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Pet Dander and Your HVAC System

Mar 25, 2013
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A large majority of the population suffers from respiratory illnesses such as allergies or asthma. Additionally, it is estimated that 10 to 15 percent of this number overall is allergic to dog or cat dander. If your furry friend lives indoors, this is extremely significant to the air quality of your home. Pet dander accumulates […]

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Is Your Furnace Not Producing Enough Heat?

Mar 21, 2013
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Whenever you’re having a particularly cold night, you can pipe in relief through the ducts thanks to your furnace. It’s an essential part of life in every place in the world (unless you’re in the subtropics), and it’s an important element in your home. But what happens when that furnace stops working the way that […]

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What Are the Most Common Indoor Air Quality Pollutants?

Mar 18, 2013
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With a majority of Americans spending more than 90 percent of their time indoors, the control of indoor air pollution has become a significant concern. It is estimated that at least half of all illnesses are produced or exacerbated by air pollutants. So, what are the most common indoor air pollutants and irritants? And what […]

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Cigarette Smoke and Your HVAC System

Mar 12, 2013
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Smoking can kill. We’ve heard it a million times in a million ways, but there’s a different problem that you should probably be aware of, and that’s passive smoking. It’s one thing if you’re smoking cigarettes in the first place, but if you don’t (or even if you do), the smoke and dust that you […]

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Efficient Heating Systems Are Eligible For a Tax Credit!

Mar 8, 2013
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Old heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems are resource hogs. We know this, as our electric and fuel bills are expensive, but we know that they’re necessary. However, you might be considering a higher efficiency unit to keep you warm in the winter. It’s a good idea. Older furnaces can create dangerous situations in your […]

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What Kind of In-Floor Heating System Should I Buy?

Feb 26, 2013
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Used for centuries, in-floor or radiant floor heating systems are a convenient method to evenly warm your entire flooring, not only scattered spots. In-floor heating systems warm the room from the bottom up, first heating the feet and body. Radiant heating systems cannot only add comfort to your home, but they can also cut costs. […]

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How Can I Prepare My Home for a New Heating System?

Feb 25, 2013
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You are interested in purchasing a new heating system for your home; where do you go from there? Before any preparation begins, you must decide what kind of heating system you would like installed in your home. Many homeowners want to just upgrade their boiler or furnace to a more efficient version, while others are […]

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What Are Some Simple Home Furnace Maintenance Tips?

Feb 22, 2013
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To ensure quality functioning and long life, it is critical that you properly maintain and repair your furnace. It is ideal to perform routine tasks yearly to keep your unit in top shape. Keeping your furnace in good condition will save money on the repairs of wear and tear, and also cut energy bills. With […]

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Which Type of Indoor Air Purification System Should I Buy?

Feb 21, 2013
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Air purifiers filter the air that you breathe by eliminating harmful irritants such as pet dander, dust, and mold. That is why selecting which air purifier to buy is such an important decision. It is often helpful to consider a few fundamental options before making your final choice. Room Size Plays a Factor in Your […]

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What Kind of Fireplace Should I Buy?

Feb 20, 2013
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When deciding what type of fireplace to purchase, there are several things that you must take into consideration. Do you like sitting by the rustling fire on a bitter winter’s evening? Or do you prefer a heat source that has easier upkeep? All types of fireplaces have advantages and disadvantages; however, it is up to […]

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