Stop Bad Ductwork from Stealing Your Money This Winter!

Monday, December 28th, 2015

You have your home all prepared for the winter: the windows are caulked, weather stripping is around the outside doors, the insulation is repaired or replaced, and you’ve arrange for professional maintenance for your heating system. That should make your home energy efficient and keep the heat trapped indoors where it belongs. Have you missed anything?

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Consider a New Gas Furnace for Superior Energy Efficiency

Monday, December 21st, 2015

If you’re like the majority of homeowners, you have a gas furnace to provide warmth to your household during the winter. Gas furnaces are powerful, dependable, and can help keep utility bills under control since natural gas is a less costly fuel than electricity or other heating oils. However, an aging gas furnace will start to turn into an energy-waster: dirt, worn-down components, and other stress on the system will make it work harder than it should.

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4 Reasons There May Be Ice on Your Heat Pump This Winter

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Heat pumps are more popular each year for home heating and cooling. A unit that can take care of your comfort needs throughout the year is, after all, a great investment.

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The Pilot Light Isn’t Burning Blue: What Does That Mean?

Monday, December 7th, 2015

As the cooler weather starts, you’re going to fire up your home’s heater for the season. If you use a gas furnace with a pilot light (either standing or intermittent), one of the first things you should check after you’ve turned it on for the first time is the color of the pilot light. If it’s any other hue aside from a steady blue, something’s wrong. Turn off the furnace and call professionals to inspect the furnace for repair needs.

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