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Heating and Cooling

Top 4 Tips for Troubleshooting Your Faulty Furnace

It’s frustrating to wake up on a chilly morning and turn on your heat, only to find there’s no heat coming out of the vents.

Green Home

Cut the Energy Bill and Increase Home Value: 5 Projects to Accomplish by July

As the summer heat approaches, it’s time to get your home ready for it. The more you prepare, the more you can save on your cooling bills.

Seasonal Maintenance

Reminder: Midwinter Home Maintenance Checkup

Tweet But winter does not mean a complete rest from your home maintenance work as several problems could be looming just out of sight. Let’s take a look at a

Plumbing and Wiring

6 Home Preparation Tips for Winter Vacation

Tweet Leaving your home during winter vacation has its own preparation requirements, what you must follow to ensure that your return does not come with one or more surprises. 1.

Heating and Cooling

Get a Handle on Your Home Heating Costs

Tweet Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your heating costs immediately. There are also various low- and high-cost solutions, what you may want to explore as your

Heating and Cooling

How Does a Thermostat Work?

Tweet When you set your thermostat you want to set it and forget it. Most times that happens but other times it does not. How does this small unit keep

Home Utility

Knowing the In’s and Out’s of Your Thermostat

Winter is one of the hardest months, energy-wise. Even in Texas, a state most people think of as only being hot and mostly dry, winters can be difficult to deal with.

Home Utility

How to Save on Energy Costs This Winter

Make no mistake about it: fuel prices will be high again this winter.

Heating and Cooling

You Can Reduce Your High Winter Heating Bills

You can expect several more months of winter heating bills, but your future expenses don’t have to be as high as last month’s bill.

Heating and Cooling

Home Weatherproofing is Not Just for Winter

Tweet Springtime invites thoughts of gardening, lawn renewal and garage sales, but it doesn’t necessarily bring “weatherproofing” to the mind of most homeowners. After all, sealing windows and doors is