Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning, Heating and Ventilation’ Category

How to Get a Good Price on Your Furnace Installation

December 22, 2011 in Air Conditioning & Heating

As winter starts to hit, you’re likely considering the quality of your furnace. If your furnace is 10 years or older, or has inefficient parts, you are smart to consider this important part of your home. A furnace that needs... read full post →

5 Warning Signs That Your Furnace is On the Fritz

December 20, 2011 in Air Conditioning & Heating

With cold weather upon you, you may have your furnace on the brain. There’s nothing that calls this important appliance to mind like knowing that something about it isn’t right. Perhaps it’s old enough that you know... read full post →

How to Replace Your Gas Heater Cost-Effectively

December 15, 2011 in Air Conditioning & Heating

If you, like much of the country, have been hit lately with gusty winds, sleet, and stormy winter weather, then the efficiency of your gas furnace might be on your mind. When running well, it’s easy to forget the importance of upkeep... read full post →

Is Your Heat Pump Due for a Pick-Me-Up?

October 18, 2011 in Air Conditioning & Heating

If you live in seasonal temperatures, you know that heat pumps are heaven-sent. Providing heating and cooling year-round, they offer comfort on both the hottest days of summer days and the chilliest of winter nights. But, without an... read full post →

Keep Warm with Rebates on Home Furnace Installations

October 11, 2011 in Air Conditioning & Heating

With cold temperatures quickly approaching, time’s running out to check on your home heating system. You don’t want to wait until your teeth are chattering in your own living room to consider what it takes to get your home... read full post →
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