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Are You in a West Virginia Asthma Zone?

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Do you live in West Virginia, and are you concerned about the air in your home? Sometimes where you live makes a difference in your air quality. Not all parts of a state are the same, and different home-construction trends and other factors can make some places more likely to cause or aggravate asthma symptoms.


3 Signs Your Furnace Needs a New Control Board

Friday, November 20, 2015

A furnace's control board or circuit board serves as its brain. This control center tells the furnace's components when to activate, shut off, and perform any other necessary functions in your Maryland home. Disrupted running cycles and unexpected shutdowns are among some common signs your furnace needs a new control board.


Fall is the Time to Get Ready for Winter (Infographic)

Friday, October 23, 2015

Fall is here which means it won’t be long before winter makes its frosty presence known.
Take the time now to prepare your home, so you and your family stay warm, cozy and healthy all winter long.


HVAC Options for Your Mother-in-Law Suite

Monday, October 19, 2015

A mother-in-law suite provides your guests with a separate space to call their own. Whether you include just a bedroom and bath or add other amenities, such as a kitchenette, you must supply that space with conditioned air. Before you start construction on the mother-in-law suite for your Virginia home, decide which HVAC option will work best.


4 Tips for Choosing an HVAC Service Plan

Friday, October 16, 2015

An HVAC service plan provides you with a worry-free way to keep track of your air conditioner's and furnace's condition. Once or twice a year, depending on the service contract, your HVAC technician will visit your home and evaluate all the components of your system. When choosing an HVAC service plan in West Virginia, follow these four tips.