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What are BTUs and What Do They Mean for You?

The time comes for us all. Whether we want to or not, we’ve eventually got to shop for a new air conditioner or heater. Maybe we’ve got more space than we know what to do with, or a new member of the family is taking up a previously unused bedroom and needs some extra heat. […]

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Indoor Air Quality Resolutions for the New Year

Now that the calendar has flipped to a brand-new year, you’ve almost certainly got a lot of resolutions on your plate that you’re trying to take care of. We know we do! But in addition to the usual, have you thought about how your home’s indoor air quality could use some New Year’s Resolutions for […]

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Preparing Your Home’s HVAC Unit for the New Year

New Year’s resolutions are notorious for not lasting very long. We decide to go to the gym or start eating right, but that lasts for just a little while before we’re back to our old habits. While that may be the case for certain resolutions, the ones for your HVAC unit can last all year […]

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Decoding the Smells Coming From Your Furnace

No, your nose didn’t betray you. Now that the temperature has dropped and you’ve begun using your furnace once again, sometimes you might notice some out-of-the-ordinary smells. While not all of these smells indicate an urgent issue, some serve as bright warning signs that you need to put in a call to your service provider […]

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What to Ask When Buying a Furnace

Buying an appliance of any kind is a strenuous task, but it’s especially important to make sure you do your due diligence when purchasing a furnace. This is an important appliance that is vital to your family’s comfort. It’s one of the few things that can truly make or break a home, and you don’t […]

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3 Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer

What’s the best part of the holiday season? You might say that it’s the lights on everyone’s homes, or the festive decorations you finally get to put back up. It also might be the food you enjoy making, or it could be the wide-eyed wonder your kids get on Christmas morning. But the true spirit […]

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Preparing Your HVAC Unit for Winter

Your central heating unit is already prepped for colder temperatures — you took care of that a few weeks back when you got it ready for fall. However, you’re not totally out of the woods yet! Now that winter is just over the horizon, it’s time to adjust your preparation just a bit for the […]

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Optimizing Fall Heating with a Zoned Air System

Figuring out how to efficiently heat your home is a tough task, and it’s made even harder as we transition to colder weather and tinker with the best way to adjust the heating schedule. Because of the way heating works, you aren’t afforded the freedom to customize your heating pattern the way you want – […]

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Indoor Air Quality Tips for a Comfortable Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. The time spent with family and friends, feasting around a table together, creates some incredible memories, and you don’t want something as irritating as poor air quality getting in the way of it. Few things have the potential to ruin a promising Thanksgiving like yucky, contaminant-filled air, and we […]

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How to Know When to Replace Your Furnace

Your furnace is always there in your home, silently purring as it keeps powering the air system that flows throughout your home. However, there comes a time when it – like all appliances – has to go. The problem is figuring out when you should pull the trigger, so to speak, and swap it out […]

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