Prepping Your Furnace For Winter: 4 Tips

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The weather outside is getting colder, which means it’s time to turn on the furnace. Before you turn on the furnace for the start of the season, you’ll need to do some prep work to your appliance to get it in top shape to ensure it works efficiently all season long. See below for a list of tasks to complete before the season begins: 1. Clean Air Vents Over summer your vents may have accumulated with quite a bit of dust and other debris.…

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3 Choices Of Geothermal Heat Pumps For HVAC Energy Savings All Year

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The main component of a geothermal HVAC system is the heat pump, which is a type of thermal exchange system. These systems use a loop that exchanges the thermal energy to provide your HVAC system with thermal energy for both heating and cooling. Geothermal systems are great for year-round energy savings, but you will want to choose the type of loop that is right for your home. Here are some of the different choices for a geothermal heat pump to make your HVAC system more efficient:…

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Home Cooling Guide

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For those living in a home without air conditioning, the option of having one installed for the first time means that there is a major decision to be made. There are three main forms of air conditioners and a few methods of actually cooling the home to choose between. The following guide can help you do just that. Cooling Units When comes to cooling, you have three primary choices – a central AC unit, a window unit, or a mini-split unit.…

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