5 Ways To Lower Your Heating Bills This Winter

Posted on: 9 November 2015

When winter rolls around, one of the things homeowners look forward to the least are heating bills. They can easily cost hundreds of dollars a month, especially if the house is very big. If you are worried about how much your heating costs will be this year, you can make some simple changes. Here are five effective ways to lower your heating bills this winter: Do Something About Those Windows
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3 Signs That Your Heating System Is In Need Of Professional Repair

Posted on: 5 November 2015

If it is important for you and your family to stay nice and warm during the cold winter months, then you need to be aware of the signs that indicate it is time to call in a professional. This way, you will not accidentally wait until you are completely without heat before making that phone call. You Hear A Lot Of Banging Sounds It is not unusual for you to hear a slight noise when the heating system first kicks on.
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How Could A Tornado Damage Your HVAC System?

Posted on: 1 November 2015

Your HVAC system may be the last thing on your mind after a tornado has damaged your home, but it definitely needs to be inspected by a professional. Some damage may not be visible and you may not realize until later that anything is wrong. Not realizing the problem until later could mean the difference between whether or not your insurance company foots the bill. For this reason, it is a good idea to have an understanding of how a tornado could damage your HVAC system.
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Maintain Your AC Unit's Energy Efficiency

Posted on: 17 October 2015

AC efficiency is far from being an immovable feature of your unit. Instead, many factors combine to effect the efficiency of your unit. If you want to boost your unit's energy efficiency, you need to keep your coils clean, improve your home's energy efficiency, and maintain your ducts.  Cleaning Coils Your AC unit has two sets of coils. The evaporator coils on the inside of your house are protected from the elements, so they stay cleaner than the condenser coils located on the outside of your home.
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