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January 4, 2018

5 HVAC Resolutions to Adopt

If you’re like most people, you come up with New Year’s resolutions every year. Some you stick with and some you don’t. But you’d likely follow through on a resolution if you knew it would result in significant savings. That’s exactly the case with HVAC resolutions.   Follow these recommendations and see meaningful reductions in your heating and cooling bills in 2018. Commit to checking your furnace (or A/C) filter at least once a month during high-uses seasons like winter […]
December 12, 2017

Common HVAC Installation Mistakes and How They Cost You

Choosing new a new HVAC system could be one of the most complicated purchases you make as a homeowner. While it’s important to pick the best one for your home, the quality of the HVAC installation is just as important as the equipment you choose. Before selecting a contractor, be sure the company will: Size it carefully. A reputable HVAC contractor will complete a detailed load calculation using Manual J software. It requires inputs about the specifics of your home’s […]
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 […]