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Three Good Reasons To Consider Continuous Attic Ventilation

High attic temperatures in the middle of hot, humid August are unavoidable, but the difference between 100 degrees and 135 degrees is huge.  The lower temperature is possible only if you have proper continuous attic ventilation.  Here are three reasons why a lower temperature and greater air flow in your attic are desirable. Reduces cooling and …

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High-Efficiency HVAC Equipment Calls For Expert Ductwork Design and Installation

It used to be that very little “science” went into the ductwork design in a home cooling and heating system. Often, it simply had to accommodate the structure design instead of the equipment and air space. There could be one room with good air flow because it had a direct link from room register to …

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A Precision Tune-Up Can Keep Your System From Quitting On You When You Really Need It

Preventative maintenance of your home’s heating and cooling systems is very important. Annual or semi-annual maintenance can help prolong the life of your equipment and help you avoid costly repairs in the summer and winter months. A precision tune-up is one the best ways to keep your heating or cooling system from quitting on you …

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Our Best And Easiest DIY Tip: Keep Your Air Filters Fresh

Here’s an easy way to extend the longevity of your heating and cooling system, improve your indoor air quality and control your utility bills all at the same time: Replace your air filter regularly. Filters don’t work as designed when they get dirty.  A dirty filter inhibits air flow and prevents air from circulating well.  …

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