Choosing an Energy-Efficient Air Conditioner for Your Home

Monday, February 15th, 2016

When it comes to purchasing a new air conditioner or even replacing an old system, the choices on the market today are much more energy efficient than those of the past. There are still considerations to be made about the type of air conditioner you purchase, however, in terms of optimal energy efficiency.

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Could Your Furnace Use a Tune Up?

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Think of the last time you had a technician in your home to look at your furnace. Chances are high that something was wrong with the system or with your thermostat, though you may have been installing a brand new system. Think of the hassle involved with making repairs when a heater breaks down suddenly during the winter. Do you want to spend a cold evening waiting for a technician to show up and fix your furnace?

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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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Now Is an Excellent Time to Upgrade Your Air Conditioner

Monday, November 9th, 2015

Finding energy efficient replacements for older lightbulbs and electronics is one of the best ways to save on your monthly bills. And one of the biggest energy hogs in your home is an older air conditioning system. Air conditioners that are over a decade old were not designed to be as energy efficient as those manufactured today. If you’ve been living with an inefficient air conditioner for too long, now is the perfect time to schedule an upgrade.

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Have You Scheduled Professional Heating Maintenance Yet?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Professional heating maintenance service is offered by most local heating and air conditioning technicians, and it can do you a world of good once winter comes around. And yet, there’s a strong possibility that you’ve never even thought to schedule this service.

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How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Usually, your air conditioning system is completely separate from your heater. While they may fit one on top of another and use the same blower fan in some cases, the two system are purchased separately and operate independently from one another. But a heat pump is different; it’s both your heater and your air conditioner. So how exactly does this work?

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Why Is the Temperature Different in Every Room?

Monday, July 27th, 2015

As temperatures start to heat up outside, small differences in the temperature in each room of your house become more and more noticeable. Often, this is a prominent issue in larger homes with multiple stories. But any house can struggle with temperature inconsistencies that make the rooms less comfortable to be in, and that force you to run your air conditioner for longer. Learn about a couple of reasons for this unevenness in today’s guide, and schedule service with a professional today.

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