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4 Reasons to Shop for Air Conditioners With the Energy Star Logo

Posted on July 26th, 2015

Operating an air conditioner can prove to be a costly venture, especially during a typical Amarillo summer.  Air conditioners account for up to 5 percent of nationwide power usage by homeowners at an annual cost of over $11 billion. One way you can lower your own home’s energy costs involves..
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Make the Most of Your Attic Remodel With the Right Cooling Solution

Posted on June 23rd, 2015

Remodeling your home’s attic can add additional living space such as a bedroom, playroom or office. Cooling an attic remodel is a significant consideration for any renovation project. Here are some effective cooling solutions to incorporate into an attic remodeling project. Ensure Proper Insulation Before adding or upgrading any HVAC..
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Ventilation Options to Keep Your Amarillo Home Comfortably Cool

Posted on May 23rd, 2015

When outdoor temperatures become milder, you can usually turn off the air conditioner and rely on ventilation to keep your Amarillo home cool. Using ventilation techniques can save energy and reduce your monthly cooling bills while at the same time helping to remove particulates and odors from your indoor air...
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Could Excess Humidity Be the Cause of Window Condensation in Your Amarillo Home?

Posted on April 17th, 2015

Despite the relatively dry climate here in the Amarillo area, excess humidity could be a problem inside your home. Too much moisture can encourage mold and mildew growth, degrade the quality of insulation, and cause structural damage to your home. High Humidity and Window Condensation One sign of high humidity..
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Prevent Indoor Air Pollution With These 6 Specific Steps

Posted on March 30th, 2015

Many homeowners don’t consider indoor air pollution to be a major issue, but poor indoor air quality can be problematic, or even dangerous, if anyone in your home suffers from asthma or other respiratory illnesses. Fortunately, it’s fairly easy to prevent indoor air pollution. Here are six simple steps to..
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5 Common Heat Pump Issues That You May Be Able to Troubleshoot

Posted on February 20th, 2015

A heat pump is a low-maintenance, energy-efficient way to heat and cool your Amarillo home, but heat pump issues may occur if your unit is aging or has been poorly maintained. Annual preventive maintenance is essential for preventing these common – but often expensive – problems. Ice Buildup on Outdoor Coil In..
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How to Keep Indoor Air Pollution at Bay in Your Amarillo Home

Posted on January 14th, 2015

Though you may feel safe from the hazards of air pollution when you’re inside your own home, the unfortunate truth is that the indoor air could be dirtier than the air outdoors. But rest easy, because we have tips to help prevent indoor air pollution in your home.

3 Considerations When Deciding Between a Heat Pump and a Furnace

Posted on December 23rd, 2014

Choosing a heating system for your Amarillo area home usually means deciding between a heat pump or furnace. Both have advantages and disadvantages that could influence your decision. Here are three important considerations to apply when choosing a heat pump or furnace. Fuel Furnaces are available in models that use..
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With Utility Rates on the Rise in Amarillo, Now May Be the Time for an HVAC System Upgrade

Posted on November 11th, 2014

Just recently, local energy provider Xcel Energy announced a 6.3-percent rate increase for residential customers. For the average Amarillo homeowner who uses an average of 1,000 kilowatt-hours of energy, that could add up to an additional $6.58 per month. That $6.58 doesn’t seem like a lot, but it can quickly..
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5 Tasks to Take Care Of For Fall Home Maintenance

Posted on October 14th, 2014

Preventative maintenance is never completely done. You should do it regularly to keep the HVAC system running at a high efficiency and to prevent major breakdowns. Many homeowners find it more convenient to schedule maintenance in the fall before the winter.