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What Temperature is Too Cold for Your Home?

If you ask a group of people, “What temperature should you set the house at in the winter?” you’ll get a lot of arguing and different answers!

HVAC Fall Maintenance Tips

Service Your Furnace, Heat Pump, or Boiler This Fall Is your home’s heating system ready for the upcoming fall and winter season? To be sure that your air conditioner is properly shut down and your heat is ready to kick in, you will want to go through our list of HVAC fall maintenance tips. Hiring …

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Why Is My Furnace Turning On & Off?

Is your furnace kicking off and on over and over again? This is a common problem with several possible causes—and the team at Ernst Heating & Cooling is here to help you get your furnace up and running again. If your furnace isn’t working and you need immediate assistance in the Illinois area, call Ernst …

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Furnace Buyers Guide

If you have never purchased a furnace—or haven’t purchased one since before the turn of the millennium—buying a new one can be an intimidating prospect. At Ernst Heating & Cooling, we’ve been installing, servicing, and repairing furnaces for more than half a century. Let us be your guide through the world of AFUEs, BTUs, variable …

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Winter-proof Your Home for Energy Efficiency

Do your energy bills shoot up when winter hits? Do you feel cold air sneaking in around your home’s doors and windows? Get your Metro East Illinois home ready for cold weather with these smart winter-proofing tasks. The Usual Suspects: Doors and Windows They are the most susceptible spots in your house—any compromise in the …

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Use These Tips to Lower the Heating Bills of Your Greenville Home

Everyone in Southwest Illinois loves lower heating bills. Luckily there are many things you can do to make this happen. Follow some of these suggestions and leave extra money in your wallet this winter:  Service your heater.  Having your furnace, heat pump or whatever you use to heat your home tuned up, filters replaced, and …

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Choosing A Heating Contractor? Make A Wise Choice

Picking a new and efficient heating system for your Metro-East home is the first step toward enjoying greater comfort with lower utility bills this winter. The second step is choosing a heating contractor who can complete the installation correctly. Poor installation can decrease a system’s efficiency by up to 30 percent, causing higher energy bills, …

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Online HVAC Deals — 3 Reasons Dealing With A Local Contractor Is A Safer Investment

To a large extent, buying merchandise online has replaced dealing with local businesses. Sometimes, this has worked well for the consumer. Other times, it creates more problems for the buyer than the money saved on an online purchase. One area that has not worked well for consumers is with online HVAC deals. Problems With Online …

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Getting A Grip On Your Heating Costs

Living in the Midwest, you know that finding ways to manage heating costs is a priority every winter. In fact, heating costs often comprise well over half of a homeowner’s total energy budget, so it’s wise to figure out how you can reduce heating costs, without impacting home comfort. There are a variety of ways …

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Heat Pump Operation And Benefits — What You Should Know

If you aren’t familiar with the benefits of a heat pump, it’s time to get the facts. Heat pumps have become an increasingly popular heating and cooling solution for homeowners in the Edwardsville area. They’re efficient, affordable and offer a level of convenience and comfort that’s hard to beat. The biggest question most people have is …

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