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The Purpose of Your Heating and Cooling System

Posted on : June 15, 2018

A heating and cooling system has an unusual mandate: move heat where it’s wanted, and move heat away from where it isn’t wanted. Understandably, most people see the purpose of a heating system as a way to stay warm in the winter and an air conditioning system as the way to stay cool in the […]

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Making the Connection Between Clean Air and Energy Efficiency

Posted on : April 27, 2018

Saving on energy pays off – especially when you’re talking about keeping your home comfortable. Cooling and heating, after all, accounts for about 56% of the energy used in a typical U.S. home. Therefore, savings in this area can have a significant impact on your household’s monthly budget. An energy efficient system is your starting […]

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Is the Air in Your Home Making Spring Allergies Worse?

Posted on : March 29, 2018

Sticky, black, alive – not the description of anything you want growing in your home. Just the thought is enough to make you cringe. But it’s even worse when you realize the culprit isn’t just in your house… it’s in your air. Every breath is an invitation for infection, allergies and inflammation. And since you […]

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Reasons to Watch What You’re Breathing

Posted on : February 25, 2018

In this type of work, we see a lot of relieved faces. In weather like this, it’s usually when the heat comes back on after a simple repair. There’s just something about the feel of that warm air on a cold night that lets a homeowner relax and get comfortable again. But sometimes the relief […]

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The Routines of Saving Money, Protecting Family Health

Posted on : January 30, 2018

Just think of it as any ordinary experience – you make a simple call that preserves a multi-thousand dollar investment, decreases your monthly energy expenses and protects your family from serious dangers that can come from faulty heating equipment operation. Actually, there’s nothing routine about routine maintenance on your heater or furnace. It’s the type of […]

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