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Sealing Your Home Envelope Is Essential to Energy Efficiency

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Envision the home you live in as a freestanding structure, vulnerable to wind, moisture and thermal components. Now imagine taking your home and enveloping it with an airtight seal. Through this process, you would eliminate problems with excess moisture and humidity, drafts, and even heat radiance. This is the goal of sealing your home envelope for maximum energy efficiency.

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Want to Keep Cooling Costs Low This Year? Try These 8 Helpful Tips

Monday, July 06, 2015

It's soon going to be air conditioning time in our region, and after the high utility bills we paid for heating this past winter, you'd probably like to do all you can to keep cooling costs low this summer. These tips can show you how.

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Installing a Zoning System to Stay Comfortable Year-Round

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

If you live in a multi-story house or one where some rooms heat or cool faster than others, you're a good candidate for a zoning system. These systems divide a house into two or more separate areas, or zones, each heated and cooled independently of the others. A properly installed zoning system will make sure all areas of your home get the heating and cooling they need while saving money on energy bills and accommodating different temperature preferences.

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How Dirty Air Filters Affect Your Home, HVAC System and Family

Thursday, May 21, 2015

The air filter plays a key role in the efficient operation of an HVAC system. Running the system with a dirty filter impacts the comfort and safety of your home and family, and the longevity of your costly heating and cooling equipment. Here are some of the negative effects of not replacing dirty air filters.

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3 Ventilation Options That Help Cool Your Home Efficiently

Monday, April 27, 2015

Ventilation options won’t replace your air conditioner during a hot mid-Atlantic summer. However, they can reduce dependence on it and, in some cases, even work alongside your A/C to help it cool your home more consistently and efficiently.

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