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    Expect More From Your Local Furnace Company

    It always seems that your home furnace will break down at the worst time possible. It happened to me in November when I was getting ready to get on a plane to Cancun. Hours before I had to get to the airport, the furnace decides to stop working and it’s bloody cold outside. Luckily I was able to find a reputable furnace technician to fix it in time to get on the plane. Imagine your furnace breaking down in the middle of winter after your wife just gives birth. The last thing you want to have...

    It always seems that your home furnace will break down at the worst time possible. It happened to me in November when I was getting ready to get on a plane to Cancun. Hours before I had to get to the airport, the furnace decides to stop working and it’s bloody cold outside. Luckily I was able to find a reputable furnace technician to fix it in time to get on the plane.

    Imagine your furnace breaking down in the middle of winter after your wife just gives birth. The last thing you want to have to worry about is … read more


    What’s That Smell?

    A repair is inevitable once you notice unusual odors coming from your HVAC unit. The scent itself can indicate the possible problem. Suspect a gas leak once you start smelling spoiled eggs around you. Keep your hands off of your device and call an expert when it comes to gas problems. Call the gas company too to let them know of the leak at your home. A burning smell is not good news too. Turn off your device and contact an expert as soon as you can once you smell anything burning in your...

    A repair is inevitable once you notice unusual odors coming from your HVAC unit. The scent itself can indicate the possible problem. Suspect a gas leak once you start smelling spoiled eggs around you. Keep your hands off of your device and call an expert when it comes to gas problems. Call the gas company too to let them know of the leak at your home.

    A burning smell is not good news too. Turn off your device and contact an expert as soon as you can once you smell anything burning in your system especially if the scent lingers … read more


    7 Ways That AC Costs Can Be Reduced

    The U.S. Department of Energy reports that air conditioning and heating your house accounts for 43 percent of your monthly utility bill. Here are some tips to help you reduce your summer costs. 1. Shade Your House A majority of the heat accumulating inside your home comes from the sun directly shining through the windows or on the roof. One effective thing you can do is plant leafy trees around the exterior of the building to prevent the sun from reaching into your house. If there are shrubs or...

    air conditioning your homeThe U.S. Department of Energy reports that air conditioning and heating your house accounts for 43 percent of your monthly utility bill. Here are some tips to help you reduce your summer costs.

    1. Shade Your House

    A majority of the heat accumulating inside your home comes from the sun directly shining through the windows or on the roof. One effective thing you can do is plant leafy trees around the exterior of the building to prevent the sun from reaching into your house. If there are shrubs or trees shading your air conditioner, the U.S. Department of Energy reports … read more


    Tips for Finding The Best HVAC Specialist

    Whether you need to upgrade your existing HVAC system or are building your own custom home and need to choose an HVAC system for it, it is essential that you choose the right contractor for the job. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to tell which contractors are the most qualified and which ones you should avoid. How do you go about finding the best HVAC specialist? The following tips should help. Talk to Past Customers Ask any HVAC companies that you are considering working with for a list...

    Whether you need to upgrade your existing HVAC system or are building your own custom home and need to choose an HVAC system for it, it is essential that you choose the right contractor for the job. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to tell which contractors are the most qualified and which ones you should avoid. How do you go about finding the best HVAC specialist? The following tips should help.

    Talk to Past Customers

    Ask any HVAC companies that you are considering working with for a list of references. Reach out to each of the names on the … read more


    Prevent Allergens and Pollutants in your Home

    Let’s face it — allergies are a pain in the neck! Not only does they cause sneezing and sniffling, they also can cause sore throats, headaches, sinus infections, itchy eyes, fatigue and other symptoms.  Often you will need HVAC professionals to help you avoid allergens and pollutants that cause these nasty allergies. A recent report shows that you can reduce the risk of young children of developing asthma by exposing them to high extremes of allergens.  The study consisted of 560...

    allergensLet’s face it — allergies are a pain in the neck! Not only does they cause sneezing and sniffling, they also can cause sore throats, headaches, sinus infections, itchy eyes, fatigue and other symptoms.  Often you will need HVAC professionals to help you avoid allergens and pollutants that cause these nasty allergies.

    A recent report shows that you can reduce the risk of young children of developing asthma by exposing them to high extremes of allergens.  The study consisted of 560 high-risk newborns from four cities in the USA.  Each infant was followed from birth.  The doctors evaluated the asthma … read more


    How to Maintain Your Heating and Cooling Systems

    Here’s how to keep your heating and cooling systems in top shape: – Always be on time with your air filter changes. In order to stay on track, begin checking the air filter on a monthly basis and implementing a cleaning regimen or a replacement every three months. By doing this, you prevent overly high cooling and heating costs by facilitating the job of your air systems. This makes it a quick and easy way to save money on energy. – While many people are not entirely sure...

    Here’s how to keep your heating and cooling systems in top shape:

    – Always be on time with your air filter changes. In order to stay on track, begin checking the air filter on a monthly basis and implementing a cleaning regimen or a replacement every three months. By doing this, you prevent overly high cooling and heating costs by facilitating the job of your air systems. This makes it a quick and easy way to save money on energy.

    – While many people are not entirely sure what their outdoor unit does, its maintenance should never be neglected. Check … read more


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