Monthly Archives: December 2015

How to Find Cold Air Leaks in Your House

If Jack Frost is nipping at your nose while  you’re sitting inside your home, you may have a problem with air leaks. If your home is drafty, you'll have to deal with chills, your heating system will have to work harder, and your energy bills will probably increase. Taking care of air leaks will keep…
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Holiday Travel and Home Safety Tips

If you’re travelling over the river and through the woods to Grandma’s house this holiday season, don’t forget to protect your home before you leave. There are many people waiting to take advantage of those of us who get caught up in the festivities of the season and forget that there are Grinches out there…
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How to Have a Safe Holiday at Home This Year

The holidays are a time of festive activities and fun with family and friends. But don’t forget that there are some hidden dangers to avoid this season. Keep your family and home safe by following these guidelines when planning for the holidays. If you need quality heat repair in Wake Forest NC, call Choice HVAC…
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Christmas Tree Safety Tips

It’s probably beginning to look a lot like Christmas in your home. The wreath is on the door and the stockings are hung and waiting to be filled. The center of all your décor is the tree, and it’s probably decorated with ornaments with sentimental value that would be hard to replace. Keep your treasured…
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Irritating Inconsistent Room Temperatures

You might be comfortable in the den because that room is warm and cozy, but then when you go to your bedroom it’s freezing. What causes these inconsistent temperature changes throughout your home? There are a lot of issues that can contribute to temperature variations in different rooms. If your home is controlled by one thermostat,…
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What Are the Most Common Heating Problems for Winter?

The most common heating problems for winter could be caught ahead of time with a maintenance check. It’s recommended that you check your HVAC unit twice a year to ensure it’s working properly and there won’t be any unexpected problems when you really need your unit to work. It’s especially important in the winter, when…
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