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March 1st, 2017
Homeowners or owners of commercial buildings who are in the market for an air conditioning unit may be looking at the price for the most part, but it is also important to take into consideration the size of the AC unit. By “size” we mean both the size of the unit and the amount of cooling capacity of the unit.   Ideally, you would want an air conditioner that produces a comfortable temperature, and the size of the unit in conjunction with the size of the room will decide if that is accomplished...
February 15th, 2017
The long cold winter has started to give way and soon comes the sporadic Texas springtime. You can feel the warmth of Texas seeping in, if only for a day or two at a time right now. You probably already feel that warmth and change in temperature inside your home.    You then face that one question during this spring season, how do I save electricity and money while keeping my home comfortable during the warm spring months? Well, in this article we will teach you how you can do that and also...
February 1st, 2017

Even if your air-conditioning unit is not showing any signs of inefficiency, it is wise to regularly schedule maintenance sessions and have it serviced to keep it in peak working condition and to avoid the possibility of it breaking down when you need it the most.

Why Should You Service Your AC Unit?

Small problems such as clogged cooling fins, low coolant levels, and dirty blower fans among others can affect the effectivity of your AC unit if left unchecked and...

January 15th, 2017

We all know that Texas can get really hot and humid. It can even happen around here in the months you are expecting freezing temperatures. And with humidity comes moisture. Did you know that moist surroundings are a breeding ground for various types of microscopic organisms that could be damaging to your health? There could be spores of mold and mildew that could thrive in these moist areas.

Humidity could be poisonous in these forms. Even without any symptoms, mold and mildew can...

December 31st, 2016

As the colder seasons start to creep into East Texas, your furnace becomes one of the most valuable things in your home. However, there are possible instances when your furnace just won’t start up. You become uncomfortable, and then panic sets in because you start to imagine the horrible things that might happen if your furnace still doesn’t work.

Rest assured, with proper guidance and a do-it-yourself attitude, there are a couple of measures you can take to check what’s wrong with it...

November 15th, 2016

There are varied kinds of heating systems which can keep your home or business warm during the freezing months of winter. Central heating furnaces are very common and are used popularly in many households across Texas. Other heating systems are boilers, gas filled space heaters, and heat pumps. But more than likely you are relying on a furnace.

The centralized furnace works by passing heated air through ducts that run throughout the structure and blowing the warm air into different...

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