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During a long, cold winter, it’s natural to turn your attention to getting the most out of your furnace. And even if you’ve already found the most efficient furnace model for your home, adding supplemental furnace equipment to your HVAC installation can give a big boost to your safety, efficiency and home comfort.
Heating season often comes early here in the Denver area, and right now’s the perfect time to have your home heating equipment inspected and tuned up.
Develop a long-term home energy savings plan to focus on ways to reduce energy consumption in your home for the long haul. There are many ways you can make a difference.
An air conditioner that’s working hard not only cools, but also dehumidifies your home.
If you think your home has optimal air quality naturally, you’re likely mistaken. The EPA asserts that the air in your home should be a bigger concern than the outdoor air.
Heat pump maintenance is essential to keeping the system working efficiently. By attending to regular maintenance, you can be more confident that your heat pump will work when you need it and will operate at a lower cost.
Spring’s an ideal time to service and prepare your HVAC system for the hot summer months that lie ahead. Your home’s heating and cooling system accounts for up to 40 percent of a household’s annual energy use. Scheduling spring A/C maintenance is a great way to keep your system running in top condition and as […]
Aside from an annual furnace tune-up at the beginning of the heating season, the most important preventive maintenance step a homeowner can take is to check the furnace air filter every month and replace it when it’s dirty.
Even if you’re diligent about maintaining your heating and cooling system, it’s all too easy to forget about the air filter. During the heating season, the filter needs to be checked regularly and changed as soon as it looks dirty.
The air we breathe in our homes is all too easy to take for granted. But when someone in the family develops a respiratory condition, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or an allergy to dander and dust, clean indoor air becomes a concern — as well as a priority.