Not Getting What You Need Out Of Your Heater? How To Tell When It’s Time For A New One

31 January 2018
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If you're trying to figure out what to spend your tax refund on, you might want to put a new heater at the top of the list. Installing a new heater is a great way to invest in your home, and put your hard-earned money to work for you. If you haven't thought of a new heater, you should, even if your current heater seems to be working fine. Here are just three of the reasons why investing in a new heater is a good idea. Read More 

How To Make Your Central Heat Or Furnace More Efficient When Your Home Isn’t

11 December 2017
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There are a lot of things that go into keeping your house warm in the winter. And while having an efficient HVAC system is at the top of that list, there are other factors that can cause it to work harder than it needs to. Whether you have poor insulation, a leaky attic, or a hot-blooded roommate that likes to open windows during the coldest part of the year, here are some simple ways to make your central heat work more efficiently so you stay warmer this winter. Read More 

Unusual But Effective Approaches To Oil Heating Blockages

1 November 2017
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Oil heating presents a special set of challenges and unique heating repair problems. Some of these challenges and problems can be fixed in the typical ways, but not all homeowners can do that. Before you call an HVAC specialist, you could try a few unusual but effective approaches to clearing blockages in the oil heating line. (Just make sure your oil heating furnace is shut all the way off first!) Read More 

Heating And Cooling Mold Problems Are More Common Than You Think

27 September 2017
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The presence of mold in heating and cooling systems is a common complaint. Yet, mold problems could be even more common than you think! For one, molds have very minimal needs for survival. For one, it needs water or moist and food to proliferate. For mold, "food" means virtually anything, including organic or even synthetic material like paints, adhesives, and even glass and metal. Preventive Measures Controlling and managing the growth of mold should begin with the preventive measures. Read More 

Concerned About Your New House’s Energy-Efficiency? 3 Strategies For Getting Your Plumbing And Air Up To Speed

11 September 2017
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You have always fallen in love with the charm of an older house, yet you knew when you bought this one that it would require a little fixing up. After all, your new house was built years before people became concerned about energy efficiency. While you are eager to get settled in, spending some time working on components such as the plumbing will help you get the most out of your investment. Read More