The thermostat is an essential yet often overlooked part of your home. A heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system allows you to regulate temperatures indoors, and a thermostat is the system’s brain. You can interact with this device to switch your system on and off as necessary.
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Your Fall Home Safety and Comfort Checklist The kids are back in school and we are finally, or hopefully, done with the heat and humidity for the year. It’s time we start to focus on having our homes ready for cooler weather. Don’t wait until it’s cold to get a jump on some of these […]
If you rely on a heat Pump or electric to heat your home, you could be in for a surprise. Utility costs can soar when the temperature dips, especially for homes whose primary heat source is electric. A typical home’s biggest energy consumer is the HVAC system then followed by the water heater. Compound that […]
Plus steps for making sure the new filter has been installed properly. It’s a question we receive all the time, ‘How often should I change my air filter?’, and every homeowner with a forced air system should have a rough idea of how often their air filter should be changed. Unfortunately, it’s not so cut […]
What steps do we take to keep your home and our community safe? We’re hearing about the new Coronavirus or COVID-19 everywhere, so, we wanted to share with you our current and on-going measures to combat the spread of any viruses or germs. Also steps you can take to keep your home protected. As a […]
Reasons for a Hot Second Floor and How to Cool It Down Temperature differences from the first floor to a second floor can cause significant discomfort in your home. The most common rationale for a warmer second floor is that “heat rises”. Although somewhat true, this is far from the main culprit of an uncomfortable […]
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