Monthly Archives: July 2014

Try Two-Stage Cooling and Lower Your Utility Bill

If you’re tired of high utility bills, but want to stay cool over the summer, it may be time to try out a two-stage cooling system. Unlike traditional air conditioners that

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Keep Summer Heat Gain From Invading Your Home

Summer heat gain invades your home comfort and your pocketbook, and makes your A/C work harder. Reverse heat gain issues and start saving energy today with these tips.

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Use Geothermal Tax Credits and Save on A/C Bills

Geothermal heat pumps (GHPs) have a well-earned reputation for being among the most energy-efficient ways to cool and heat homes. The federal government recognizes this and offers geothermal tax credits for

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Issues With the Heat Pump A/C? Tips for Troubleshooting

Keeping your Fort Wayne area home’s heat pump A/C working properly is critical for maintaining a comfortable home in the hot summer months. If your heat pump won’t cool your

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Good Ductwork Design: What Is It?

The average homeowner spends 20 to 30 percent more energy than necessary for cooling and heating bills due to leaky and inefficient ductwork. If you are constructing a new home

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Regional HVAC System Efficiency Standards Are Going to Rise

For more than two years, there has been a legal battle between the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and several HVAC trade organizations over regional HVAC system efficiency standards. The long-running

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Saving Energy and Resources: Start With the Small Things

While the debate rages on over climate change, it certainly appears true that more extreme manifestations of weather are appearing all the time.

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When You Go Air Filter Shopping, Do You Know What to Buy?

An effective HVAC air filter is essential to good indoor air quality and the operating efficiency of your home’s forced-air heating and cooling system. A dirty air filter will reduce the

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Landscaping Tips to Help Cover Up the Outside A/C Component

Split-system central air conditioners make our lives much more comfortable, but their outdoor components don’t always look so good in our yards. One way to make the outside unit –

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Three Types of Indoor Air Pollutants to Guard Against

Indoor air pollutants make our homes less safe for you and your family, contribute to allergy problems and otherwise threaten your health. Sometimes these problems may be lessened by simply solutions such

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