Save Money on Heating and Cooling in the New Year!

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Having trouble coming up with a helpful but achievable goal as part of your 2016 New Year’s resolutions? Deciding to save money in the new year can be tough if you’re not expecting a raise any time soon. But there are some small steps you can take to reduce your monthly spending.

So wake up a little earlier to make a cup of coffee at home rather than stopping by a store before work. Cancel any memberships or subscriptions you no longer take advantage of. And take some steps this year to reduce your heating and cooling costs!

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Upgrade to a High-Efficiency HVAC System Today!

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Early in the winter, temperatures in Texas are nowhere near as cold as they are in other parts of the country. And during mild temperatures, we think it’s the perfect time to upgrade your air conditioning and heating system! You can even do it all at once when you choose to upgrade your older heater/air conditioner to an all-in-one heat pump—and you can save money each month. Read on to find out more about upgrading to a high-efficiency system.

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Is It a Good Time to Replace Your HVAC System?

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Whole-home heating and air conditioning equipment is designed to be long-lasting, but someday you’ll need to replace any older system. And usually, it’s better to do this sooner rather than later. Waiting too long to replace an older air conditioning or heating system (even if it is still running) may allow even more wear and tear to develop. This can result in further issues the next time you run the system, higher monthly bills, and a potential system breakdown at any moment.

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What Is a Heat Pump and Is It Good for My Climate?

Monday, December 7th, 2015

While the term “heat pump” may sound like the name of a heater, it’s actually a way to describe most central air conditioning systems. Air conditioners actually transfer heat from the inside air to the outside air, using a chemical blend called refrigerant to absorb and release the heat. When you stand near the outside unit of your split-system air conditioner, the heat you feel is actually the heat that is “pumped” from the inside air.

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