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Could My HVAC System Be Making My Family Sick?

May 24, 2020

We’re all paying greater attention to our health these days because of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you or someone in your household has been displaying respiratory symptoms, you’ll probably want to get to the root of it. Usually, we blame runny noses, sneezing, and coughing on changes in the season or the weather. We may…

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Can Closing My Vents Help to Reduce My Energy Bills?

May 2, 2020

Many homeowners want to increase their energy efficiency and then maintain it at manageable levels. Some want to reduce their environmental footprint while others simply want to keep their energy costs down. Modern heating and cooling systems are more energy-efficient than earlier models. However, there are still things you can do to keep your energy…

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Questions to Ask Before Hiring an HVAC Technician

April 24, 2020

You probably already know that your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system needs regular maintenance to function at its best. You may have been doing everything you can to keep it in good shape. However, now that the time has come to call a professional, you may not know who to hire. Before you decide…

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What Are the Most Common Types of HVAC Systems for A Home?

April 14, 2020

Are you building or renovating a home in South Carolina? If so, there are lots of things you need to consider. Your HVAC equipment is unlikely to be the most exciting part of the project but it’s one of the most important. There are a number of options available and you’ll need to choose the…

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Common Sources of Indoor Air Pollution and How to Address Them

April 2, 2020

Often, when the subject of indoor air quality comes up, people think about office buildings or factories. However, air pollution can affect buildings of all types including apartments, townhouses, and single-family dwellings. Poor indoor air quality can lead to a range of health problems and it can make your home quite uncomfortable. Some of the…

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Zone Control System

How a Zone Control System Will Save You Money

March 24, 2020

Heating and cooling can require significant amounts of energy and consequently, cost you a lot of money. You may be spending a large portion of your income on utilities and looking for ways to reduce the financial burden. If so, you may want to consider investing in an HVAC zone control system. Most homes can…

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HVAC Tune Up

Do I Really Need an HVAC Tune-up for Spring?

March 20, 2020

The mild weather of spring is fast approaching and homeowners have many things to consider. One of them is the HVAC tune-up. If money is tight or your to-do list is long, you may be thinking about skipping the tune-up. It’s easy to ignore your HVAC system when it seems to be working properly. However,…

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She Shed

How to Heat and Cool Your She-Shed and Improve the Air Quality

March 14, 2020

If you’ve recently built a backyard getaway or you’re planning on getting one, you need to think about heating and cooling. A she-shed is all about creating a comfortable retreat. Therefore, you need to ensure you have the best temperature and air quality possible. Deciding on your HVAC system is no way near as exciting…

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Need A Dehumidifier

Why Would I Need A Dehumidifier for My Home?

March 8, 2020

It can be challenging to keep the humidity in a house balanced. Since excess humidity can lead to increased energy consumption, poor air quality and other challenges, some owners might need a dehumidifier. One option is to get a dehumidifier. Many homeowners have heard about dehumidifiers but there is still some confusion about how, or…

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HVAC Upgrades

How HVAC Upgrades Can Help You Add Equity to Your Home

March 2, 2020

If you’re planning on selling your home, you may be considering doing some renovations. In some cases, upgrading elements of your house can help to improve your return on investment. However, there are some types of upgrades that are too costly to make sense. If you’re looking for a smart investment, consider the possible HVAC…

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