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Keep Your Home Comfortable With Tight Ductwork

Keep Your Home Comfortable With Tight Ductwork

If you’ve had high heating bills this winter, you should expect high cooling bills this summer. One of the most common reasons for this, as stated by the federal Energy

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How to Lower the Cooling Load in Your Home

How to Lower the Cooling Load in Your Home

Is your HVAC system working overtime to cool your home? If you have high energy bills or you’re trading comfortable home cooling for the sake of lower energy bills, it

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Upgrade Your Home Comfort With a Wi-Fi Thermostat

Upgrade Your Home Comfort With a Wi-Fi Thermostat

Programmable thermostats have long been touted as a way to help homeowners save money. Typically, users program schedules that cut back on cooling or heating when it isn’t needed. But

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Reputable HVAC Contractors and How to Find Them

Reputable HVAC Contractors and How to Find Them

When you’re hiring an HVAC contractor, reputation matters because you’re entrusting them with your family’s comfort and well being. This makes it crucial to thoroughly vet any contractor you’re considering

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Reasons Why it Pays to Invest in Preventive Maintenance

Reasons Why it Pays to Invest in Preventive Maintenance

A reliable HVAC system is essential for your comfort, especially during our extended cooling seasons here in the Coastal Bend. Investing in preventive maintenance is the easiest way to keep

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Is Your Home’s Attic Insulation Enough?

Is Your Home's Attic Insulation Enough?

The proper amount of attic insulation is what stands between the living spaces of your home and higher energy costs as well as less consistent comfort. The laws of physics

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Heat Pump Ratings for Homeowners

Heat Pump Ratings for Homeowners

While the energy efficiency of a furnace or air conditioner is expressed by a single standard rating—AFUE or SEER, respectively—a heat pump gets double ratings. The reason is really quite

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Zoning Systems Give You Comfort Control in Every Room of Your House

Zoning Systems Give You Comfort Control in Every Room of Your House

It’s a rare home that doesn’t benefit from a zoning system to control comfort levels and lower energy bills at the same time. When a home’s HVAC system has zone

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These are the Areas of Your House That Need the Most Ventilation

These are the Areas of Your House That Need the Most Ventilation

These days, new homes are built airtight to make them more economical to heat and cool. While that can save you money, an airtight home may also become a haven

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Troubleshooting for the Most Common Furnace Issues

Troubleshooting for the Most Common Furnace Issues

One moment your furnace is working fine. The next moment it’s not. It happens all the time. Now, you may be asking yourself if you should call your HVAC technician,

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    David Mathewst David Mathews is the owner of CCAC Air Conditioning and Heating. A Corpus Christi native... More »