wear and tear, but it also hurts your wallet by increasing your monthly utility bill. You can ignore short cycling, but be prepared to spend thousands of dollars to replace your furnace. Read More …

The Role That Your Attic Plays In Home Cooling

28 August 2018
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Having a great air conditioner is an important part of staying cool during the summer. However, if you do not have adequate insulation, your air conditioning system might not be enough. You may ignore your attic because it is out of sight and out of mind, but your home may be less comfortable because of this.  The Importance of an Insulated Attic When your attic is not properly insulated, the conditioned air can escape from living quarters below to the attic. Read More …

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The temperature outside reaches 90 degrees and your air conditioning stops working. You continually go to the thermostat and bump the temperature a little lower with the hopes of miraculously fixing the problem. Once the temperature inside the house reaches 88 degrees, you finally conclude that there is something very wrong with the air conditioning system. So, what could the problem be? What can you do to fix it? My blog will provide you with several issues that could cause your air conditioning to stop working during the hottest days or months of the year so that you can begin making the repairs or call for help.

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