How Do You Ensure Safe Propane Gas Delivery To Your Home?

Posted on: 1 April 2021

At least 10% of US homes use propane gas as an alternative to natural gas and electricity. Propane makes an excellent heating fuel because it burns much slower than natural gas, although it costs more. However, you'll use twice as much natural gas as you would propane to heat your home, which means the cost of the two is almost the same.  That said, propane is much cheaper than electricity. This fuel source is clean, affordable, and more energy-efficient.
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The Green Energy Solutions To Consider For Your Home This Winter Season

Posted on: 25 February 2021

The heating for your home is a major energy expense. Therefore, green energy solutions may be a good investment to reduce the costs of keeping your home warm during the winter months. There is a lot of modern technology that can help you keep your home warm and cozy for less. The following green energy heating solutions are some of the investments you may want to consider for your home this winter season.
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What to Know When Replacing Your AC

Posted on: 23 February 2021

Your air conditioning system won't last forever, even if you do maintain it well. Eventually, your air conditioning system will start to wear down after years of cooling your home. If you notice unequal cooling in your home, unexpected noises coming from your AC, or if your cooling costs have been rising, it's probably time to look into an air conditioner installation. Here are three things that you should know before you decide.
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AC Condenser Coil 101

Posted on: 14 January 2021

The AC condenser coils are located on the exterior unit. They resemble vents on one or more sides of the unit. They serve an important purpose and therefore require proper maintenance.  Purpose The condenser coils on your AC are a necessary part when it comes to the proper functioning of the unit. The coils perform the necessary task of heat exchange—they move hot air out of the unit so that cool air can condense inside and be further cooled for circulation throughout the home.
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