You limped through last winter with a furnace that was no longer up to the job, and you know you’ll be needing a replacement this fall. You still have plenty of time to choose the model that’s ideal for your Wichita home and have it expertly installed. But before you make any decisions, do your…

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Feel that nip in the air? It might not be a big nip right now, but anyone who has lived in Wichita for a while knows that winter’s bite can be fierce. So while you’re thinking about pumpkins, harvest festivals and school activities, set aside a weekend or two to make your home ready for…

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Geothermal is one of the greenest heating and cooling options available today, and the savings offered by these systems is impressive. Like any other heating and/or cooling system, however, a geothermal installation must be maintained. Here are four keys to getting the most from your geothermal heating and cooling system. 

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Did you know that indoor air can be more than 10 times more polluted than outdoor air? This is bad news if you have allergies, asthma or other respiratory sensitivities. Fortunately, you aren’t helpless in this matter. It’s possible to improve your indoor-air quality by addressing factors in the following three areas: source control, ventilation…

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Rising utility rates and environmental concerns are on everyone’s mind these days, and they’re two convincing reasons to reduce your water consumption. The benefits are clear: lower water bills and a smaller carbon footprint. Here are five helpful tips to get you on your way.

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If your cooling and heating bills seem abnormally high, you could have leaky ductwork. This is a problem many homeowners encounter. Undetected, ductwork leaks can drive up your energy bills in proportion to the size and amount of the leaks and degrade your indoor-air quality, sometimes severely.

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Interesting fact: Before our modern air conditioners, people harvested ice from lakes and rivers and used it for refrigeration. These “crops” of ice were measured in tons, which eventually became the vernacular for measuring today’s air conditioner capacity. 

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When you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, it pays to be a well-informed consumer. You’re well on the road to that goal if you’ve read about the use of Manual J and Manual D in air conditioner installation. There’s one more manual that you should learn about, also from the Air Conditioning…

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