3 Ways That Radiant Heating Can Reduce Your Heating Bills

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One of the most useful heating systems to consider that will reduce your heating bills throughout the winter is radiant heating. Radiant heating works on the principle of heat transfer that uses heating elements within your walls and floors to heat those surfaces, after which the heated walls and floors will begin transferring heat into the rest of the home. Listed below are three ways that radiant heating can reduce your heating bills.

3 June 2016

DIY Furnace Cabinet Maintenance

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The furnace in your central HVAC System does a lot more than just provide heat. Some homeowners mistakenly think that the furnace only affects the heating system in their house. In fact, the furnace also affects the functionality of the air conditioner. This is why there is never a bad time to service your furnace. Even the simplest DIY furnace repairs can increase the energy efficiency of your air conditioner and heating system.

21 March 2016

3 Ways To Extend The Life Of Your Air Conditioner

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Spring and summer are fast approaching. It won't be long before you are going to have to turn your air conditioning system on to help cool your home down. With all of the added use, you can expect to end up spending a little money on repairs and maintenance costs. However, there are things that you can do to help extend the life of your air conditioning system. Check out these three simple tips below.

21 March 2016

3 Questions To Ask When Scheduling A Duct Cleaning Appointment

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Your ductwork is responsible for taking the hot or cold air and circulating it throughout your home. Oftentimes, many individuals never think twice about their ductwork. They just think of it as being there. However, you need to take the time to have your ductwork cleaned on a regular basis to get rid of all the contaminants lurking beneath of the surface. To help you better prepare for your upcoming appointment, here are three questions to ask the duct cleaning professionals.

15 March 2016

Rainwater Threatening Your Condensing Unit's Concrete Slab? Stop The Problem With These Tips

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If rainwater from the home's gutters tends to puddle on the soil near your outdoor condensing unit and doesn't dry up for days at a time, you may be concerned that the water will eventually affect the concrete slab beneath the unit. Your concerns are valid.  Although concrete slabs are designed to keep your condensing unit even or level on the ground, rainwater may become a big problem if it causes the concrete slab to sink on one side.

15 March 2016

Space Heaters Vs Heat Pumps

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If your furnace has been getting old or is just costing you more money than you would like, then it might be time for an upgrade. However, shopping for a new heater can be a real hassle, particularly if you don't know exactly what you're looking for. Some options will be cheap to install, while others might offer better efficiency. To help you find the heater that is perfect for your home, here are some of the more popular alternatives to a central furnace:

14 March 2016

Three Great Reasons To Choose A Propane Heating System

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If you're preparing to have a new heating system installed in your home, one of the decisions you'll need to make is the type of fuel that will power that system. One choice that is readily available in most areas and is certainly worth your consideration is propane. This clear gas is abundant in the United States, and there are many models of furnaces and boilers that can be powered by it.

14 March 2016