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How old is your home heating system? How much are your heating bills each winter? Did you know that your heating bill could be much higher than it needs to be if your heating system is outdated or not well maintained? To find out what it could cost to update your heating system and lower the cost of heating your home for next winter, take a moment to visit my website. I have learned this past winter just how much money can be saved by spending money on an updated heating system. Find out how much I have saved this year and what changes I made to achieve the savings.

Roofing And Windows To Reduce Cooling Costs

When you set out to decrease your cooling costs, buying the most energy-efficient equipment you can find is a good place to start. On the other hand, if your home heats up as fast as or faster than your AC system can cool it down, you may still end up overpaying to cool your home. Thus, you need to take steps to decrease heat gain in order to reap the full benefits of an energy-efficient cooling system. Read More 

Less Wear Means Less Furnace Repair

You do not need advanced training as a heating, air conditioning, and ventilation technician to understand that the more a furnace runs, the more it wears down. Thus, if you want to reign in repair costs—especially with an older furnace—then you need to find ways to reduce the load on your furnace. Improving the seals around doors and installing seals on your windows will help.  The Problem with Windows As cold air moves across the outer surface of a window, it absorbs heat from the window itself. Read More 

Should You Use A Heat Pump In Your Home?

Installing a furnace is not the only way to heat a home. In fact, there are some limitations of a furnace that you can improve on by using a different heating system. For example, a heat pump can be an attractive alternative to a furnace. Choosing between the two will depend as much on the heating demands you face with your home as it will on which of the two options is more efficient. Read More 

Optimizing the Function of Your Condenser Coils

Condenser coils are located on the outside of your house; thus, they are subject to everything that Mother Nature can throw their way. If you do nothing to protect them, they will never function as efficiently as they could. Luckily, you do not need a degree in thermodynamics in order to take steps to improve the function of your coils.  Throw Some Shade Coils that are exposed to direct sunlight will absorb the sun's energy and heat up. Read More 

How To Get Your Commercial Air Conditioner Ready For The Summer

When the summer arrives and the temperatures start to rise, you will be relying on your building's air conditioner to do its job and keep the inside cool. However, don't wait until you have triple-digit heat to discover the HVAC unit is having issues. Here are some tips for getting it ready and maintained before summer gets here. Replace Your Filters Whether you have reusable or disposable air filters in the HVAC unit, now is a good time to replace them with new ones. Read More