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Since warm weather is just around the corner, you’ll need your air conditioning soon. If you haven’t already arranged your air conditioning clean & check, be sure to schedule one. A clean, inspected system is a safe and efficient system. 37 percent more energy: Dirt and...

Even though some furnace filters may look the same, there are important and distinct differences among them. It is essential that homeowners are informed of what type of filter is required for their particular type of heating and cooling system. When purchasing a filter, be...

The new efficiency standards and water heater requirements below do not mean that consumers have to replace their water heaters in 2015. Like the low-flow toilet requirements of the early 1990s, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) mandate means that manufacturers cannot produce or sell...

Every home has that one room that, no matter how hard you try, is always 10 degrees hotter or cooler than the rest of your home. This can be extremely frustrating to homeowners because they feel they can’t use that room year-round. Sometimes the use...

Spring is just a few days away. Here are some great tips from our techs to make sure you are prepared for the new season and changing weather. Check over and clean the sump pump pit—make sure it is free of debris. Connect downspouts and make sure...

Carrier, the brand that invented modern air conditioning, is putting home comfort in the palm of your hands with the Côr ™ Thermostat and app. The video below provides great insights on this smart thermostat and how it will keep your home comfortable year-round. Call...

Protect your system with a furnace clean & check. A clean system operates at peak efficiency. A clean & check can help identify potential problems and eliminate that unexpected breakdown during the coldest winter night. A clean & check ensures that the system is operating...

With fall and winter on the horizon, you and other homeowners can take these simple steps in preparation for the onset of colder weather: Remove hoses from outside hydrants so they drain properly during the winter. If you don't have a frost-proof hydrant, drain outside...