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    • 5 Indoor Air Quality Facts

      For all of the attention that goes to outdoor air quality, a lesser known fact is that indoor air quality is typically extremely poor. Homes today are being built sturdier and damage-free, but this ...

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    • AC Tips For The Summer

      It’s important to take the time to learn a few pointers on running your air conditioner more efficiently. Why? Because it can benefit you in a number of ways. These tips won’t only save you money on ...

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    • How To Get Your Home Ready For Fall

      The first day of autumn is just three short days away! It seems like just yesterday we were discussing energy-saving tips for the summer — pretty soon we’ll be reminding you how to turn on your ...

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    • Should I Cover my Air Vents?

      We see this happen all the time. Homeowners call us because their home is heating or cooling properly and they think there's a major issue with their HVAC system. In the end, what we come to find is ...

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    • How To Get Your Home Ready For Fall

      The first day of autumn is just three short days away! It seems like just yesterday we were discussing energy-saving tips for the summer — pretty soon we’ll be reminding you how to turn on your ...

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    • Getting The Most of Your HVAC System

      June, July, and August are filled with heat waves in Houston, which means homeowners in the area will depend on their air conditioner more than ever. Unfortunately, this can lead to a significant ...

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    • Scary Furnace Noises You Shouldn't Ignore

      Do you hear strange noises coming from your furnace? Whether it’s a loud bang or a high-pitched squeal, you have every right to be alarmed. The temperatures are beginning to drop drastically, and ...

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    • How To Get Your Home Ready For Fall

      The first day of autumn is just three short days away! It seems like just yesterday we were discussing energy-saving tips for the summer — pretty soon we’ll be reminding you how to turn on your ...

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    • Why Your Furnace is Making a Fuss

      A clanking furnace can certainly make for a fitful night of sleep, but it also indicates your HVAC system needs extra attention. Think of these sounds like symptoms. If you have a fever, you know ...

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    • Scary Furnace Noises You Shouldn't Ignore

      Do you hear strange noises coming from your furnace? Whether it’s a loud bang or a high-pitched squeal, you have every right to be alarmed. The temperatures are beginning to drop drastically, and ...

      Read More
    • How To Get Your Home Ready For Fall

      The first day of autumn is just three short days away! It seems like just yesterday we were discussing energy-saving tips for the summer — pretty soon we’ll be reminding you how to turn on your ...

      Read More
    • 6 Heating Mistakes Homeowners Make in the Winter

      We’re in the midst of winter, and although our Houston days are often warm enough that heating isn’t an issue, the nights can get a bit chilly, which means many of us are running our household heating ...

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    • 5 Indoor Air Quality Facts

      For all of the attention that goes to outdoor air quality, a lesser known fact is that indoor air quality is typically extremely poor. Homes today are being built sturdier and damage-free, but this ...

      Read More
    • AC Tips For The Summer

      It’s important to take the time to learn a few pointers on running your air conditioner more efficiently. Why? Because it can benefit you in a number of ways. These tips won’t only save you money on ...

      Read More
    • Signs Your HVAC Is the Wrong Size

      With more than 55 combined years of experience repairing, maintaining , and installing air conditioning and heating equipment, you can trust that we’ve seen our fair share of installation mistakes ...

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    • Signs Your HVAC Is the Wrong Size

      With more than 55 combined years of experience repairing, maintaining , and installing air conditioning and heating equipment, you can trust that we’ve seen our fair share of installation mistakes ...

      Read More
    • Scary Furnace Noises You Shouldn't Ignore

      Do you hear strange noises coming from your furnace? Whether it’s a loud bang or a high-pitched squeal, you have every right to be alarmed. The temperatures are beginning to drop drastically, and ...

      Read More
    • How To Get Your Home Ready For Fall

      The first day of autumn is just three short days away! It seems like just yesterday we were discussing energy-saving tips for the summer — pretty soon we’ll be reminding you how to turn on your ...

      Read More
    • What are the Benefits of Switching to R-410A Refrigerant?

      According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the production of R-22 refrigerant, which uses Freon as part of its cooling process, was prohibited after 2009. The EPA wanted to promote a ...

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    • What's the Difference Between Smart Thermostats and Programmable Thermostats?

      Your home’s HVAC system is filled with complex devices and components, perhaps the least confusing of which is your thermostat. However, the wrong thermostat may be costing you extra on your energy ...

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    • 5 Indoor Air Quality Facts

      For all of the attention that goes to outdoor air quality, a lesser known fact is that indoor air quality is typically extremely poor. Homes today are being built sturdier and damage-free, but this ...

      Read More
    • AC Tips For The Summer

      It’s important to take the time to learn a few pointers on running your air conditioner more efficiently. Why? Because it can benefit you in a number of ways. These tips won’t only save you money on ...

      Read More
    • Signs Your HVAC Is the Wrong Size

      With more than 55 combined years of experience repairing, maintaining , and installing air conditioning and heating equipment, you can trust that we’ve seen our fair share of installation mistakes ...

      Read More