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June 27, 2019

Should You Buy an HVAC System Online?

These days, it seems you can buy just about anything via the internet. Even buying an HVAC system online is now a reality. Online HVAC sales are slowly but surely growing. But should you hop on the bandwagon? Cost Savings You can save substantially by choosing to buy a furnace, air conditioner, boiler, or any other similar product from an online retailer. Or, at least, it seems cheaper because you purchase the equipment only, not the labor of installing it […]
June 25, 2019

Summer Insulation Best Practices

We all know insulation is important in the winter It keeps warm air from rising into the attic, allowing it to stay in your home longer, keep your house more comfortable, and save you energy. But did you know that insulation is just is important in the summer? Here’s how insulation can help you in warmer weather, as well as a few tips on making sure your home is properly insulated. Summer Insulation Benefits Insulation does two things in warm weather. […]
June 20, 2019

What are Common Summer Thermostat Problems?

As we use our HVAC systems more in the summer, problems are bound to develop. Sometimes it may be a breakdown, but often, you may experience an issue that has more to do with inefficiency. One area where most homeowners could use some improvement, both in terms of troubleshooting and efficiency, is the thermostat. Read on for a rundown on common thermostat problems and what to do about them. 1. No power. Check the home’s power first — is the breaker […]
June 18, 2019

Ways Gardening May Affect Your HVAC Performance

Your HVAC system’s performance can be affected by many factors, including how you do your landscaping or gardening. Trees, shrubs and even garden furniture can have an impact on efficiency. Read on and learn how gardening affects HVAC performance. Plant Carefully The trees and shrubs you plant today can cause problems years from now — or not, if you plant carefully. When planting trees, think about how big they will get. Plant them at at least 30 feet from your home, […]