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20
Mar

Keeping the Air Clean When Allergy Season Hits

The changing of the seasons brings a lot of beauty with it, but it might be hard for you to notice when your seasonal allergies are all that you have on your mind. If you’ve got a conventional forced-air AC system and/or furnace, it can be easier to keep the air clean with the help …

10
Mar

What You Need to Know about Allergies and Air Filters

It’s almost spring time! We will officially move from the winter to the spring. The temperatures may not reflect it all the time, but we’re on the upward slope toward warmer weather. And we’re also in allergy season. Sorry, but there is a downside to spring arriving! As plants start to bloom with the warmer …

4
Mar

Daylight Saving Time: Should We Keep It Around?

As you know, Daylight Saving Time (DST)  starts next week. If you have a dog, you’ll know right away everything has changed, because your pooch will want to go outside at a different time of day. Of course, it’s only a different time of day according to the clock: your dog tells time with light. …

26
Feb

Is Your Ductless Heating System Not Working? Let’s Take a Look…

I do a lot of research on furnaces, especially gas-powered ones, because they are the most common type of heating system you find around here. If I were a betting dog, I’d put my money on “furnace” when asked to guess what type of heater a home around here has. However, I don’t want you …

17
Feb

Call a professional for furnace repair

When your furnace is operating the way it should be, it keeps your home comfortable and you probably don’t think much more about it. However, when your furnace stops working or encounters problems during the winter, you want a quick fix. In this blog, we’ll make the case that you should always call a professional …

9
Feb

HVAC Resolutions To Keep This New Year

As 2019 is well underway, many people start working toward upholding their resolutions for the year. These resolutions are specific to each individual and cover a range of topics, but one resolution you should consider is improving your home comfort. Dedicating yourself to a few “HVAC Resolutions” in 2019 could lead to significant improvements to …

29
Jan

5 Causes of a High Heating Bill

Staying warm can be expensive during the winter months, and there’s nothing fun about having to pay a pricey heating bill. It can be annoying having to bundle up with two pairs of socks, jackets, and extra layers of clothing to stay warm in your own home to save money. There are many reasons as …

3
Jan

Lower Your Energy Bill for the New Year

It’s January 3rd,  of 2019. With low temperatures and high hopes in the air, we started thinking about cold weather, heating systems, and good homeowner habits. According the Energy Department, the most common home heating fuel is natural gas, accounting for around 57% of American homes. Space heating is already the largest energy expense in the average …

29
Dec

Energy Efficient Updates

Maintaining an energy efficient home is a great way to do your part for the environment while also keeping more money in your wallet. Even if you want to start making your home more energy-efficient, you might not know where to start. Here are some important tips for increasing your home’s energy efficiency. Use Energy-Efficient …

27
Nov

How to Prepare Your Furnace for the Winter

Winter is when your furnace works the hardest. It’s also the time when you most need the warmth it provides in your house. In order to avoid an unpleasant surprise just when temperatures are dropping, take the following steps now to prepare your furnace for the winter. 1. Check and Change Your Filter Most furnaces …

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