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What To Do If Your Heater Stops Working

Prior to the furnace, fireplaces ruled America in terms of home heating. It was a must-have for every home, until 1885 when coal-run furnaces became the majority choice. It was not until the 1930’s when most of the population made their switch to gas furnaces.   Now the modern-day furnace has gone a long way […]

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How To Change Your Air Filter

The heating and cooling system is very beneficial for any family. It allows a homeowner to experience a desired temperature even when the external environment is the complete opposite. But with these benefits comes possible drawbacks. Dust and other particles can be brought into your residence through your HVAC. A filter, however, addresses this problem […]

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5 Signs Your Home Is Not Insulated Properly

Insulation is essential in every home, all the more when you’re located in a country that has a cold climate. Although a lot of us may think that our houses were built with enough insulation, it’s more likely that it isn’t. According to the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association, about 90% of the residences in […]

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Does The Size Of Your HVAC Unit Matter?

Is bigger better? Or would a smaller unit perform just as well? As homeowners, we have a lot to manage in our household. Oftentimes we have so much on our plate. Sometimes we lack vital information to make decisions on certain matters, and the appropriate size of your HVAC system is one of these matters. […]

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HVAC Questions To Ask When Buying Or Selling A Home

The HVAC system is part of the package when buying a home and they greatly affect the sellability of the residence. They determine many factors, namely comfortability, health-friendliness and cost-efficiency. It affects both the initial cost and the long-term affordability of a home from maintenance to usage. That’s why it’s important to get to know […]

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4 Signs Your HVAC Unit Needs To Be Replaced

Standing for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, this system, though often taken for granted, is largely responsible for the comfort and coziness of American homes. Imagine going through chilly winters at freezing temperatures without a furnace. Or picture yourself during a warm summer while you bathe in your own sweat without an air conditioner to […]

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Five Ways To Keep Your Chicago Home Warm For Less

Keeping your home warm and comfortable may be difficult, especially living in Chicago. The city gets freezing cold when cooler climates come, even more so when the night falls and the sun is away. We get through the winter weather with the help of household thermostats to regulate indoor temperature. This has become such a […]