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January HVAC Maintenance Tips

January HVAC Maintenance Tips

Once the hectic holiday season is over, you can slow down a bit and take a well-earned rest. After you’ve had a chance to catch your breath, plan to prioritize these HVAC maintenance chores to keep your home safe, warm and comfortable all winter long. Re-check Your Thermostat Settings January is a good point in…

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Energy Saving Tips for Winter

Energy Saving Tips for Winter

When the weather turns cold, millions of homeowners see an uptick in their energy usage, which obviously leads to higher utility bills. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. Here are some of our favorite techniques that will make energy savings a reality during these chilly months. Schedule an Annual HVAC Checkup You should…

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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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HVAC Prep Before Heading Out on Vacation

Before you know it, the kids will be out of school and it will be time for summer vacation. Vacation planning can be hectic, as you organize what you’re going to take with you, but also put your house in good order for the time you’re gone. Most vacation plans call for making arrangements for…

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HVAC Coil Corrosion Causes and Effects 

HVAC Coil Corrosion Causes and Effects 

You would think that since San Antonio is well away from the coast with its salt air, you don’t have to worry about HVAC coil corrosion. While our location can make the outdoor unit coil less prone to rusting out, corrosion can still cause adverse effects on your indoor coil, so it’s vital to understand…

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HVAC Maintenance Tasks: DIY and Professional

Your HVAC equipment needs to be well-maintained to keep your home comfortable and help you avoid excessively high energy bills. While there are some basic HVAC maintenance tasks you can tackle on your own, it’s vital that the equipment receives a yearly inspection, cleaning and tuneup by an experienced professional. Here’s a look at what…

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How to Save Money and Increase Energy Efficiency During Cooler Weather


If you experienced high energy bills last summer, you may expect high energy bills through cooler weather, too. However, if you’re dedicated about finding new ways to save energy and boost comfort, consider the following tips to improve the energy efficiency of your home for nice savings this winter. Water Heater Savings Turn back the temperature setting for substantial water…

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How Can You Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Fall?

Fall weather is a welcome relief after another hot San Antonio summer, but along with cooler weather comes additional home maintenance. While giving your air conditioner time off, it’s important to protect it from the elements and prepare it for winter. In addition to prolonging the lifespan of your equipment, performing fall maintenance can help reduce repair costs and boost…

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Don’t Buy Your Dream Home Without an HVAC Inspection

When you buy a home, an inspector goes through it, examining it from top to bottom and checking out the plumbing, electrical, roof, attic, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, foundation and basement. The inspector will also perform a cursory HVAC inspection, but just what will this inspection tell you? Often, it’s no more than that the…

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Follow These Tips to Lower Humidity in Your San Antonio Home

When the humidity level in your home is too high, you’ll start to notice a musty odor and see mold growth develop in the bathrooms and other moisture-prone areas. If you don’t take steps to lower humidity, over time window condensation can rot the trim, water stains can appear on the ceilings, wood floors can…

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