Category: Tips & Tricks

Maintaining your Furnace in the Summer

Replacing Furnace Filter

July 16, 2018

Just because the weather is warm, it doesn’t mean you should forget about your furnace until the fall. Here are some tips for maintaining your furnace during the off-season. Switch off the pilot light If you have an older furnace, it may have a pilot light that should be switched off when the furnace is […]

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Commercial HVAC Maintenance Tips

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July 2, 2018

Your company’s heating and cooling system is a vital part of your business operations. A properly working HVAC system will keep your customers and staff comfortable and safe. Ensure your equipment is functioning correctly with these commercial HVAC maintenance tips. Schedule regular maintenance Similar to your home’s HVAC equipment, your commercial system should be inspected […]

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Heat Gain 101

man insulating attic

June 18, 2018

As it gets nicer out, if your home is feeling warmer than usual, you may have an issue with heat gain. Learn about this pesky problem, the effect it can have on your energy bills and how you can work to prevent it. What is heat gain? Heat gain refers to the increase in indoor […]

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Staying Safe in Extreme Summer Heat

Hot Outside Temperature Dial

June 4, 2018

Warm weather is finally here and while it’s certainly time for some fun in the sun, extreme heat can lead to dehydration and even more serious health issues. Follow these tips to stay safe and cool during the summer heat. Keep your home cooled to an optimal temperature Be sure you’re properly maintaining your air […]

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Home Water Heater Safety Tips

Hot water tank and furnace

May 21, 2018

A water heater is one of those appliances that you don’t really think about until you need to. However, similar to your home’s HVAC system, water heaters require careful attention and maintenance in order to ensure that they remain safe and efficient. Simply follow our tips below to keep your family out of harm’s way. […]

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Why Same-Day Emergency HVAC Service is Important

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May 7, 2018

If you’ve ever experienced a problem with your air conditioner or furnace, you know the importance of receiving quick and reliable service. From preventing additional problems from occurring to simply keeping your family safe, read on to discover why you should look to an HVAC company that offers 24/7/365 same-day service and repair. Why is […]

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Thermostat Hack: Use This Setting When Vacuuming and Dusting

woman vacuuming

April 23, 2018

Have you ever found that when you vacuum or dust your home, it does more harm than good? Like you’re just pushing dirt and dust around without actually picking it up? That’s because both vacuuming and dusting can re-release dust particles and other debris back into the air. This can cause the indoor air quality […]

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HVAC Warranty Basics: Understanding Your Warranty & What’s Covered

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April 9, 2018

A warranty is typically something you don’t think much about until after it’s too late. However, with an investment as big as your HVAC system, it’s really something you should think about much sooner. Ensure you are protected by understanding the basics. What is an HVAC warranty? There are a couple of different levels of […]

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How to Use Landscaping to Lower Your HVAC Bills

landscaping

March 26, 2018

With spring right around the corner, you may have yard work on the mind. While landscaping can add beauty to the outside of your home, did you know that it can also be a great way to cut energy costs? Read on to learn more. Use shade trees By strategically planting shade trees on the […]

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Signs That it’s Time to Replace Your Commercial HVAC Equipment

commercial hvac

March 12, 2018

While properly maintaining the HVAC equipment in your facility or office will prolong its life, like most systems and machines, it will eventually need replaced. Read on to discover when it may be time for an upgrade. Your HVAC equipment may be on its way out if . . . Your facilities team is getting […]

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