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3 Signs That You Should Buy A Space Heater

When you think about heat for your home, you probably think about your HVAC system. However, small space heaters can be handy tools for keeping your home warm during the winter as well. These are a few signs that you might want to think about going out and buying a space heater -- or a couple of them -- for your home. 1. You Want a Backup Source of Heat Read More 

Why You Need a Professional Furnace Tune Up

Furnace failure in the dead of winter can leave your family in desperate need of alternative heating and cost you a fortune in furnace repairs. To prevent this vital appliance from giving up when you need it the most, you need to have it maintained well before the heating season. Here is a look at why a professional furnace inspection and tune-up is very important. Safety   Running a gas furnace comes with the risk of a carbon monoxide leak, a colorless, odorless, and deadly gas that is produced from burning fossil fuels. Read More 

3 Tips For Preparing For A DIY Removal Of Mold From Your Crawl Space

While mold anywhere in your home is never a good thing, its presence in your crawl space can be even more problematic. That is often due to the lack of insulation commonly found in crawl spaces and the exposure of the area to warmth, moisture and heat...all of which present as an ideal environment for mold. As a result, you need to be aware of the following advice for perparing for the mold removal. Read More 

Why Is Your Added Bonus Room Warmer Than The Rest Of Your Home?

An added room is supposed to feel like a real estate victory. Unfortunately, if the room is unbearably hot when other rooms are being cooled properly by your home's cooling system, the room can feel like a loss. If your bonus room is not cooling in the same manner as other rooms, here are some reasons why.  The Room Is on the Second Floor Even though the heat in your home might seem like it is sitting in the air, it is actually rising. Read More 

Prepping An Apartment After A Long-Term Tenant Moved Out? 3 Ways To Improve Air Quality

Taking care of a rental apartment can mean running into frustrations with getting it ready between tenants. In order for the apartment to get occupied quickly after a tenant has moved out, you need to look into what you can do to get the apartment in shape. When a long-term tenant has moved out, there are a number of things that you'll need to do as basic maintenance and also to get the place in the best shape possible for open houses with potential tenants. Read More 

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The Comfort of Home

When I married my amazing husband ten years ago, I moved into the brick, ranch home he already owned. Immediately, I was thankful that the house was equipped with a central heating and air conditioning unit. This once efficient system kept me cool during the hot summer days. It also allowed me to remain warm in my home during the cold winter nights. Now, our air conditioning unit is twenty years old. Because of its age, the system has started to malfunction. Recently, my husband contacted an HVAC contractor about installing a new system at our home. This kind technician patched our old system to give us time to contemplate what type of new unit we want. On this blog, I hope you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can help you continue to enjoy the comfort of your home.

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3 Signs That You Should Buy A Space Heater
1 February 2017

When you think about heat for your home, you proba

Why You Need a Professional Furnace Tune Up
6 January 2017

Furnace failure in the dead of winter can leave yo

3 Tips For Preparing For A DIY Removal Of Mold From Your Crawl Space
14 December 2016

While mold anywhere in your home is never a good t

Why Is Your Added Bonus Room Warmer Than The Rest Of Your Home?
18 October 2016

An added room is supposed to feel like a real

Prepping An Apartment After A Long-Term Tenant Moved Out? 3 Ways To Improve Air Quality
12 August 2016

Taking care of a rental apartment can mean running

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