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The Right Furnace Could Improve Your Air Quality at Home

February 6th, 2015

Indoor air quality can determine the health of you and your family as well as affect the cleanliness of your home. But did you know that buying a furnace with the right Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) rating could make a significant difference in your air quality at home? The MERV rating affects your indoor […]

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Humidifier Benefits: What You Need to Know

February 3rd, 2015

A humidifier does precisely what the name suggests – it makes air more humid. A whole home humidifier works by creating soothing water vapor that is sent throughout your home via the heat returns. You get to decide how much or how little water vapor you desire with the touch of a button. Adding moisture […]

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Minimizing Your Need for Heat Repair Calls on Your Heat Pump

January 30th, 2015

If you use a heat pump to warm your home, at some time you’ll need to call a professional for repairs. The good news is that you can take action today to minimize those repair calls. And when you do, you’ll probably realize some savings on your home energy bill too. Here are the heat […]

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Frequent Furnace Problems Could Indicate Your Need for a New Heating System

January 27th, 2015

How many people resolve to lose a few pounds each year? Losing weight is often a smart health decision. However, this could also be the year to complete some home projects you have been putting off. It could be time to deal with your furnace problems once and for all. No one wants to spend […]

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Top Ways to Save Money on Home Heating Costs

January 23rd, 2015

Heating Repair Companies Know the Answer By now, many parts of the country have experienced their first snowfall or at least the first dip into frigid winter temperatures. Home heating repair companies are dealing with emergency repair calls and customers who complain about high energy bills. But you don’t have to pay more to enjoy […]

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Winter Emergency Heating Repair is About More Than Comfort

January 20th, 2015

A home or commercial building’s heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system is meant to make life more comfortable. Cooled and de-humidified air in summer and warm moistened air in winter protect you from the harsh realities of seasonal extremes. However, HVAC systems provide much more than comfortable indoor air and therefore when an HVAC emergency […]

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Learning the Ropes of How to Make Heat at Home More Efficient

January 16th, 2015

Every homeowner wants the place they call home to be as safe and efficient as possible, especially when it comes to their furnaces. Knowing how to make heat at home more efficient is important for every homeowner. Not all furnaces are created equal though, consider how yours stacks up when it comes to performance and […]

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Humidifier Benefits for Your Health and Your Home

January 13th, 2015

When the weather outside our cozy homes begins to turn chillier and dryer by the day, it’s time to consider the vast amount of humidifier benefits. You might be thinking of a small humidifier unit that can cleanse the air of an individual room as long as the tank of water that it holds is […]

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Why You Should Consider a Programmable Thermostat Upgrade

January 9th, 2015

For most homes, staying warm in winter and cool in summer represents some of the most significant home expenditures each month. Part of the reason heating and cooling costs are such a large part of monthly expenses is that the furnace or air conditioner often runs when no one is home. Installing a programmable thermostat […]

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Selecting the Best HVAC System for Your Home

January 6th, 2015

Whether you are planning to build a new home or make important upgrades to an existing home, choosing the best HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) system is a key decision. The best floor plan and smartest furnishings won’t be truly enjoyable unless your heating and cooling system is able to capably control the inside climate. […]

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