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Do-It-Yourself Furnace Maintenance

Your furnace needs the proper maintenance to keep it running efficiently and to help ensure it lasts as long as it is designed to. However, hiring a professional to clean, oil and maintain this appliance can get costly. My name is Jeff and like many of you, I live on a very tight budget. I spent a lot of time researching various type of maintenance that I could do on my furnace myself to get it the maintenance it needed at a price that I could live with. I created this website to share my knowledge and experiences with others who wish to save some money on their furnace maintenance needs. I hope this proves helpful to you.

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Are Ductless Heat Pumps Worth It?
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Are Ductless Heat Pumps Worth It?

Ductless heat pumps definitely have some convenient features that make them perfect for some property owners. However, they also have some drawbacks and limitations you should consider. That is, ductless heat pumps definitely aren't going to be practical or efficient on every property. This article explains when and how ductless heat pumps work the best. Ductless Heat Pumps Are Cheap and Convenient First of all, the best thing about ductless heat pumps is that you can basically walk into a store, buy one, and have it up and running that same day. Read More 

Like Things Roasty Toasty During The Winter? 4 Reasons You Should Cool Things Down A Bit

Winter is here. Now that the temperatures are taking a nosedive, you've probably been turning the thermostat up a notch or two. If you have, you might want to turn it back down a few degrees. Turns out, there are some very good reasons why you should keep your home on the cooler side during the winter. In addition to keeping your energy costs lower, here are four other benefits you can enjoy when you turn the thermostat down and keep your home cooler during the winter. Read More 

4 Reasons You Need Professional Central AC Repair

When the hot temperatures of summer come while living in a very hot region of the country, air conditioning is essential to keep a house cool. What you don't want is for the air conditioner to suddenly break down at a time that you need it the most. That is why you want the air conditioner in great shape when it starts getting a lot of use. Pay attention to these warning signs to catch a problem before the air conditioner fails: Read More 

3 Easy Ways To Take Care Of Your Boiler In Your New Home

If you have a boiler in your new home, here are three easy ways that you can take care of your boiler and ensure that it functions and works properly. #1 Keep It Clean Often times, boilers are located inside of closets or in basements. Both of these locations are prime areas for storing items that you don't need or use that often out of sight. However, you really should not surround your boiler with clutter and other items. Read More 

Getting Your Air Conditioning Ready For Spring Before The Hot Weather Hits

When you have a centralized air conditioning system for your home, the time to get service on your system is before you need it. Before the weather in your area becomes hot and humid, it's important to make sure that your system is cleaned and ready for the work ahead. While you can help by removing any dirt and debris from around the outside of your unit, and making sure any vents are not blocked, only a professional will be able to get your system running efficiently for the season. Read More