What to Look For in a Heating Company

How do you know who to trust when your furnace experiences problems and needs a professional? It can be hard to find a reliable company with the expertise to get the job done right the first time. Look for the following when deciding whom to hire to repair or maintain your heating system: Experienced company with highly trained technicians. When researching heating companies, look for a business that has been around for a number of years and check to make sure they provide the most up-to-date training. Reputable companies will promote that their employees are NATE or EPA certified and
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How to Use a Ceiling Fan to Warm Your Home

Ceiling fans are great for helping to cool a room during the summer months, but did you know your ceiling fan can also help keep your house warm during the winter? Hot air from your furnace naturally rises to the ceiling, so it makes sense to use a ceiling fan to push the air back down. Here’s how:
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The Top 5 Ways to Make Your Basement More Energy Efficient

Basements are commonly the coldest parts of the house during the winter months, and can be the culprit for allowing drafts into your home and moisture to thrive in unwanted spaces. Unfortunately, all of this will cost you on your home’s overall energy efficiency and will increase your bills. Take these steps to make your basement a more energy efficiency space and save!  Don’t underestimate the difference proper insulation can make. Basements can often be drafty areas of the home, so the thermostat is working to warm a space that is losing the heat, causing your furnace to have to
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The Facts about a High Efficiency Furnace

When you need to buy a new furnace for your home or business, it’s important to take the time to think about the best product for your needs. Today’s high efficiency furnaces are a smart way to go, especially considering the many financial and environmental benefits. Here is what you need to know about a high efficiency furnace: Every furnace comes with an efficiency rating known as the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, or AFUE. The rating is displayed as a percentage and it reflects how well the furnace converts fuel into heat for your home or business. The most efficient
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What You Need to Know About High Efficiency Furnaces

Before you replace your existing furnace with another one of the same-old, been-around-for-years models, consider researching why a high efficiency furnace is the way to go in 2014. Just like you probably wouldn’t drive a car that got 5 miles to the gallon, you more than likely also don’t want to pay for extra, unnecessary fuel and energy to heat your home. To get you started on your research of high efficiency furnaces, consider the following: 1)      The Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) – It is calculated as a percentage, and the higher the percentage the better, just like those
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Make Your Home Feel New Again in 3 Easy Steps

School has started and everyone is back into the swing of normalcy that only comes at the end of a long summer, so this may not be the best time to move or upgrade your home. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t feel like you live in a new home. Here are some quick projects you can undertake to make your home feel new again. 1)     Clean your carpets. You can either clean them yourself with a rental cleaner from a home improvement or grocery store, or pay for a company to clean them professionally. If you have pets and/or
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Don’t wait until it’s hot!!!! Summer is not far away!!!!!!

You should be thinking about having you’re Air Conditioning serviced or replaced if need be before the weather changes. If you wait until the weather gets hot you may be waiting longer then you would like. During the hot summer months our technicians are very busy, however, scheduling your maintenance and thinking ahead will save you from any discomfort.
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Business is Booming

The numbers from 2011 in the US for that GeoThermal Heat Pumps sales grew again to just a few units less than 150,000 installs for the year. And are projected to sale 326,000 units annually in 2017. That is a growth rate of 14% per year during some of the worst economic conditions of our time. GeoThermal is the fastest growing segment of the entire HVAC industry. The use of GeoThermal Heat Pumps integrated with energy management systems, programmable thermostats and minimizing Utility Companies demand based pricing, will give homeowners and companies powerful new capabilities for heating and cooling while
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