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How to Cut Heating Costs This Winter

Keeping the house warm during a cold winter is obviously a top priority, but the price tag of warm bliss can quickly add up. It can be difficult to figure out how to bring your heating costs down to manageable numbers, especially since investing in a more efficient heater is such a daunting upfront investment.…

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Winterizing Your HVAC Properly

Winterizing Your HVAC Properly

Even though your HVAC system doesn’t work nearly as hard from November to March as it does in the summer, it’s still important to winterize your HVAC equipment to get the most from it. Tending to it will cut your heating costs and increase its reliability for the coldest temperatures we may experience. Outdoors Clean…

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HVAC-Inspired Costumes

HVAC-Inspired Costumes

Regular readers of our blog have surely noticed our tendency to tackle serious topics that are designed to make your lives easier and more comfortable. Today, however, we’re going to shift gears and have a bit of fun while we discuss HVAC-inspired Halloween costumes using tools and components that you and your children can enjoy…

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Ideal HVAC Settings for Mild Weather

Ideal HVAC Settings for Mild Weather

Most of us in Texas can’t wait for the milder weather that fall brings. Still, milder weather also heralds some difficulties when it comes to determining our fall HVAC settings. Sometimes, it’s cool enough that we can actually turn the air conditioner off and open the windows, particularly at night, although the high humidity of…

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Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Affecting the U.S. HVAC Industry

Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Affecting the U.S. HVAC Industry

The reality of steel and aluminum tariffs will force HVAC industry changes that industry experts predict will raise HVAC equipment prices. In an industry that’s already seeing aluminum shortages, the tariffs won’t do anything to help HVAC prices. Based on past performance, HVAC industry analysts expect prices to rise for new equipment and as they…

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Beginning to End: HVAC Component Lifespans

Beginning to End: HVAC Component Lifespans

Can HVAC lifespan be accurately predicted? Almost any mechanical device today has an expected service life. This figure is useful to know before you buy in order to get maximum return from your investment. It’s also helpful to start planning in advance for the eventual expense of replacement. HVAC lifespan is a rough average and…

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What First-Time HVAC Purchasers Should Ask

What First-Time HVAC Purchasers Should Ask

Since most homeowners don’t make HVAC purchases very often, it’s natural to wonder what the most important things to ask are. These questions might help you choose a contractor and your next equipment. How do I choose a contractor? Look for an HVAC contractor who is licensed with the state of Texas and has insurance…

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Home Comfort Solutions for Sunrooms

Home Comfort Solutions for Sunrooms

Sunrooms can present a challenge when you’re looking for maximum comfort, summer or winter, from some sort of HVAC solution. Let’s look at some of the options for your sunroom HVAC. Heating In our warm climate, a space heater may provide as much heat as you need for your sunroom in winter. With the sun…

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What Factors Affect Home Comfort?

What Factors Affect Home Comfort?

During the summer, home comfort looms to the forefront because we have to spend so much time indoors to stay out of the heat. Besides the actual temperature indoors, there are other components that contribute to overall health and indoor enjoyment. Temperature The air temperature dictates how comfortable you are inside to a large extent…

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Deterring Bugs with Your HVAC

Deterring Bugs with Your HVAC

You probably don’t want to think about bugs in HVAC equipment, but the truth is that insects can get into almost anything. While it isn’t too common for bugs to nest inside any specific piece of equipment, they can sometimes gum up the works and will often use parts of your equipment to sneak inside…

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