5 Ways To Keep A Central Heating System Functional

28 November 2017
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Do you rarely use the central heating system in your house due to it being hot outside for the majority of the year? If the system is always in bad shape when it comes time to use it, the problem might be due to it sitting idle for the majority of the year. The best way to prevent the problem from happening is to contact a heating service to give the system ocassional tune-ups. Read More 

Furnace Safety: 3 Tips Every Homeowner Should Utilize

14 October 2017
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In every home sits a quiet furnace that helps keep the indoors warm in the winter and cool in the summer. But without some oversight and maintenance, your furnace can become a hazard for your household. Here are three furnace safety tips you should be utilizing: Test Your Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Detectors One of the most alarming threats your home faces is a carbon monoxide leak in the furnace. Read More 

Four Signs You Need To Hire An HVAC Professional Right Away

24 January 2017
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The HVAC system in your home needs to stay well maintained to ensure that you are always comfortable in your home. Without a proper working HVAC system, staying cool in the summer and warm in the winter will be difficult and can eat up a great deal of energy, which is going to cost you each month. This is why it's important to keep your HVAC system well maintained and know when you need to hire professionals for repairs. Read More 

Ground Up: 3 Reason to Stick to Floor Vents When Building a Home

5 January 2017
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If you are building a home from the ground up, you may get to select the locations of your plumbing and HVAC. How you structure your HVAC will be determined by the design and the square footage of the home. When selecting your HVAC system and the place near your heaters, you should consider putting heaters on the floor. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider putting the HVAC vents on or near the floor instead of the ceiling or top of the wall. Read More