Four Steps To Better Heating Maintenance

Posted on: 12 November 2020
Like everything else in your home, your furnace has to be maintained properly in order to work. Since it's the beginning of winter, it makes sense to have a proper heating system maintenance plan intact so that you can tackle the cold weather and ensure your furnace will be able to stand up to the elements. While you may think that the heating system maintenance plan needs be developed by a professional, there are many things that homeowners can do to prolong the life of their unit in between service calls.
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Five Tips To Evenly Heat Your Home

Posted on: 19 October 2020
Uneven heating can make certain rooms in your home uncomfortably hot or cold. It can also drive up your heating bills. The following strategies can help you avoid these issues. 1. Check the Registers Closed registers are one of the most common reasons for uneven heating. Check all floor and wall registers to make sure they are open and that the vents are angled so that the warm air blows into the room instead of against the wall.
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Smart Furnaces: A Look At The Pros And Cons

Posted on: 14 September 2020
When it is time to pick the type of heat system you want for your home, you will be faced with a fully impressive list of options, especially if you are going with an electric furnace. However, a type of electric furnace that may stand out to you are those bearing that attractive "smart" label. Going with a smart furnace could mean a lot of things depending on the model, but there is an automatic expectation that a smart heating system could potentially simplify your life and save you money.
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What Is Air Sealing?

Posted on: 11 September 2020
We call know that air conditioning costs money, but did you know that it makes up about 12% of the average American's energy bill? Throw heating expenditures into the equation and you've got a lot of money flowing through the ductwork in your home. For homeowners looking to maximize their energy efficiency, air sealing your home is a great way to save a few bucks and reduce the wear and tear on your air conditioning unit.
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