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Smelly Furnace: What Does It Mean?

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When things begin to smell around your house, it may be time to look at your furnace. A variety of unpleasant odors can signal serious issues with your heating system. So if somethings smells in your heating vents, you may need to take action. Mold If you notice a musty smell coming through your heating vents, it may be due to mold in a furnace filter or humidifier filter. Obviously, changing the furnace filter regularly is necessary to keep your furnace running efficiently, but if you have a humidifier attached to your furnace, you need to keep its filter clean as well. Read More»

3 Benefits Of Sealing Your Ducts

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If you have a central heating and cooling system in your home, you may want to consider having your ducts sealed. Duct sealing is essentially how your insulate your ducts. Here are a few of the benefits and changes you will notice in your home if you have a professional air conditioning technician seal, or insulate, all of your ducts.  #1 More Comfortable Living Environment Do you have a room in your home that always seems to be harder to heat and cool than the rest of your house? Read More»

Hot Dog: Determining When To Leave The AC On For Your Pet

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Dogs are more than just pets for some people; they are beloved family members. If you are planning to be away from home for lengthy periods of time during the warm summer months, you may be wondering whether or not you need to leave your air conditioner running to keep your dog comfortable while you are away. Here are three things that you should take into consideration when making that decision in the future. Read More»

Want Lower Energy Bills? Look Into These 3 New Technologies

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If you want to pay the least amount possible for energy, you always have to be on the lookout for new technology, especially when it comes to heating and cooling your home. It is estimated that heating and cooling accounts for more than half of the energy used in most homes. So changing out your system could save you a lot of money. Following are three new and exciting technologies in the heating and cooling industry that might just make your energy bill smaller than it’s ever been. Read More»

Reduce The Cost Of Cooling Your Office With These Central AC Alternatives

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If you have a home office, you likely already know just how much of a challenge it can be to keep the space cool when the weather is warm outside. While you can turn up the air conditioner to reduce the heat, it can be costly when the temperature is set too low. To make your home office more comfortable, consider the following ideas for staying cool while working. Direct Hot Air Out of the Room Read More»

Deciding When To Replace Or Repair Your AC Unit

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Does your home seem unseasonably warm inside? Are you wondering if a simple AC repair will work or whether you need to replace the unit? Here are some things to help you with your considerations: Age of the unit: If your AC unit is ten years old or older, it’s probably time to replace it with a newer and  more energy efficient model. Although you AC repair could still be an option, this solution will become increasingly expensive as more of your AC’s parts start to fail. Read More»

Decrease Your Bills And Increase Your Reliability - The Benefits Of Oil To Gas Conversion

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As many American families struggle to deal with the realities of an economy that is slowly recovering, finding ways to cut costs in the home is becoming increasingly important. While common solutions include cutting out some entertainment and trying to cut down on grocery bills, many home owners may not realize that the solution to some of their problems could be much more subtle. Converting your home from an oil heating system to natural gas though a company like ConserVision Energy can have enormous benefits in both the short and long term. Read More»