Warning Signs You Need Heating Repair

December 7, 2019

If you have a heating system in your home that helps you keep the interior warm during cooler times of the year, it is likely you do not want it to falter at a time you need it most. There are some signs that indicate that a repair is needed to keep your system running as necessary. Failing to repair your heater in a timely manner could lead to further problems. Here are some signs that mean it is best to call a heating repair service for an assessment of your heating system. Warm Air Is Not Present Obviously, a...

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Questions First Time HVAC Buyers Should Ask

October 10, 2019

Homeowners investing in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment for the first time can feel overwhelmed. At , we have managed many HVAC installations for customers throughout Beaumont and the surrounding areas and know the questions they should ask. Here are a few. What Technologies Should You Consider? HVAC technology has evolved greatly over the last decade. The tech you have now may not be the best choice for moving forward. Smart thermostats, variable-speed blowers, zoned systems and so forth are allowing area homeowners to save more each month than ever before. Can the Existing Ductwork Be Used? If...

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How Do I Check My Home for Air Leaks?

August 1, 2019

Air leaks are a common issue on most properties, but they often go undetected. They’re usually inconspicuous and difficult to locate, yet they can be responsible for a significant loss of conditioned air. This can waste energy and affect the level of comfort in the building. If you want to fix the issue and reduce your carbon footprint, there are a few ways to find air leaks in your home. Use a Flashlight Shine a flashlight through the frames of the windows and doors at night to determine if any cracks or holes are present. Someone else will need to...

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Closing Vents Won’t Lead to Energy Savings

March 19, 2019

If you’re looking to save money on your energy bills, you’ve probably considered shutting the vents in the rooms you don’t typically use. Although this seems like an idea that might work, it probably won’t have the effect that you’re looking for. No Less Air When you close off a vent, you’re only keeping the climate-controlled air from flowing into that room. However, you’re not stopping the air from filling up the duct that leads to the vent. Closing some vents doesn’t change the output of your furnace or air conditioner. Therefore, when the air is blocked from entering a...

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