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VIDEO – Does Indoor Air Quality Affect My Pet?

April 28, 2022
Pets and Air Filters

Protect your pets from indoor air pollution by changing your air filters regularly.

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Video – Do I Need to Schedule a Maintenance Appointment?

April 5, 2022
HVAC Maintenance

Just like a regular physical, a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment can help find and diagnose problems that would be otherwise invisible to you because the signs are not easily seen or heard.

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Video – Are Wi-Fi Thermostats Cost-Effective?

March 31, 2022
Wifi Thermostats

Being able to control your thermostat when you are away is one of the most cost effective energy improvements you can make in your home.

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Video – Why Is My HVAC Unit Making Unusual Noises?

February 25, 2022
Person can't hear because of HVAC Noises

If you hear any unusual noise coming from your HVAC unit, please turn it off and call us. Don’t attempt any kind of repair without consulting an HVAC certified technician first.

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Video – Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

January 31, 2022
Furnace Blowing Cold Air

There are a few things to check in your home in the case that your furnace is blowing cold air, such as your thermostat settings, air filter, and your home’s ductwork.

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Video – Upgrade Your Furnace

December 23, 2021
Cold Woman on Couch

Upgrade your furnace for increased energy efficiency and heating cost reduction.

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Video – How Can I Make My Home More Comfortable?

November 30, 2021
Zone Control System

Is your home always uncomfortable either upstairs and down? You should consider zoning your home!

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Video – Replace Your Air Filter

September 28, 2021
Air Filter

Change your HVAC filters regularly, as recommended, which is usually at least every three months. A good HEPA filter will catch the particles before they reach your lungs.

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Video – Energy Saving Tip 3

August 30, 2021
Close Blinds

Close your blinds on sun-facing windows during the day to keep the sun from heating up your home and causing your AC to use more energy.

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