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2018

5 Tips To Boost Furnace Efficiency

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It’s incredibly frustrating to see your heating bills rise, but before you run out and get a new furnace, make sure you know the real problem. Even furnaces in great condition can become inefficient due to bad ducts or poor insulation. Check out these five tips to boost efficiency without buying a new furnace. Add Some Insulation to the Attic The building materials that make up your home offer some protection from the heat and cold; however, they have a relatively low R-value, which measures insulating properties.…

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Your Air Conditioner And Moisutre: What You Need To Know

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With the weather warming up and the humidity increasing in many parts of the country, it is not uncommon to have additional moisture in your home. Although your house can seem comfortable when running your air conditioner, that humid air is being circulated through the HVAC and is distributing it back to your house. This can result in several problems. The following are some things that can happen when moist air gets inside and what you can do to prevent them:…

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The Impact Long Winters Have On Your Furnace And How To Handle It

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Long winters, those that keep on going with snowstorms well into April, are definitely no fun for anyone that expects it to be spring. Worse still is the impact of a long winter on your furnace. It induces wear and tear on a furnace that would typically otherwise have been turned off one to two months earlier. Once you finally have the furnace turned off, you may discover that it needs repair.…

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How To Handle The Switch From Heating To Cooling Your Home

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Spring is just around the corner, so it’s time to switch gears from heating to cooling. That means getting your HVAC system ready to handle the transition. Here are a few things you can do to prepare for the upcoming seasonal changes. Reprogram Your Thermostat Each season needs a different set of temperature set points for maximum comfort and efficiency. For optimal spring and summer energy savings, set your programmable thermostat to 78 degrees Fahrenheit for times when you’re at home.…

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