Keeping Your Home Comfortable

AC: Window Units Vs. Centralized Systems

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When it comes to residential air conditioning, there are many ways to cool down your home. If you are currently just relying on opening your windows and using fans to circulate air, this might not be enough. You might be tempted to invest in window AC units, or you might even want to make a more sizable investment into a central AC system. This article compares window AC units with central AC systems.…

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Heating Efficiency Tips For Freeze-Cats

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Winter is coming and, like every year, you are probably dreading it. Are you one of those people who cannot stand being cold but are worried about skyrocketing utility bills? Fear no more. Below are tips on how to achieve that delicate balance between keeping warm and keeping your utility bills low. Heat only the rooms you are using. No need to heat the bathroom or the spare room in the attic when not in use.…

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How To Maintain A Functional Heat Pump

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Heating and cooling your home can cost a lot of money. Often, the largest percentage of your electricity usage will come from the cost of running your heater or air conditioner. This is why you always want to make sure they are running at peak efficiency. The heat pump is a particularly important component of both your heating and cooling processes. That is, if your furnace’s heat pump is not working properly, your air conditioner, no matter how matter new and energy efficient it is, will not be very productive.…

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