Monthly Archives: November 2011

Pre-Service Checklist

Before you call a professional, these helpful tips could eliminate an unexpected expense and save some frustration. Disclaimer- Please Do Not attempt to do any troubleshooting or maintenance work yourself if you are uncomfortable or are unfamiliar with proper procedures, … Continue reading

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Do you want to lower your utility cost?

PROGRAM YOUR THERMOSTAT Programming a thermostat to energy-saving settings can lower the cost for heating your home by about 20%, (according to Xcel Energy). Programmable thermostats usually come programmed to the Energy-Star settings for maximum savings. The following information is … Continue reading

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Clean, safe, whole-house humidifiers

It has been cold and the furnace has been running a lot. As the day gets started, you turn on the light and get a shock from the light switch. Ouch! Then as you comb your child’s hair, it won’t … Continue reading

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Furnace filters – How, Why and What

Ok, let’s start at the beginning………. The furnace should be maintained yearly by a service professional, (as recommended by the manufacture) and you need to be changing the filter regularly as well. There is or there should be a filter … Continue reading

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