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HVAC Return on Investment

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It’s no secret that replacing your HVAC unit is a big purchase for your home. Wouldn’t it be nice to get a return on that investment and recoup some of the cost? Well, you can! Here’s how… Energy Efficiency The best way to judge the energy efficiency of your new unit is by looking at the SEER rating. You’re probably wondering what exactly that is.  SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a metric used to measure how much cooling a system puts out for each unit of energy it consumes. The higher the SEER rating, the more…

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Why A Humidifier Is Essential During the Winter Season

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During the winter, most of us are familiar with dry hands and chapped lips from the dry, cold air. While we often experience these unpleasant side effects from being outside, many people experience them from the dry air in their home as well. The winter months bring cold, dry air that causes a lack of relative humidity in your home. A lack of relative humidity can cause a myriad of issues for anyone occupying your home. That’s why a whole-house humidifier is a winter must-have. With a humidifier, you can: Reduce Airborne Viruses With today’s world of viruses and disease,…

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Featured System: Lennox Heating and Cooling Systems

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Lennox is a home comfort product manufacturer that was incorporated in 1948 and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau since 1998. They have an extensive line of products for residential and commercial consumers and are known to have some of the quietest and most efficient air conditioners, heat pumps and furnaces you can buy. For residential consumers, they have helped to take the guesswork out of the decision making by offering a product selector on their website for those needing heating, cooling or entire system solutions for their home. In three (3) short steps, you’ll have their…

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The Benefits of Radiant Systems

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When the winter months are upon us, heat is a non-negotiable expense as we want to do everything we can to keep our homes comfortable and warm. There are several different heating systems a home-owner or landlord can have like forced-air ducts, steam radiators, and baseboard heat to name a few.  Radiant systems are another system that many eco- and cost-conscious consumers are seeing as a more favorable option to effectively supply heat throughout their home. What are radiant systems? A radiant system supplies heat directly through the floor, walls or ceiling of a house by heating adjacent air indirectly….

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