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4 Tips for Reducing the Cost of Home Heating This Winter

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????????If last winter’s energy bills left you cold, you may be interested in ways to reduce heating costs in your South Plains area home. These four tips will help to keep your heating costs manageable throughout the winter season. Read more


How Does Rain Affect My Air Conditioning Unit for My Lubbock Home?

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4 Simple Ways You Can Cut Cooling Costs in Your Home

Your HVAC equipment is one of the more important investments in your home, enabling you to find comfort indoors when the outside elements are rough. So you may be worried about the safety of your air conditioner’s outside components when the rain starts falling. It is, after all, powered by electricity, so it makes sense to wonder, “does rain affect my air conditioning unit?” Discover the answer to this question, so you can be an informed and savvy homeowner.

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It’s Almost Fall: Schedule Your HVAC Maintenance Now

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Fall HVAC maintenance

Fall is a transitional season – the perfect opportunity to perform HVAC maintenance that readies your furnace for the coming heating season and puts your A/C into a protective state so it will be ready for use next spring. This interval also gives your qualified HVAC technician the opportunity to thoroughly inspect all components of the system. He’ll be able to detect incipient furnace problems that might become major issues later in the winter, as well as note any wear and tear issues in the air conditioner that may have resulted from a long summer carrying the household or business cooling load.

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What Are the Most Common A/C Problems and How Can I Handle Them?

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common A/C problemsIt’s the height of summer and the worst possible time for your air conditioner to break down. Calling an HVAC technician to come fix it can be both time-consuming and costly. And what if the problem turns out to be something really simple? Here are four common A/C problems to check for before calling in a professional, and what to do about them.
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4 Simple Ways You Can Cut Cooling Costs in Your Home

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4 Simple Ways You Can Cut Cooling Costs in Your Home

How much does it cost to cool your home in the summer? As the summer heat warms up the house, the A/C is going to be working harder, but there are many ways you can cut cooling costs in your home.

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How You Can Save by Turning Off the Air Conditioner While You’re Away

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Air conditioning can add substantially to your utility bills in the summer months, but staying cool when the heat rises is important enough to make dealing with the expense worth it. You want to save money by using your air conditioner in the most efficient way possible, and you may have heard that leaving your system on when you leave the house is the best way to maintain efficiency. However, you could actually save by turning off the air conditioner when you’re not around.

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Duct Sealing and Insulation – an Easy Way to Improve A/C Efficiency

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Duct Sealing and InsulationIf you have a typical Texas home with a forced-air system, as much as 20 percent of the conditioned air being pumped out by your HVAC equipment is lost before it reaches your cooling registers due to leaks and gaps in the ducts. Duct sealing and insulation can lower these losses significantly, and it’s especially advantageous if you have ducting that’s installed in unconditioned areas such as a crawlspace or attic. Sealing up leaks and insulating your ducts provides some other big benefits: Read more


Reduce Allergens in your South Plains, TX home and Enjoy Improved Indoor Air Quality

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blog-reduce-allergensFrom pollen to mold spores to dust mites, allergens are everywhere. Without a good ventilation system, your allergies might not get a break even when you’re inside your home. You can’t control the allergens outside your home, but with a little attention to indoor air quality, you can breathe easily even at the height of allergy season. Read more


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