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How to Puppy-Proof Your HVAC System

How to Puppy-Proof Your HVAC System

Puppies are just so darned cute. It’s a good thing, because otherwise, given the amount of destruction they’re capable of, no homeowners in their right minds would want to take on these unruly balls of fur, teeth and energy. If you have a puppy or are thinking of getting one, here are some good tips…

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Ways Your Roof Affects Your HVAC System

Ways Your Roof Affects Your HVAC System

In this hot, sunny climate, the roof affects your HVAC system a great deal. The roof is on the frontline of all the weather the San Antonio area receives every day. The type of roof you have and the attic just beneath respond continuously to the outdoor temperatures, solar radiation and sometimes, rain. The three…

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Beyer Boys Valentine’s Day Flower Drive

The Beyer Boys Closes Office for a Love-Filled Tradition Every year on February 13th, we close our office and dedicate the day to spreading love and joy by making beautiful flower arrangements in celebration of Valentine’s Day for employees, family, friends and a handful of customers. This annual tradition has been going on for the…

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HVAC Considerations for Home Remodels

HVAC Considerations for Home Remodels

As you plan to move forward with your home renovations, it’s a good idea to bring your HVAC professional into the process with you. The comfort of your home and your energy bills will likely be affected by the plans you have in mind for the project. Overall Considerations Exploring your options for the HVAC…

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Your Post-Holiday HVAC Checklist

Your Post-Holiday HVAC Checklist

The holidays are a wonderful time to enjoy the company of friends and family. But, once the festivities are over, it’s time to get your household back in order. To help you out, we’ve compiled a few items to add to your HVAC checklist. Schedule a Maintenance Check If you wish to keep your HVAC…

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Replacing Indoor and Outdoor HVAC Units

Replacing Indoor and Outdoor HVAC Units

Winter is the ideal time to think about replacing air conditioner units because they’re out of season. You won’t be inconvenienced by the loss indoor comfort, the HVAC contractor has more time to devote to the project, and you might get a better deal. If you do go forward, make sure that you replace both…

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Preparing Your HVAC for the Holidays

Preparing Your HVAC for the Holidays

The holidays are a glorious time of the year for the entire family, but they also represent the need for proper home comfort throughout the winter season. Whether you’re hosting parties, enjoying family time, or going on vacation, here are some simple holiday HVAC concerns that you should tackle: Reach Out to a Qualified Technician…

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A History of Furnaces

A History of Furnaces

When the weather gets cold, your furnace is an invaluable tool. But how did it come to be? Who’s responsible for the appliance that keeps you warm and comfortable all winter? To answer that question, let’s examine the history of furnaces. The Early Years Since the dawn of time, there have been systems to heat…

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How Air Fresheners Affect Your IAQ

How Air Fresheners Affect Your IAQ

Watch any TV and you’ll see advertisers show air freshener effects as entirely beneficial with pleasing scents suggesting clean air wafting through the home. In reality, the air is very different, especially with prolonged use of air fresheners. Nearly all of these products pose serious health hazards because of the chemicals they contain. Aerosol, wick,…

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Don’t Close the Registers: Effective Temperature Control

Don't Close the Registers: Effective Temperature Control

Maintaining an ideal indoor temperature in every room in the house can sometimes seem like a moving target. At any given time, one room may be too warm while another is too cool and somebody, somewhere is always uncomfortable. While a HVAC professional can usually diagnose the reasons for temperature variations and offer workable solutions,…

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