Monthly Archives: November 2015

10 Ways to Keep the Cold Out this Winter

Icicles are pretty when they’re hanging from the awnings outside, but if you keep your home so cold they start forming inside you might have a problem. We understand that keeping your utility bill down in the winter is important. No one wants to pay huge heating bills, but there are other ways to keep…
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How to Find a Qualified HVAC Technician

We’re all guilty of not being prepared. When it comes to your HVAC needs, you probably haven’t thought about finding a repair technician because you probably haven’t needed one. It’s not until your heat stops working in the dead of winter or your AC decides to conk out on the hottest day of the year…
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Why Ceiling Fans Are Not Just for Summer

Once the temperature drops and you turn on the heat, you may be tempted to turn off the ceiling fans for the cooler seasons. Keep in mind, ceiling fans weren’t just made to cool a home. They circulate the air in the room, whether it’s cool air or warm air. Check out why below. For quality…
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Safety Tips for Frying Turkeys for Thanksgiving

Deep frying a turkey has become a Thanksgiving tradition for many families. It’s hard to go back to regular turkey after eating a piece of meat that’s juicy and full of flavor. However, deep frying a turkey does pose dangers. This holiday, make sure you’re taking the right precautions when cooking your Thanksgiving bird. If…
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No Heat? Troubleshoot your HVAC, Part Two

Waking up to a cold house is no fun, especially in the dead of winter. If your furnace is acting up, we’re here to help. In this two-part series, we’re offering 10 suggestions on how to troubleshoot your HVAC system to figure out why it’s not keeping your home warm. In the first post in the…
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No Heat? Troubleshoot your HVAC

There’s nothing worse than waking up one cold winter morning and discovering that once you crawl out from underneath the covers your house is like an ice box. If your thermostat was set to keep it moderately warm throughout the night but the house is still cold, your furnace may not be working.  It may have…
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