Efficiently Keeping Your Home Warm

Posted on: 14 February 2019
Getting optimal performance out of your heating system will require you to be more proactive than you may have originally expected when you bought a home. However, this will be essential for keeping your home both safe and warm. Search for Drafts Drafts can be one of the main causes of the home being cooler than desired. However, homeowners will often fail to search for the drafts that are in their homes.
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Steps Toward Proper Furnace Repair

Posted on: 4 January 2019
When you need your furnace repaired, you want to know that it will be done in a timely manner. There are steps you should take to ensure that your furnace repair is done according to your expectations. When you follow these steps, your furnace will be running and fully functional again in no time. Clear the Most Direct Path to the Furnace If your furnace is in the basement and the back door of your home would be the closest point of entry to reach the furnace, clear a path from the back door to the furnace in the basement.
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Was Your Air Conditioner Partially Under Water? What To Do Now

Posted on: 30 November 2018
If you had some minor flooding around your home and you are not sure if the air conditioning unit may have been damaged or if it was flooded, call an HVAC team before you try to turn it on. You want to make sure that you do not do more damage to it if you try to turn it on, or that you don't put the house at risk of blowing air around that was produced inside the compromised unit.
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Water Heater Limitations: Why The Limitations Exist, And How To Extend The Life Of The Appliance

Posted on: 16 October 2018
Water heaters do not last indefinitely. In fact, most of them are constructed to last somewhere between six and ten years. You will find that to be true when you purchase a water heater with either a six-year warranty or a nine-year warranty. There are reasons why water heaters have these limitations, and there are ways you can extend the life of your water heater a few extra months to a couple of extra years.
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