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4 Signs You Need to Upgrade Your Heat Pump This Spring

If you are unsure how much longer your heat pump is going to last, here are four signs that you need to upgrade your heating pump this spring. #1 You Didn't Maintain Your System First, you need to look at your maintenance records for your system. If the heat pump was well maintained, it will last longer than if maintenance was neglected. If your heat pump has not gotten an annual maintenance check-up every year, and it is over a decade old, it may be time to trade it out for a new unit. Read More 

Get Ready For Summer With Efficient Cooling Solutions To Lower Your Energy Costs This Year

Summer is going to be here soon, and are you prepared for the extra costs of cooling your home? The AC needs maintenance, and now is the best time to do upgrades to improve efficiency. There are also improvements like installing a evaporative cooler, improving ventilation or using renewable energy to cool your home. Here are some of the most energy efficient solutions to keep your home cool this summer: Read More 

Why You Should Consider an Oil Powered Furnace

When getting a furnace for your home, most homeowners tend to go with a model that is powered by natural gas. However, an oil-powered furnace can be the better option, even if it isn't the most traditional choice. Here are 4 reasons to get a furnace powered by oil. The Furnace Will Have a Long Life Span You may have heard that oil powered furnaces won't last as long as their gas powered counterparts. Read More 

Want To Be Eco-Friendly? Consider Going Geothermal

If you have a traditional furnace to heat your home but want something more efficient, you may want to consider going geothermal. This system is unique in that it uses hot water flowing through pipes underground to warm your home. This is a much different than a regular heating system, so there are some considerations to think about before moving forward: You Do Not Need A Lot of Outdoor Space Read More 

Ventilation System: 2 Things You Can Do Differently To Keep It Clean

Your cooling system depends on a clean ventilation system to work properly and keep your indoor environment healthy. To ensure that these things occur, you may change your air filter every three months and wipe down the outside covers of your air vents. But sometimes, even your best intentions can inadvertently cause issues with your ventilation system. For example, if your AC seems sluggish, or if your home feels stuffy and unclean, you may need to change your air filter sooner and clean out openings of your air vents. Read More