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Insulating Your Home To Help Your HVAC System

When we couldn't get our home to cool down last summer, we started checking our HVAC system. We found out that our air conditioning system was working fine, but the air just seemed to leave our house rapidly. We contacted an HVAC contractor to run a few tests, and he concluded that we had a severe insulation problem. After showing us which rooms had bad leaks, he recommended a business to come out and remedy the situation. This blog is all about insulating your home and helping you to keep that carefully heated and cooled air inside, where it belongs.

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How Installing A New Thermostat Can Save You Money

The thermostat in your home is responsible for telling your HVAC systems what the temperature is in your home, and when they need to run in order to get to the temperature that the thermostat is set to. If you have an old thermostat in your home, you may want to upgrade to a newer model. A new thermostat can help save you money. Read on for reasons why installing a new thermostat can save you some cash. Read More 

5 Signs It’s Time To Repair Your Furnace And Heating System

Is it about time to upgrade your furnace? It's almost always best to upgrade your furnace before fall and winter; upgrading your furnace early leads to discounts and means you have the time to comparison shop. Still, it's a big investment. How do you know you're ready for a new system? 1. Your Furnace is 15 to 20 Years Old Most furnaces have a lifespan. At the end of this lifespan, parts are going to start individually breaking down. Read More 

Four Signs Your Air Ducts Need Repair

Your air ducts are one of the most vital components to your home's climate control system, and they can last for decades if properly maintained. However, they can often get left out in favor of maintaining other components, like the actual air conditioning unit and all its parts. Luckily, if there's something wrong with your ductwork, it's typically easy to tell. Here are some signs you should look out for, especially if you're using ducts that are over 10 years old or have gone without regular maintenance. Read More 

Was Your Heater Submerged By Flood Waters? Steps To Take Following A Flood

If your backyard has flooded and the water reached portions of your heater, you may wonder if your heater can be salvaged. Fortunately, in most cases, a heater can be salvaged despite having been flooded, as long as you take the right actions following the floods. As soon as the flood waters recede, here are the steps you should take to help save your heater.  Disconnect It From Its Power Source Read More 

Ac Tips For Hot Summer Times

When those hotter summer months are on their way, you have the opportunity to make sure you are going to be able to keep your home cooled during those hot days and nights. This article will inform you of some of the efficient styles of air conditioners and it will also provide you with other tips on ways you can contain the coolness, allowing you to contain the coolness longer. Read More