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December 7, 2017

Give the Gift of Home Comfort This Christmas

If you’re having a hard time coming up with unique Christmas gift ideas this year, why not give your spouse and family or someone else you care about the gift of greater home comfort? Here are some spectacular gifts that anyone on your shopping list will truly appreciate: Smart Thermostats Giving your family the gift of a smart thermostat has a double benefit: it will help you save energy and money, plus it will give everyone a more comfortable living […]
December 5, 2017

When to Consider a Heat Recovery Ventilator

A heat recovery ventilator (HRV) represents a new solution to household ventilation issues. With today’s tightly-sealed energy efficient homes, it’s more critical than ever to get fresh air into the house. In the enclosed environment, indoor air quality suffers as pollutants, water vapor and airborne particulates accumulate. Exhaust Fans Aren’t Enough Simply exhausting indoor air with one-way exhaust fans isn’t an optimum solution. Because stagnant air removed from the house isn’t replaced by equal amounts of fresh air, the home […]
November 30, 2017

5 Green Heating Options for Your Home

Going green is no longer just a trend – it’s a way of life. These days, people are being urged to make changes that will help improve the planet. You can do your part with the use of green heating; that is, the use of more environmentally friendly ways to heat your home.   Here are five techniques that many homeowners are turning to: Solar Energy If you’ve been thinking about going green at home, it’s likely that you’ve considered […]
November 28, 2017

Common Heat Exchanger Issues

Your gas furnace’s heat exchanger plays an important role when it comes to delivering reliable heat. This crucial component extracts heat from passing exhaust gases and transfers that heat to the indoor air passing over it. It’s not unusual for heat exchangers to develop the following issues at some point in their working lifespan. Rust and Corrosion Heat exchangers are particularly vulnerable to rust damage and corrosion, usually from exposure to excess moisture. In many cases, corrosion can form when […]