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The Importance of Home Humidification

Posted on: February 20, 2020

Balancing the humidity levels in your home can be a very simple, yet important, task. Installing a whole house humidifier, to collaborate with your furnace, will provide optimal humidification throughout your entire household. A portable humidifier only covers up to one or two rooms in a single house, compared to a whole home humidifier that […]

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Energy-Efficient HVAC Tax Credits

Posted on: January 10, 2020

When you’re investing in a new HVAC system, every bit of help you can get with the cost is beneficial. Many homeowners are unaware that the federal energy-efficiency tax credits have been reinstated for 2020. This means you can upgrade your HVAC system to a new, more efficient model, and enjoy tax savings as a […]

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3 Ways to Reduce Injury or Death from House Fire

Posted on: November 1, 2018

During a fire, smoke causes diminished vision and lack of oxygen. Consequently, it is the leading cause of injury and death in house fires. The following 3 points could save you and your family in the event of a house fire! 1.Wired Smoke Detector –Most homes come with smoke detectors that are “wired” and have […]

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5 Don’ts for the Holidays

Posted on: October 10, 2018

1. Don’t Wait to Self-Clean Oven – The self-clean feature of your oven pushes the appliance to it’s limits. During the self-clean cycle, it reaches temperatures (in the 800° range) that go well beyond those reached on a normal day of baking. Frequently, the stress from the self-clean cycle can cause the oven to breakdown. […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Professional for Your Heating Maintenance

Posted on: June 5, 2018

1. Stated in Owner’s Manual – All HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) manufacturers state in their owner’s manual (which may also be referred to as Use, Care, or User Information Guide), “annual maintenance must be performed by a trained professional.” Equipment improperly maintained can void the manufacturer’s warranty. 2. Safety – An electronically controlled […]

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Traditional Water Heater VS Tankless VS “Booster”??

Traditional water heaters heat and store water in a large (40- to 120-gallon) tank. These tanks require power or gas to constantly keep the water hot, even when no one is actually using any hot water. Tankless water heaters heat your water on demand by running it over a heating element or through a heat exchanger, and they only consume electricity or gas when you need hot water. Water heater “booster” units sense when you are losing temp and “boost” the temp to give you up to 45% more usable hot water.

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