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3 Ways to Cut Heating Costs and Stay Warm

Cold weather is upon us and will be for a few more months. Now is a great time to have your furnace checked. In most cases the savings the checkup creates will pay for itself.

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Replacing Your Air Conditioner

Buying a new central air conditioner is not fun. The average home owner may only buy one or two in a life time. The most important thing to do before even choosing a brand is to choose a company you can trust.

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Tax Credits Return For 2013

On January 2, President Obama signed legislation designed to avoid the “fiscal cliff” and keep tax rates from increasing for every American who pays taxes. In addition to its many other tax provisions, the bill retroactively reinstates the 25C tax credits for highly efficient HVAC and water heating equipment that expired at the end of 2011.

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Annual Furnace Check-Up’s

It’s that time of year again! Cold weather is here, and with it so is the need to run your home’s furnace. As much as we enjoy the warm benefits of our furnace, many fail...

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5 Ways To Save This Fall

You know what they say about Ohio weather? If you don’t like it, just stick around and it will change soon. Right now many homeowners have a thermostat that automatically switches from heating to cooling and they are experiencing just that. On cool mornings the furnace is running...

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Why install a power attic fan?

Consider this: air trapped in your attic can easily reach 150˚ or more. Left untreated, that heat finds its way into your home, increasing the load on your air conditioner. Power attic fans are designed to remove this hot air...

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Air Duct Cleaning

Over time, the inside of the air ducts in your home can accumulate a wide variety of contaminants that can impair the quality of your home’s air, and lower the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. Take a look in your air ducts.

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Thermostat Settings

One of the easiest ways to save money with your heating and air conditioning system is to make sure your thermostat is set between 72° and 78° F.

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