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The Right Temperature for Pumpkin Decorations in Your Home

The Right Temperature for Pumpkin Decorations in Your Home

In the fall, the humble pumpkin is everywhere as a symbol of the passage of summer and the change of seasons. Homeowners typically accent their homes with a plethora of

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What to do When Your Thermostat is Off Schedule

What to do When Your Thermostat is Off Schedule

No matter what kind of thermostat you have, eventually yours will malfunction and you will need to practice thermostat troubleshooting. Sometimes the fix is quite simple, so before you run

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Upgrade Indoor Comfort With a Wi-Fi Thermostat

Upgrade Indoor Comfort With a Wi-Fi Thermostat

It seems like there’s an app for everything these days, from turn-by-turn driving directions and hands-free chatting, to counting your steps and your calories. If there was an app for

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Reprogram Your Thermostat for Colder Weather

Reprogram Your Thermostat for Colder Weather

Having a programmable thermostat in your home can help you save a significant amount of money on energy bills over time. In order to do so, it’s important to make

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Consider a Wi-Fi Thermostat for Your Home

Consider a Wi-Fi Thermostat for Your Home

A Wi-Fi thermostat is more than just a convenience. It can also help you keep your cooling bills down and your home more comfortable in the warm, humid Martin County

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Spend Less on Energy by Resetting Your Programmable Thermostat

Spend Less on Energy by Resetting Your Programmable Thermostat

Your programmable thermostat is designed to save energy by reducing energy consumption when it isn’t needed. This can save you money year round. When resetting your thermostat this fall, consider

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Fan On vs. Auto: How Should You Set Your Thermostat?

Fan On vs. Auto: How Should You Set Your Thermostat?

Choosing between “Fan On” or “Auto” when setting your thermostat can have a dramatic effect on your comfort and energy usage. Both settings have benefits, though the “Auto” option tends

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How to Test the Thermostat on Your Gas Furnace for Problems

If your gas furnace won’t start up, the first place to look for the source of the problem is your thermostat. Most thermostats will give you many years of reliable service, but

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How to Check if Your Thermostat is Sending a Signal

Having a malfunctioning furnace when comfort levels drop can be an annoyance in the least and dangerous in worst case scenarios, but before you call your HVAC professional, try troubleshooting

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Fabulous Energy-Saving Benefits of Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats represent one of the easiest, lowest cost improvements you can make to your HVAC system. A good programmable thermostat simplifies home comfort, while potentially saving you an impressive

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