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How Changing the Furnace Filter Impacts HVAC System Efficiency Year-Round

Thursday, February 19, 2015

As long as it's in operation, your home's central HVAC system is circulating air throughout your house. As it does, small particulates like dust, dander, pollen and other airborne pollutants are picked up and carried through the ductwork. Without a filter, these could be carried into the HVAC system, building up on fan blades and even being pulled into the furnace, causing a fire hazard. The filter protects the HVAC system, and changing the furnace filter every month does too.

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5 Indoor Issues That Can Trigger Allergy Problems

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

When you suffer from allergies, just walking into places laced with allergens can be a miserable experience. Knowing about common indoor allergy triggers can help you understand what's causing stuffy noses, itchy eyes and scratchy throats. It can also give you insight on how to make your home environment more healthy.

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Is a Zoning System the Right Fit for the Needs of Your West Texas Family?

Monday, January 19, 2015

Are you tired of paying more than you think you should on heating and cooling bills? You can save significantly and boost home comfort at the same time if you utilize zoning. Learn more about zoning systems and decide if your West Texas family could benefit from having one installed in your home.

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Could These Advanced Heat Pump Features Work for You?

Monday, January 05, 2015

A heat pump is a great way to keep your house warm in winter and cool in summer. However, there are more options for heat pumps than you think. You can get a basic model and keep your house comfortable for less energy, or you can look into these advanced heat pump features to maximize comfort and really see some energy savings.

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3 Common Explanations for High Energy Bills and What You Can Do to Turn Them Around

Thursday, December 18, 2014

If your heating and cooling bills seem higher than those of your neighbors who live in comparable homes, figuring out why it's happening doesn't have to remain a mystery. Your higher energy bills could have a simple explanation. Here are three easy ways you can reduce energy bills in your West Texas home.

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