Programming Your Air Conditioning Thermostat

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Programming Your Air Conditioning Thermostat

Once I realized that money was going to be tight a few years ago, I decided that it might be in my best interest to actually learn how to program my thermostat. Instead of guessing and then adjusting the thermostat blindly, I actually read the user manual to figure out what all of those extra settings and numbers meant. When I was finished, my thermostat kept my home at the perfect temperature. Also, when the bill finally came in the mail, I was impressed to see that I had slashed my usage, which had repaid me with a little extra cash. Check out this website if you want to find out how to program your thermostat and use your HVAC systems more effectively.


Understanding Fireplace Insert Performance Before You Install

29 November 2017
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Do you want a more visible, comforting, and aesthetically-pleasing source of heat for your home? Fireplaces and fireplace inserts can deliver heat while giving the atmospheric style of the hearths and heaters that came before boilers and central air conditioning systems, but they're not all created equally. Here are a few ways to gauge the quality and performance options in modern fireplace inserts. Fireplace Emissions And Heat Performance Testing Fireplace insert emissions are tested by using sensors that detect carbon monoxide and the byproducts from specific fuel types. Read More …

How To Clean And Prep Your Air Conditioner For Fall

16 October 2017
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Fall is the time of year when that hot humid air leaves us and we're left with cool crisp air. This means it's time to turn off the air conditioner and open up the windows of your home. With that free air conditioning cooling down your house, it's a great time to clean up your air conditioner and turn it off until the next warm weather season. See below for tips on how to clean and prep your air conditioner for fall. Read More …

Protect Your Hot Water From Flooding Water Now

21 September 2017
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If your hot water heater sits directly on the floor, in a basement, in a garage, or in another low-lying area, secure it now. Hurricanes, tropical storms, and even heavy rains can flood water into your home and damage your water heater. Hot water heaters can become dangerous if water comes into contact with their electrical components and wiring. In addition, water heaters submerged in water may not work well or at all. Read More …

5 Tips For Cleaning The Exterior Of Your Condenser

7 September 2017
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First off, why should you be cleaning the exterior your condenser? Since it's located outside, it's susceptible to a great deal of dirt, dust, and debris build up. When this happens, the air becomes trapped inside of the condenser unit, which means that the intake and outtake of air in your home is compromised. To prevent this from happening, you want to clean the exterior of your condenser regularly. Here are five tips to help you do this: Read More …

Maintain Your Furnace

24 August 2017
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Keeping warm on a cold winter night often comes down to turning up the heat in your home, but if your furnace is having problems, you may have to throw on a few extra blankets. It is never fun to experience problems with your furnace, and due to the increase use it is usually during the winter when the furnace goes out. It is extremely important that you maintain your furnace as bet you possibly can. Read More …