BTAC Articles

How to Work Energy Efficiency and Conservation Into Your South Plains Home

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Having indoor air comfort and good indoor air quality is important to South Plains homeowners. This means cooling your home during the summer and heating your home during cooler winter months. Unfortunately, achieving indoor air comfort can result in high energy costs. You can maintain your ... Read more →

Noises Plaguing Your Furnace and Ducts? What They’re Telling You

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Ductwork is responsible for delivering heated or cooled air throughout your home. Often made of metal, ductwork has been known to make noises while the HVAC system is in use. These noises, which range from normal to a symptom of a larger issue, can be troubling to homeowners. By listening to the ... Read more →

Attic Insulation and How It Impacts Year-Round Home Comfort

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Attic insulation resists the transfer of heat between the living quarters of your home and the attic overhead. Because it naturally transfers from a warmer to a cooler zone, heat is always moving the wrong direction for optimum household comfort and efficiency. During winter heat energy in warm ... Read more →

Try Out These Fall and Winter Energy-Saving Tips

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With colder weather on its way, now’s the time to start thinking about fall and winter energy-saving tips. Even in South Plains where winter weather is mild, you stand to save money on utility bills with these tips. ... Read more →

A/C Efficiency Ratings: What Those Acronyms Mean for Your Home Comfort

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Because cooling systems use a significant amount of energy, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sets minimum standards for A/C efficiency. The DOE periodically revises the minimum A/C efficiency standards in order to help consumers save energy and reduce the overall demand for electricity ... Read more →
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