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It’s Time to Change the Direction of Your Ceiling Fan

It's Time to Change the Direction of Your Ceiling Fan

Ceiling fans can provide a big boost to your energy savings every year — if you run the fan blades in the right direction. Not all ceiling fans have a

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HVAC 101: Teaching Kids about Energy Efficiency

HVAC 101: Teaching Kids about Energy Efficiency

One of our main jobs as parents is teaching our kids how to be smart, responsible adults. Once your kids are grown and own their own home, they’ll be in

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Maintaining Your Water Heater Could Affect Your HVAC

Maintaining Your Water Heater Could Affect Your HVAC

Does your home have forced-air HVAC and a gas water heater? If it does and and you’re trying to save energy, it’s important to know that proper water heater maintenance

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Should Interior Doors be Closed When Running A/C?

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties in Florida about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 772-207-1658.

It’s logical to think that closing interior doors to rooms not frequently used would cut down on cooling costs. In reality, however, closing them may drive up cooling costs and

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Keep it Even: Solving Uneven Cooling in Your House

Keep it Even: Solving Uneven Cooling in Your House

Do you routinely deal with cold spots and inconsistent temperatures when cooling your home? There are various reasons why uneven cooling problems can occur, and an experienced HVAC knows how

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Why You Should Care About Air Balancing

Why You Should Care About Air Balancing

Ever get frustrated over part of your home being too hot while the rest remains too cold for comfort? Then chances are your HVAC system is in need of a

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A/C Ratings Explained

A/C Ratings Explained

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, you want to make sure that you get the best system to fit your needs and your budget. Unlike several

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What Does the Information on the EnergyGuide Label Mean?

What Does the Information on the EnergyGuide Label Mean?

The EnergyGuide label you find on many appliances and electronics provides much of the information you need to make choices based on how much energy the product uses. The U.S.

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Here’s How to Save Money and Be Energy Efficient this Season

Here's How to Save Money and Be Energy Efficient this Season

Martin County isn’t exactly frigid in the winter months, but you can still end up overpaying to keep your home comfortable when temperatures dip down into cold territory. Making your

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How to Understand the EnergyGuide Label on Your HVAC System

How to Understand the EnergyGuide Label on Your HVAC System

When you need a new HVAC system, use the EnergyGuide label—the yellow tag with information regarding the appliance’s estimated annual energy needs—to determine future operational costs. This label demonstrates that

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