preventative maintenance

How to Naturally Lower Your Home’s Indoor Temperature and Cut Cooling Costs

You’re probably aware that colors and materials used in the home have an effect on your mood. But did you know that paint color and building materials also affect indoor temperatures? Just like wearing black clothes on a hot summer day is going to make you feel extra toasty, compared to if you wore white, paint colors and building materials will have a similar effect.

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4 Benefits of Variable-Speed HVAC Systems

You know what an HVAC system is, but what exactly is a variable-speed HVAC system? This type of system simply allows the unit to run at different speeds and doesn’t force the system to operate at full capacity to meet the thermostat’s temperature setting. Here are four reasons to consider upgrading to a variable-speed HVAC system.

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4 Potential Causes of a Soggy Spot in Your Yard

The only thing worse than having dry, yellow patches in your yard is having soggy spots. Unfortunately, soggy spots are usually noticed the hard way — by stepping into one. If you’ve noticed a soggy spot in your yard, there are four potential causes: a leak in the waterline, a leaking sprinkler system, a leaking septic system, or a drainage problem.

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The 4 Types of HVAC Air Filters

HVAC filters remove impurities from the air and help keep indoor air clean. During allergy season, it is especially important to make sure HVAC filters are clean and able to continue removing pollen, dander, dust and other allergens from the air.

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5 Signs of a Malfunctioning Furnace

It’s been a cold winter and your furnace has likely been running daily for months, keeping your family nice and warm. If you’ve kept up on maintenance, then your furnace should be in good condition. If you spot any of the following signs, however, then you need to have your furnace inspected ASAP.

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