Four Questions To Ask About Your Heating System

28 June 2018
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Are you experiencing heating problems? Regardless of the exact type of central heating you have in your home (furnace, boiler, etc.), you need to keep an eye on it. Even if you have professionals service your system every few years, you might not be getting everything taken care of. Here are four questions that you should ask yourself in regards to the servicing and upkeep of your heating system. Asking and answering these questions could help you find the problem and improve your output. Read More 

Reducing Cooling Costs For Your Home

23 May 2018
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It seems that energy costs rise a little more each year. As a homeowner, you're probably looking for ways to decrease the cost of cooling your home for the summer. Here, you'll find a few tips that can help reduce how much it costs you to keep your home comfortable as the temperatures outside soar. Maintain the Cooling System So many people neglect the cooling system in their homes. They figure, if it works, it doesn't need any attention, but the truth is, even when a cooling system is working, it might not be working as efficiently as it should. Read More 

Tips For Detecting Air Leaks

10 April 2018
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If there is one thing that can derail your quest for heating and air conditioning efficiency, it is the issue of air leaks. Use these tips and tests to find out if your house has air leaks: Visual Inspection Outdoors In some cases, air leaks leave visible gaps or signs of damage that you can rely upon for the diagnosis. Therefore, talk a walk around the house and look for these signs if you suspect your house is experiencing air leaks. Read More 

What Should Be In A Spring HVAC Checkup?

27 February 2018
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HVAC systems are complex and very much benefit from regular maintenance and checkups.  Spring and Fall are important times to do this maintenance as the changing seasons usually mean the activation of heating or cooling that has been dormant for months.  The first cold snap and the first warm day of the year are when HVAC contractors start to get a ton of calls, and calendars fill up quickly.  It is important to get ahead of that and schedule the checkups before the seasons change. Read More 

Four Ways To Reduce Water Heater Expenses

12 January 2018
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Your home's water heater is one of the major energy using appliances in your home, and as such can quickly drive up your energy bills – especially in the winter months, where a lower temperature in your home means that your water heater has to work harder to provide the same amount of hot water. Over time, this can prove to be a fairly significant expense. Fortunately, there are a number of things that you can do to reduce the amount of energy that your water heater uses and save money on your energy bills throughout the year. Read More