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Dec

Need a New Heater? Choose a Heat Pump!

There are a lot of different options out there when it comes to the ways in which homeowners may choose to heat their homes these days. Sure, summers are a lot more intense around here than winters are in terms of extreme weather. Our mild winter weather, however, should not imply that your home heating system is …

17
Dec

Tips for Better Heating Efficiency

When it comes to extreme weather here in Texas, we’re obviously going to be talking about the heat and humidity of the summer season. However, the fact that our winters are nowhere near as extreme as the summer season in terms of weather does not mean that your home heating system is any less important. It also does not …

10
Dec

Happy Holidays

Happy holidays! The countdown to Christmas day is here! For many families around the North TexasArea, that means a lot of holiday parties, baking, festive home decorations, and many errands in the rainy weather trying to find the perfect gifts.   The Christmas season is full of memories and traditions! It’s definitely a very busy time …

3
Dec

5 Tips To Prepare Your Home for Freezing Temperatures

Our local news stations are reporting that this week, we will see our first big drop in temperatures . With the onset of winter, this is bound to happen, but is your home prepared for the upcoming cold weather? Here are five tips to help you prepare your home for freezing temperatures. Tip #1: Keep …

27
Nov

Furnace Maintenance Tips and Services to Prepare for Winter

Your HVAC system should be serviced every season. Furnace in the fall and air conditioning in the late spring or early summer. The only exception is if any components were replaced and is brand new for the up and coming season. Even if your furnace ran flawlessly the winter before, why not keep it running that way? Here are …

11
Nov

Special Notes About Uncoated Brass Appliance Connectors

Important Product Safety Notice Flexible gas appliance connectors join gas piping in the wall directly to a gas appliance. It the connector is uncoated and made of brass, it may present a potential fire hazard – these connectors may crack or break, leading to a fire or explosion with the potential for injuries or death. …

4
Nov

Heating & Cooling Tips

Heating and cooling your home uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in your home — typically making up about 54% of your utility bill. No matter what kind of heating and cooling system you have in your house, you can save money and increase your comfort by properly maintaining and …

25
Oct

Awful Smells which You Shouldn’t Ignore

A home in Temple, is a temple to live a comfortable life and any type of stinky smells spoiling its purity would surely not be acceptable by any of the house members at any cost. Though, you could take measures using candles and air fresheners to neutralize the effects of the smells, but these remedies …

16
Oct

WINTERIZING YOUR HVAC SYSTEMS: DO’S AND DON’TS

Heating and cooling your home is responsible for about 43% of your monthly utility bill (and that’s assuming everything is working properly). In order to ensure that you’re not spending a small and unnecessary fortune on your HVAC systems, you should focus on properly winterizing them in the fall. Not only will this limit downtime …

6
Oct

HOW CAN I TELL IF I NEED DUCT SEALING?

A lot of people rely upon air ducts in order to distribute heated and cooled air throughout their homes. If you are one of these people, you are wise to remember that damaged or leaky ductwork can have seriously negative implications for your comfort, your air quality, and the condition of your HVAC system. The …

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