Heating & Cooling

Packaged Thermal Air Conditioners: Not Just for Hotels

Packaged thermal air conditioners are often seen in hotels, but homeowners can use them, too.

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Tips to Effectively Maintain Your Heating and Cooling System

Most homes have a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system that they rely on to keep themselves comfortable during inclement weather. HVAC systems have become more complex as technology has developed, but there are still things that you can do to keep your HVAC system functioning and as good as new. It is important to […]

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Are Electric Baseboard Heaters an Energy-Efficient Way to Heat a Home?

Henry asks, “Are electric baseboard heaters a good way to provide extra heat for a home?”

Electric baseboard heaters are one of the most expensive ways to heat a home, but they can be easily turned off or down in rooms where more heat isn’t needed. Read on to find out more.

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How to Clean Baseboard Heaters

Baseboard heaters can become clogged with dirt, dust, debris, pet dander and hair. Clean them at least once a year to keep them working safely and efficiently.

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PTAC Units: A Packaged Heating & Cooling Solution

Need a self-contained heating and cooling system? Consider PTAC units or packaged terminal air conditioners.

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Ductless Air Conditioning: The Right Choice for Your Home?

Ductless split air conditioning systems are easier and more affordable to install than central AC, but are they right for your home? Here’s what you should know.

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4 Types of Air Conditioners to Consider

As a homeowner, if you’re not sure which air conditioner suits you the best, here’s a quick and helpful guide.

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Winterizing Your Home

With winter here many Americans are looking for ways to save money on the rising cost of heating their homes. In addition, this is also the time of year when homeowners may want to take a look at some unwanted visitors who can do some real damage to areas of the home you may never see.

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