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4 Reasons to Consider Installing a Heat Pump

Posted on May 17th, 2016

Contrary to popular belief, heat pumps do more than provide warmth in the winter. They’re actually a highly efficient way to cool your home in the summer. Plus, they have heaps of other advantages. If you’re looking to upgrade the HVAC system in your Canyon, Texas, home, here are a..
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Benefits of Preventive HVAC Maintenance

The Benefits of Preventive HVAC Maintenance

Posted on April 21st, 2016

Your HVAC system works hard to keep your Canyon, Texas, home comfortable throughout the year. Although you can take your system for granted, you don’t want to let it become an oversight. Heating and cooling systems need regular care and maintenance to stay in top condition. Find out how preventive..
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How to Get Your HVAC System Ready for Spring

Posted on March 20th, 2016

The weather in Amarillo, Texas, is perfect for all sorts of fun outdoor activities in spring, but it also means you’ll need to use your air conditioning more. Here’s how to get your HVAC system ready for warm weather so it can run at peak efficiency and keep your home..
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3 Benefits of a Geothermal HVAC System

Posted on February 13th, 2016

Below the ground, temperatures stay constant all year. A geothermal HVAC system with an indoor handling unit and a buried system of pipes called an Earth loop, takes advantage of these constant temperatures. The water in the pipes absorbs heat from the ground in winter and cools your Canyon, Texas,..
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Exploring the Different Types of Geothermal Systems

Posted on January 16th, 2016

In the Canyon, Texas, area, geothermal heating systems provide comfort and warmth without excessive utility bills or energy consumption. Learn about the basics of geothermal heating and get to know the different types of systems available to you. Geothermal Heating Basics Like most heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps can both..
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HVAC Sizing: What You Need to Know

Posted on December 21st, 2015

Properly sizing HVAC equipment is a complex job that relies on careful calculations. A system that’s too large or too small will lead to problems both with home comfort and energy efficiency. If you’re considering a new heating or cooling system for your Canyon, Texas, home, make sure you consult..
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Sick of Stale Air? How to Check Your Attic Ventilation

Posted on November 20th, 2015

In the Amarillo area, just maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home isn’t enough. Find out how to check your attic ventilation and why keeping your home ventilated is so important for indoor air quality. Scrutinize the Attic Prior to the mid-20th century, ventilation was never an issue in homes..
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4 Ways to Keep Your HVAC System Free of Contaminants

Posted on October 23rd, 2015

In Amarillo and throughout Texas, contaminants can creep into your HVAC system during the year. Keeping your HVAC system clean not only keeps indoor air quality at its highest level, but also cuts down on energy costs. With that in mind, here are a few ways to clear your HVAC..
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Quick Fixes to Keep Your Home Cool

Posted on September 16th, 2015

In Canyon, Texas, the chill of fall takes its time settling in, and the back to school season still leaves us sweltering. If you’re feeling the heat, here are some tips to help you keep your home cool and comfortable without blasting the air conditioner and paying a high utility..
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4 Ways Landscaping Can Lower Your Cooling Costs

Posted on August 20th, 2015

Savvy homeowners know plenty of tricks for keeping cooling costs low, but most focus on interior solutions. If you’re struggling with high cooling bills, consider changing up the landscaping of your Amarillo, Texas, yard with these four smart strategies. Plant a Shade Tree Several big trees are native to Amarillo,..
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