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Time to Dust Off a Few Energy Saving Ideas

Posted on : May 19, 2016

Have you ever considered how much the dust that’s gathering in your home is costing you in energy bills? When dust builds up on the registers and vent covers in your home, for example, it becomes “insulation” that blocks the air’s path into the room. The harder a system has to work to keep your […]

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How a 1987 Treaty Changed Air Conditioning in 2010

Posted on : April 15, 2016

Ever heard of the Montreal Protocol? Like many things that happen among and between nations, even if you haven’t heard of it, we’re talking about an event that could affect your life – or, in this case, your home comfort. Offered up in 1987 for nations to sign and adopt, the Montreal Protocol was an […]

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Are You Inhaling a Cat?

Posted on : March 25, 2016

…or even worse? Seriously, we always hear about “outdoor” pollution, but according to the U.S. EPA, indoor air is often 10 times more polluted. And residents all over Texas complain of coughing, respiratory problems, headaches, sinuses, allergies, you name it. Most try to treat their symptoms with medication, yet the problem can be far easier […]

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Making the Case When Your Furnace Doesn’t Make the Grade

Posted on : February 9, 2016

It’s a common question for a common experience. When your home heating system is getting past its prime, when you find that your comfort isn’t what it used to be, when energy bills appear higher than they should be and when you’ve had to call for repairs on multiple occasions… that’s the time homeowners ask, […]

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How to Warm Up That Cold Room!

Posted on : January 3, 2016

We frequently hear complaints from homeowners about that one cold room in their home. It could be a bedroom, office room, basement or even kitchen area. Though there are many variables which affect the temperature in an individual room (like height of ceilings, number of returns and vents, amount of windows…), there are certain steps […]

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