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Smart Ways to Lower Your Home Heating Bills

You can still lower your home heating bills even when the temperature drops outside. All it takes is a little effort. After all, sometimes a small investment can […]

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These Advanced Features Make Heat Pumps More Effective in Wichita Homes

Heat pumps may play second fiddle to furnaces and boilers for powerful home heating. However, heat pumps offer strategic advantages for maximum energy savings when […]

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Switching to a Programmable Thermostat May Be the Best Investment You’ll Make

One of the best HVAC devices available to enhance home comfort and energy savings with minimal effort is a programmable thermostat. Read on to learn […]

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Don’t Forget Your Ceiling Fans This Spring

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 […]

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Improving Home Insulation Means Better Comfort, Indoor Air Quality

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 […]

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Basic Solar Terms: A Glossary for DIYers Considering This Option

Homeowners considering solar power are bombarded with a slew of unfamiliar jargon, but knowing some of the basic solar terms can help make navigating the […]

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Slay Energy Vampires This Record-Setting Winter with These Tips

Energy vampires can suck energy savings right out of your home any time of year. In the winter, heating systems can drive up the energy […]

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Whole House Humidification and Its Advantages Over Portable Units

Dry air can lead to a host of issues, including discomfort, higher energy costs, health issues, and damage to wood furnishings and other possessions. Dry […]

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Reduce Home Heat Loss to Keep Your Kansas Home Cozy and Monthly Bills Low

Winter is upon us here in Kansas, and we can expect cold weather for the next few months. Unfortunately, though your heating system may be […]

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Installing a New Furnace? Consider These Add-Ons

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, […]

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