Minimize Heat Loss to Reduce Your Monthly Bills Set Your Thermostat Back 7°-10°F for 8 Hours to cut costs It can save you up to 10% annually on cooling and heating simply by flipping your thermostat back 7°-10°F for 8 hrs each day from the ordinary setting. To get
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Heating your home this winter doesn't have to mean burning through your checking account. Learn how you can lower your heating bill this winter!Electricity costs are increasing more than ever this winter, so having a good strategy for saving money is a great idea. This will give you more spending
5 Ways to Get Your Furnace Ready for FallIt is hard to believe that summer is on the way out and fall and winter are right around the corner, so it means it’s time to get that furnace ready. The average household spends about $700 a year for natural gas heating. Don’t
Indoor Air Quality and Wild Fires – Make Sure You’re Covered! This has been a summer of records for the Portland Metro area, most days with a temperature of 90 degrees or higher and also having the worst air quality in the entire United States on multiple days due
An AC tune-up is important to ensure the longevity and efficiency of your air conditioning unit. In fact, here are 6 benefits of scheduling a tune-up for your AC unit that goes beyond just how cold the air conditioner runs! Summer is upon us, the last thing you want
The Ideal AC Temperature for Summer to Keep Your House Cool and Your Wallet Comfortable The Ideal AC Temperature for Summer Summer is coming, temperatures are rising, and it’s time to find that ideal AC temperature for your home. Here’s how to keep your house cool and avoid a
Cool Air for Spring? Do These 5 Things Before you turn your AC On If this is the first time you turn the AC on all year, you should follow these 5 pieces of advice. Do this ensure you will get wonderful cool air for spring and summer heat.
Why do I need Air Purification for my home’s HVAC System? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), most Americans spend about 90 percent of their time indoors, where the indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than the outside. Today, pollutant concentrations have increased due to
What is a heat pump? A heat pump is a cooling and heating system designed to keep your home comfortably warm in the winter and pleasantly cool in the summer. Unlike a furnace, it doesn’t burn fuel to make heat-it moves heat from one place to another. In the
As we move into the last weeks of summer we can’t help but to start thinking of the colder days and nights ahead. Many of us don’t think about our furnaces until we need them most and for some it might be a little too late. This weeks article