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Tips to Get Your HVAC System Ready for Spring

Tips to Get Your HVAC System Ready for Spring

Spring is a welcome season after the long, cold,  dreary months of winter. While the sun shines and the temperature is just right, the work isn’t over for your HVAC system. In fact, your heating and cooling needs may not change at all when winter’s over – though they may end up at the opposite …

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Avoiding Common Furnace Repair Mistakes

Avoiding Common Furnace Repair Mistakes

Having to give your furnace a tune-up is unavoidable. While this may seem like a straightforward task, DIY repairs can actually be surprisingly complex, even for an experienced homeowner. This difficulty means it’s easy to make a mistake that may lead to unnecessary expenses or even put you and your home in a dangerous situation.

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How Candles Affect Indoor Air Quality

How Candles Affect Indoor Air Quality

Candles are exquisite interior decor elements that enhance the atmosphere of a room and even highlight certain focal points. Before you light that candle for your romantic dinner, though, it’s important to note that they can change the air quality in your home – and not in a good way!

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What Should Be on Your Energy Audit Checklist?

What Should Be on Your Energy Audit Checklist?

Energy efficiency is the goal for many homeowners, but most aren’t even aware of what factors are at play. This is understandable, as there are many , from the weather to the type of HVAC system and even the electronic equipment you’ve installed in your home.

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