Although greater Wichita area is technically inside the Humid Sub-Tropical zone, the region experiences some harsh winters.  Frigid air masses commonly sweep south from Canada, bringing with them temperatures that remain well below zero degrees for several days.  Conditions like this make it especially important for you to keep your furnace in tip-top condition.  If you’re…

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Forced air furnaces are the most popular type of furnace in America. Like the name suggests, they force heated air through ducts in order to heat a building, whether it’s a commercial building or your home. In general, forced air systems are both extremely effective and energy-efficient.

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The air quality in your Kansas home is important and pollutants, such as dust and dander, can clog up your heating and cooling system. One of the easiest ways to improve the air quality in your home is by paying attention to the type of air filters you use.

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If you think geothermal heating and cooling could be the right choice for your home, you probably already know about your underground loop installation options. Have you considered indoor aspects of your installation? Here’s what you need to know:

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Home heating and cooling has been revolutionized in the past 10-15 years. If you don’t have an Energy Star-approved appliance, the money you think you are saving by not making a purchase could be getting burned up in your inefficient unit.

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Attention Kansas homeowners: How would you like to save energy and money not only during this heating season but year-round?  Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are designed to distribute heated or cooled air all through your home. Unfortunately, that air can seep out of areas that are not sealed or insulated properly. An…

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If your Wichita-area home is 15 years of age or older, it’s likely due for a furnace replacement. You may be pleasantly surprised, however, at recent, more energy-efficient innovations. For example, condensing gas furnaces are radically different from older technology. They are extremely efficient, saving you money while also preserving natural resources.  Here’s how they work:

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