Keeping Your Home Comfortable

Four Signs A Geothermal Heat Pump May Be Perfect For Your Heating And Cooling Needs

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A geothermal heat pump uses a system of pipes to collect heat from the ground and bring it into your house. (Or vice versa, collecting excess heat from your house and distributing it in the ground.) It works similarly to how an air conditioner moves heat, except that instead of putting that excess heat into the air, it puts it underground. This type of heat pump can serve you well for a long time, but it may not be right for everyone.…

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3 Reasons Not To Install Your Own HVAC System

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If your home is in need of a new HVAC system, you might be thinking about trying to install one yourself. Since installing an HVAC system can be a big investment for your home, it makes a lot of sense that you are looking for ways to keep costs reasonable. However, instead of installing it yourself, you may just want to look for other ways to cut costs, such as by comparing prices.…

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House Sitter Reporting That Your Furnace Won't Turn On? 3 Things To Have Them Check Before You Call For Furnace Repair

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When you are away on an extended business trip or vacation, your house sitter is your go-to source for knowing that your property is okay until you return home. Yet, problems do occasionally pop up, and it is frustrating trying to determine if a repair is needed when you cannot be there. When your house sitter complains that your home is too cold, ask them to check for these common culprits before calling for furnace repair.…

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