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December 1st, 2017

As the cold wind blows, we certainly don’t want to be freezing and feeling like we are in an endless winter even in the comfort of our homes. Luckily for us, gone are the days we had to scour and collect firewood to warm the hearth. However, even with the invention of heaters, we still face a few challenges in ensuring our homes are nice and cozy in the middle of snow and ice. The following are some of the mistakes homeowners unconsciously make that affect their energy bills and...

November 15th, 2017

“It’s [almost] the most wonderful time of the year,” as the song says. The jingle of bells, the mistletoes kisses you’re probably looking forward to, and the smell of hot chocolate with those marshmallows… It’s also the coldest. But the cold temperatures are what gives the winter season it’s character. Love the snow and the warmth it invites by making sure you’re prepared to face it from indoors.

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November 1st, 2017

Winter is fast approaching. Is your heater ready for the cold season? It’s not easy to have your heating system break down suddenly in the middle of the winter season. Make sure that your heating system is one hundred percent functional, efficient, and reliable throughout the frigid months. When necessary, it’s best to replace your heater with a new one when you notice something out of the blue.

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October 15th, 2017

The leaves are starting to fall and the wind’s growing cooler… Fall’s here, baby! Summer’s over, so you won’t have to turn that AC on at full blast as often. But still, after months of constant use, it might be time to perform some maintenance on your HVAC system to keep its efficiency up. On the plus side, with summer over, you won’t have to do the upkeep in the sweltering heat! So, here are some simple ways to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system at minimal cost:

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October 2nd, 2017

One of your AC unit’s functions is to get rid of the humidity within your home. To do this, your evaporator coil absorbs the heat and gathers moisture. When this moisture oozes down into the condensate pan, it is removed down into your wastewater plumbing system by a drain and a pump. The evaporator coil’s process of absorbing moisture and humidity in the air is the condensation process. In fact, this is the dripping sound that you...

September 14th, 2017

You might not be a pro at HVAC concerns, but you should be well-equipped in knowing what to expect from a reliable professional. It can be easy to make the mistake of hiring someone lacking in the expertise and legal qualifications when you don’t know what to look for. These are the top four questions you should ask your technician before deciding to take advantage of their services. They cover the basic information and...

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