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How to Choose the Best Furnace for Your Home

Maintain Furnace

Choosing a new furnace for your home is an extremely important decision for any homeowner to make. You are investing in the comfort and safety of your home and you must be sure that your furnace is matched to your home for the most efficient heating. Before you begin, we recommend that you schedule a…

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Give the Gift That Keeps on Giving!

Making your home more energy efficient can help save you money all year ‘round.  It’s an easy money-saving gift you can give yourself this holiday season!  Most of us are willing to perform energy efficient practices; we just don’t always know which ones can actually make the biggest impact.  Below is a list of problem…

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Cut Costs & Stay Cool This Summer

As electricity prices are expected to rise along with hot summer temperatures, it’s causing many to look for ways to cut back on expenses. Beat the heat this summer, reduce your air conditioning usage, all while enjoying savings with these simple tips. One easy tip is to seasonally adjust your window treatments, blinds or shades. By…

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Inside Your Air Ducts

The air duct system within your home is responsible for distributing air (cold or hot) throughout your home and returning it back to your equipment so that it can be treated, heated or cooled again, and then redistributed.  Clean, maintained and well-installed ductwork enables your heating and cooling system to run more efficiently and maintain…

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Back to School Savings! (At Home)

Back to School

It’s that time again, the kids are heading back to school and your home will be empty during the day. Just like the back to school savings you took advantage of at the store, you can also take advantage of savings in your home. Follow these tips to start your back to school savings: Have…

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Avoid the Rude Awakening of a Cold Shower!

Are you last in line for the shower every morning or maybe your water heater just isn’t keeping up with the demands anymore?  If it’s time to get a new water heater make sure you know all of your options.  Conventional water heaters, also called storage or tank style water heaters, are the most common…

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Money Down the Toilet

When looking for ways to cut costs many homeowners try to do the around-the-home projects themselves. However, there are certain jobs, especially those dealing with plumbing, which should be left to the professionals. One such example was recently posted on the internet. . . a homeowner seeking to change a toilet seat. It starts out…

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Instant Hot Water with Tankless Water Heaters!

The average household spends $400-600 per year on water heating, making it the second largest energy expenditure after heating and cooling. Water heaters have come a long ways in the last 20 years and are now much more efficient. Yet most Americans still have older conventional water heaters that do not take advantage of these…

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