If you need to purchase a new furnace to replace an old one, there are several factors you’ll need to consider. You’ll not only need to think about the cost, but the efficiency and suitability of the furnace for your home as well. The main things to consider when you shop for your furnace are the furnace…

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By now you probably know that carbon monoxide is a harmful gas that’s almost impossible to detect with human senses alone, but you may not know exactly what to do to avoid the danger. CO is a byproduct of internal combustion engines and the result of incomplete natural gas, oil and other fossil fuel burning.…

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As fall draws closer, its time to complete routine heat pump maintenance tasks that will provide energy savings and improved indoor air quality (IAQ) while extending the lifespan of your heat pump unit. While some maintenance tasks are easily completed by homeowners, others are most appropriately handled by an HVAC professional.

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Geothermal HVAC systems have longevity and require relatively little maintenance compared to other types of systems. That being said, you should still have a professional perform a quick geothermal tune up once in a while to keep everything running smoothly. Here are the main things you need to check:

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The quality of indoor air has become a problem in many homes and public places. The issue of indoor air quality is often not taken seriously until it is found to be the cause of minor and sometimes serious health concerns. Health issues that can occur due to poor indoor air quality include:

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Most Wichita homeowners are aware that indoor air pollution is an issue of growing concern, especially with the often high winds blowing dust and debris around neighborhoods. It can be especially irritating for those with allergies or respiratory problems, despite closed windows and overtime with the vacuum cleaner or mop. Caring for the ductwork in your…

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An air conditioner can help your Wichita home stay cool in the summer, but let’s face it: air conditioners are not the most attractive appliances. The outdoor unit (compressor/condenser) of your A/C can detract from window treatments and can generally make the exterior of your home less appealing. It’s bad enough that some Kansas homeowners’…

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Did you know that by reducing how much heat enters your Wichita home in the summertime you can lower your home cooling costs and better maintain a more comfortable home? Your household’s doors, walls, windows and ceilings all work together to insulate the indoor environment. Therefore, the energy efficiency of each of these components can have…

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