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Timing Your HVAC Maintenance Appropriately

When it comes to getting the best value for your money out of an HVAC maintenance or service appointment it's all about the timing. Certain times of the year are more beneficial than others, and that tends to be largely seasonal, but the specifics vary by region. In order to decide on the best time to schedule your service appointment, it's a good idea to first understand how several factors impact the HVAC trade. Read More 

3 Ways To Extend The Life Of Your Air Conditioning System

With spring and summer coming up in no time, more and more people are getting ready for the warm season. This means preparing their air conditioning unit to handle the grueling temperatures and constant use. But, how can you make sure your unit doesn't end up breaking down on you at the most inopportune time of the year? If you are looking for ways to extend the life of your air conditioning system, start by implementing these three simple tips into the equation. Read More 

The Benefit Of A Condensing Furnace With A Modulating Motor

You might think that you have to have a degree in thermodynamics in order to understand how a furnace works, and how the components used in the furnace work together to determine how efficient the furnace will be, but even a layman should understand what to look for when buying a highly efficient furnace. At the very least, you need to appreciate having two heat exchangers and a modulating motor.  Read More 

3 Tips For Finding A New Plumber

Cleaning a toilet can be a real annoying task.  Finding a new plumber can also be annoying.  However, it doesn't have to be as complicated as you might think. It can be a lot easier if you have a few tips on hand so you can make sure you choose the right plumber for your entire toilet, piping, faucet and other plumbing related needs. To find someone who is going to get the job done right, be on the lookout for the three things below. Read More 

3 Simple Steps For Preventing Heat Pump Freeze-Ups

It's not out of the ordinary for a small amount of frost to form on a heat pump. However, that light dusting of frost can easily turn into a thick sheet of ice under the right circumstances, preventing your heat pump from functioning properly. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can prevent ice buildup from stopping your heat pump dead in its tracks. Change Your Air Filter Regularly Your heat pump air filter traps all sorts of dust, debris and other airborne particles. Read More