Ways Skylight Could Affect Energy Efficiency

Ways Skylight Could Affect Energy EfficiencyHaving skylights in your home means you can count on having plenty of natural light throughout the year. While this can be beneficial for you, keep in mind that skylights can have an impact on your home’s energy efficiency as well. Read More »

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What Are the IAQ Concerns for Valentine’s Day?

What Are the IAQ Concerns for Valentine's Day?It’s hard to think that Valentine’s Day would be a health hazard, but there are some IAQ concerns (indoor air quality) to be aware of, especially if you or someone else has allergies, asthma, or a compromised respiratory system.

Products and gifts commonly associated with Valentine’s Day include perfumes, plants and pets. Here’s how they may affect your IAQ: Read More »

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Know These HVAC Considerations When Renovating

Know These HVAC Considerations When RenovatingIf you’re planning to remodel your home in the near future, you’ll have a lot to think about, such as square footage, function, decorating, and budgets just to mention a few. Don’t make the mistake of failing to plan ahead for your HVAC system. Home renovations often affect heating and cooling equipment.

Here are the key HVAC considerations you should make. Read More »

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Indoor Heating Considerations for Homes with Pets

Indoor Heating Considerations for Homes with PetsUnless you’ve got Alaskan Malamutes at home, you may need more indoor heating for your pets. Some breeds of dogs and are acclimatized to cold temperature climates, but if your pets prefer Florida’s hot summers, you may need to bump the temperature up when temperatures drop. Read More »

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Keep Your Home Warm and Safe with These Furnace Safety Tips

Keep Your Home Warm and Safe with These Furnace Safety TipsIf you have a gas furnace in your home, you probably know it’s a relatively safe appliance to operate. However, because it produces heat through the combustion process, there are some hazards to be aware of.

Here are some tips for maintaining furnace safety. Read More »

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5 Questions To Ask When Hiring An HVAC Contractor

5 Questions To Ask When Hiring An HVAC ContractorIt can seem daunting to hire an HVAC contractor for the first time, but armed with these questions, the process might go faster and be more rewarding. We’ve put these questions together to increase the likelihood of successfully finding a top-notch contractor for your home. Read More »

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What HVAC Maintenance Tasks to Complete in January

What HVAC Maintenance Tasks to Complete in JanuaryJanuary spells the end of the busy holiday season. While it may appear to be downtime for HVAC maintenance, it’s actually a prime time for taking care of your system to keep it operating at optimal efficiency throughout the new year.

Here are some of the tasks you’re recommended to perform during this month. Read More »

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Start of Winter Issues Your HVAC Might Encounter

Start of Winter Issues Your HVAC Might EncounterEarly winter problems within your household are never fun to deal with, but as a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to make sure everything is taken care of. Here is a short list of issues that you should consider before winter really sets in. Read More »

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Housewarming Gifts to Warm a New Home

Housewarming Gifts to Warm a New HomeIs there a housewarming party on the horizon and you simply have no clue what you should buy for the new homeowner? We can help you out with a few housewarming gifts that are sure to make your friend or family member very happy while helping them warm their new home. Read More »

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Replacing Indoor and Outdoor HVAC Components: When to Do It

Rusty AC Condenser Side Grate with Dirty Cooling FinsWhen a new cooling system is on the agenda, you may have heard that replacing air conditioning units can be done separately. The two major components, the indoor air handler and the outdoor condenser, may not need replacement at the same time, and having the option to keep the functional components could save time and money. Read More »

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