Ways Your Home May Be Fighting Your Efforts To Keep It At A Comfortable Temperature

Posted on: 25 August 2015

The best scenario for you and your family when it's hot or cold outside will be being in a comfortable home with low energy bills. However, this may not be the case. When the heat or cold air you generate in your home is allowed to escape, it makes your HVAC system work harder to replace that lost air. This puts more wear and tear on your system and raises your bills.
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Three Keys To Optimizing AC Performance

Posted on: 17 July 2015

To achieve the optimal performance from an AC unit, you have to do more than change your filter from time to time. In fact, to get the best performance from your AC unit, you have to be willing to maintain it, enhance it, and ensure that it has to run as little as possible. With a strategic approach to cooling your home, you get a system that runs with high efficiency and, thus, saves you money.
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Warm Attention | Keeping A Close Eye On The Elderly Through The Winter

Posted on: 7 July 2015

As your parent, grandparent, or other aging elderly family member grows older, their health will definitely start to be more of a concern. Not only may they be struggling with health issues, but they may have a tendency to forget things, and perhaps even a stubborn attitude about asking you for help. During the winter months when the weather turns colder, this combination of elderly issues and mentality can really get dangerous.
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Top Reasons Your Air Conditioner May Be Working Inefficiently

Posted on: 24 June 2015

Now that summer has arrived, are you wondering if your air conditioner is operating at peak efficiency? Does it seem like your air conditioner worked better when you used it last year? It's not always easy to tell whether the solution is simple or whether you'll be needing major air conditioning repair. Here are some common issues and their solutions: Mold in your air conditioner: As air flows over your air conditioner's coils, it becomes cool and can bring moisture, which will condense on the coils themselves.
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