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18
Apr

Attic Ventilation: The Key to Better AC Performance

Your air conditioner is responsible for maintaining home comfort during warm weather. The harder and longer your AC works, the less efficient the system becomes and the greater the wear and tear it ultimately incurs. Keeping your air conditioner in great shape is the best way to reduce home energy usage while ensuring your cooling …

10
Apr

Clean Your Windows and Screens Before the First Heat Wave

It never seems to last long enough, but open-window weather is in full effect across much of North America. It’s the perfect time of year to give your HVAC system a break and let the natural breeze send fresh air coursing through your home. Why not make the most of this time by giving all …

4
Apr

Don’t Let Your HVAC System Open the Door for Pests

For an HVAC system to work well, there must be some exchange of indoor and outdoor air, which can provide an opening for the creepy-crawly critters of the great outdoors. While a well-maintained system has numerous safeguards to prevent them from getting inside, many unwanted house guests only need a tiny amount of space to …

20
Mar

The Overcharged or Undercharged AC: Why You Don’t Want Either!

You may look at the title of this post and think that we’re a bit batty. “It’s summer, it’s hot outside! Why would I want to turn my thermostat up and make it hotter?” Well, we aren’t encouraging you to heat your house. We’re encouraging you (something the Department of Energy does as well) to put your …

10
Mar

Ways to Get the Coolest Cooling from Your AC

Summer time will be back soon, wooo! Okay, actually it’s spring time—and the weather isn’t yet at the point where I can start quoting great song lyrics about summer warmth. (Also, I checked: quoting song lyrics is kind of a “no-no,” and I am very law abiding dog.) But, it is spring, and that means I …

25
Feb

Why is My Heat Pump Smoking!

Hey there everybody! How is 2019 shaping up for you so far? There’s one thing I can tell for certain about what’s coming up in these first few months of the New Year: cold weather. It’s a bit warm for winter right now, but we all know that won’t last. And when the temperature drops, …

17
Feb

4 signs your furnace needs to be replaced

For many, indoor heating is a must-have when outside temperatures begin to dip. Like any appliance, however, furnaces have their limits; when yours goes out, keeping the house warm becomes a much bigger challenge. There are many common signs of new furnace need in the home, some easily observable and others requiring a little more …

10
Feb

Preventing Allergies in Your Home

Spring often comes early in Texas, and you can see that in the level of pollen in the air. Allergy sufferers are probably beginning to sense the changing seasons and are responding appropriately. Allergy medicine becomes more commonly used during this time of year, but there are other options. This blog is going to cover what …

1
Feb

Maximizeing Your Home’s Heating!

Winter in Temple, Texas can be here one week and gone the next; temperatures vary throughout the morning, afternoon, and night. It’s not entirely unlikely that you will continue to use the AC as winter rolls through, only switching to your heater for a short period. That said, we have had pretty cold days so …

21
Jan

7 COST-EFFECTIVE WAYS TO STAY WARM THIS WINTER

Want to keep yourself comfortable this winter at minimum energy costs? Discover these seven (7) incredible ways to stay warm these cold months without crippling your bank account. Stop Air Leakage First things first: block the cold wind from entering your home. These cold months, the outdoor temperature in Temple, Texas can drop to 32 …