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Is Your HVAC System Underperforming?

Posted on March 22nd, 2017

You probably haven’t given a lot of thought to how your Panhandle, TX HVAC system stacks up to other models. Heating and cooling are things we take for granted; as long as our homes stay a comfortable temperature and our electric bill doesn’t climb too high, we’re happy. That complacency..
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Smart Thermostat Profiles

4 Smart Thermostat Features You Didn’t Know About

Posted on February 22nd, 2017

Having a smart thermostat can help you save money on heating and cooling in your Wildorado, Texas home. The more you know about your thermostat, the more you can save. Maximize your thermostat’s energy-efficient potential by taking advantage of these three features you didn’t know about. Local Weather Forecast If..
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My Old Air Conditioner Uses R-22, Will I Be Able to Switch to R-410A?

Posted on January 24th, 2017

Until 2010, R-22 was the most frequently used refrigerant in air conditioners and heat pumps. Because R-22 causes ozone depletion, the Environmental Protection Agency required manufacturers to phase out its use. In 2015, R-410A became the standard refrigerant used. If you’re like many Amarillo homeowners, you’re wondering whether you can..
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Save Energy and Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted on December 12th, 2016

Poor indoor air quality in your Canyon, Texas, home can cause headaches, nosebleeds, fatigue, nausea, trouble concentrating, asthma attacks, allergies, and more. It can also shorten your HVAC system’s life. You can save energy and improve your indoor air quality by controlling your home’s humidity, finding leaks, and maintaining your..
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What Is Sick Building Syndrome?

Posted on November 15th, 2016

If you own or operate in a commercial property in Bushland, Texas, the term “sick building syndrome” may already be on your radar. However, a lot of business professionals have never heard the term or aren’t sure what it means. Employers and building managers alike need to know what sick..
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Save on Electricity

3 Things That Use More Energy Than You Think

Posted on October 10th, 2016

Many homeowners in Dawn, Texas, already know one or two energy-savings tricks, such as bumping the thermostat down a few degrees in the winter and up a few in the summer. However, because your home is full of things that use electricity, there are several other money-saving measures you can..
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Prepping Your Furnace

3 Ways to Prep Your Furnace for Fall

Posted on September 14th, 2016

As summer winds down and your cooling expenses drop, you may be tempted to forget about your HVAC system entirely for a few months. Instead, take advantage of the mild weather in Panhandle, Texas, and prepare your furnace for fall and winter. Start with these three ways to get your..
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Save with a Programmable Thermostat

Posted on August 9th, 2016

With a programmable thermostat, you can make your Amarillo, Texas, home comfortable both when your house is occupied or unoccupied. You can set your thermostat to return the temperature to its original setting before you wake up or come home. Some popular programmable thermostats that can save you money and..
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Best HVAC Options for Your Investment Property

Posted on July 8th, 2016

Some homeowners in Canyon, Texas, own rental property. One of the major benefits of owning rental property is the tax benefits and deductions that may be available to you. Every time you fix or upgrade a major appliance in your investment property, this may qualify you for tax deductions. Consider..
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Protecting Your HVAC Unit During the Summer

Posted on June 22nd, 2016

Summer brings all sorts of concerns for your Canyon, Texas, home and your HVAC system. Thanks to strong thunderstorms and other outdoor elements, your unit needs some extra TLC in the summer to make sure that it stays safe outside. With such a big investment, you can’t take any chances..
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