If you’ve given any thought to making your home more energy-efficient, you may have found yourself overwhelmed by the options. There are a lot of ways to save energy dollars, but every home is different, and the last thing you want is to make a major investment only to find out later that your home…

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A heat pump is a very efficient heating and cooling system that performs year-round to maintain the comfort levels in your home. With spring’s arrival and warmer temperatures approaching, it’s time to get your heat pump ready for the hot summer months ahead. Do this heat pump maintenance yourself in five easy steps and keep your system running at optimum…

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When the time comes for the replacement, service or maintenance of your heating or cooling system, hiring an HVAC contractor who is experienced and knowledgeable can help ensure the success of the project and increase your level of satisfaction. Here are some great tips on what to look for, to keep your Wichita home running…

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You already know to ensure windows and doors have good seals, and that you have to get your air conditioner (A/C) inspected, too. But there’s one more thing that can help you make your home a lot more comfortable, and that’s changing your ceiling fan direction.

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There are many factors affecting airflow, comfort and energy bills in a home, and the comfort preferences and energy usage habits of household members account for only some of them. Read on to learn how a professionally designed zoning system can maintain comfort for all household members, and help manage energy costs around the clock.

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Now that spring is here it’s time to start taking advantage of longer, warmer days to save energy. Summer heat isn’t far away which means your cooling system will likely be employed. Instead of grinning and bearing high energy costs, think wisely about summer and spring energy-saving tips to live by:

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You might be surprised to learn that no matter how efficient your furnace or HVAC is, if you have poor insulation, you’re throwing money out the window. Not only that, but a drafty house also creates indoor air quality issues that can irritate allergy and asthma symptoms. Get a free indoor air quality analysis to spot problems…

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