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Choosing an HVAC Contractor: How Does Yours Rate?

Choosing the right HVAC contractor can be quite a challenge. There are so many contractors that it can be very difficult to find a reliable professional HVAC contractor who’s best suited for your project needs. Some contractors claim to be professionals, but they are actually far from it in terms of having the right credentials.…

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Summer’s Waning, but the A/C Still Needs Some Care

Summer is on its way out, and the weather is beginning to cool, but be sure not to neglect your A/C maintenance routine. Now is a good time to get ahead on caring for your air conditioning system that worked so hard to keep you cool and comfortable all summer. Here are a few tips…

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Forgot Your Furnace Inspection? There’s Still Time

If you didn’t get your home’s furnace inspected this fall, don’t despair. There’s never a better time than the present if you’ve neglected furnace maintenance for a year or more. A furnace inspection and precision tuneup can help you save money on energy bills, improve home comfort, reduce future repairs, extend the service life of…

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Before Hiring A Contractor, Check With NATE

When it comes to home repairs, you want to make sure that the job is done right, by a contractor who’s knowledgeable of the latest in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) techniques. To help you make the right choice, you need to turn to NATE. What’s NATE? NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence,…

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Understanding What MERV Ratings Mean for Air Filter Efficiency

Understanding the minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) for HVAC filters will help you select an appropriate furnace or A/C filter based on the needs of your household without sacrificing heating and cooling performance. MERV ratings range between 1-16 (with 17-20 reserved for High Efficiency Particulate Arresting, or HEPA, filters). As a general rule of thumb,…

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors: What Features Should You Look For

Setting out to buy carbon monoxide (CO) detectors for your home is a wise decision. Detectors placed wisely around your home will protect you from unexpected CO leaks that could be lethal. Don’t think that all detectors are built the same, though, some have different features that may be better for your home. Basic Features…

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Geothermal A/C: Comfortable, Clean and Quiet Cooling for Your Home

While many people look to the sun for green energy, there’s a more dependable option right under your feet; geothermal A/C utilizes the constant temperatures that are found several underground to provide cooling at efficiencies that are unmatched by traditional A/C. These constant underground temperatures are found basically everywhere, and there are a range of…

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Check Your Insulation for Fall

Americans spend a lot of money on energy to ensure comfortable living, especially during the cold of winter and heat of summer.  To get the most out of the money you spend on heating and cooling, it is important to have sufficient insulation. This will help keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer…

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A Storage Tank Water Heater: Why It Works Best for Some Households

Tankless or “on demand” water heaters are growing in popularity in the U.S., though for many homes, the old standby, the storage tank water heater, remains the best choice. It offers a dependable and convenient source of hot water, and the new generation of storage water heaters is much more energy efficient than they ever where in…

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Furnace On Its Last Leg? When To Repair Or Replace

If you own a home, it’s likely that you’ll experience a broken furnace at some point. When your furnace does break, you’ll be faced with a challenging question. Is it better to replace or repair? There’s no hard and fast rule in the furnace repair or replace dilemma. Every furnace issue is unique. However, there…

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