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Tight Ducts Will Help Keep the Heat in Your Home Where it BelongsFort Wayne’s winters are frigid and snowy, so your furnace needs to be at peak performance before it gets cold. Repairs to heating ductwork are often neglected because the ducts aren't easily visible, however, this can lead to serious problems. Here are some suggestions on how to recognize broken or loose ducts:

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How to Perform a Home Energy EvaluationWhen you look at your monthly utility bills, do you ever get the sneaking suspicion that you're not doing enough to save energy—not just for the environment, but for your household budget, as well? If so, you'll be happy to know that there's an effective way to measure energy waste in your home and then devise a strategy for reversing that waste. It's called a home energy evaluation.

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Evaluate Your Home for Heat Loss Before it Costs You this WinterYour home’s heat can escape through gaps and even the smallest cracks, but heat loss doesn’t stop there. Heat travels toward cooler areas, and if its path isn’t properly blocked by insulating materials, it will be conducted and transmitted out of the home through exterior walls and window glass. By discovering heat’s escape routes and eliminating or reducing them, your home will feel more comfortable, your heating system won’t have to work as hard and you will save money.

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energy new haven indianaWhen you shut off your appliances, electronics or other energy-consuming devices, you might think they're no longer using power. Turning off lights and equipment you aren't using is definitely a good energy-conservation measure, but even when switched off, if they're plugged in, computers, televisions, refrigerators and other electric devices are still consuming a small bit of energy, known as standby power.

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