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Fall HVAC Maintenance Checklist: Getting Ready for the Colder Months

Raise your hand if you’re ready to enter into the cooler fall months. As Mother Earth turns off the oven and switches on a cool, fall breeze, it’s time to make sure our heating units are ready to kick on during the cool evenings.

This is the time to pull out your HVAC maintenance checklist. A […]

Budgeting 101: How to Save on Heating Bills

Winter is coming — and so are the heating bills. Keeping warm is only going to get more expensive in a world scrambling for energy resources.

Nationwide, gas users spend the least annually, about $644, to stay warm. Propane users, however, spend about $1,437. The cost can vary wildly depending on your heating method.

The trick to […]

7 Air Conditioning Tips to Save You Hundreds This Summer

The heat of summer can do a real number on your electric bill. With energy costs skyrocketing, how can you save?

There’s a fine line between feeling comfortable and doing it at a low cost.

With these seven helpful air conditioning tips, you can learn how to save money while keeping comfy and cool.

1. Make the Most […]

How Long Do Air Conditioners Last?

How long do air conditioners last? Most AC’s are known to serve perfectly well for an average period of 15-20 years. Appropriate preventative measures will ensure you get the best out of your air conditioner.

Just like any other machine, air conditioners deserve good maintenance for them to perform correctly and serve you for a more […]

How to Cool Down a Room Without AC

Ever since air conditioners came into the market, a lot of people have forgotten the easy, regular hacks that you can use to cool your room.

You can always try new ways on how to cool down a room without AC. It will help you cut on energy costs.

Discussed below are some of the easy methods […]

5 Tips You Need to Choose an Energy Efficient AC

Looking for a way to cut your property’s power bill? An energy efficient AC should top your list. Air conditioning is essential in any living space. However, the wrong choice of AC system could cost you more. Air conditioning is one of the key drivers of electricity-demand growth. The International Energy Agency (IEA) says air […]

What Is That Burning Smell From the Furnace?: A Complete Guide

It’s wintertime, and temperatures are dropping. You want to get cozy and comfortable, so you turn on the furnace. But there’s a strange smell coming from it; in fact, it smells like burning!

There’s no need to panic though. If there’s a burning smell from the furnace, here are some possible causes and what to do.

The […]

Burning Money: How to Keep Your Central Air Costs Low This Summer

Spring has finally sprung, so you know what that means: summer is right around the corner.

And while you may be ready to welcome the warmth of the summer sun with open arms, you might not be so welcoming when your electric bill finally arrives. What do you do when you want to stay cool on a […]

Staying Ice Cold: How to Cool down a Room Without Air Conditioning

Ninety percent of US homes have an AC unit. Worldwide, there are 1.1 billion AC units. In the Southern States of the US, the AC runs all year round. The average AC unit will use 3,000 to 5,000 watts of power an hour. If the unit runs for 9 hours a day, it will use […]

Spring is in the Air: Tips for Safely Switching from Heat to Air Conditioning

If you live in North America, you’ve probably noticed a curious thing happening: the sun is peeking out from behind the clouds, green things are starting to grow, and the threat of snow seems to have passed.

That’s right—it’s springtime! Time to shut off those furnaces and break out the t-shirts!

But don’t rush into turning on […]