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What You Should Know About Heat Exchangers

What You Should Know About Heat Exchangers

In gas furnaces, heat exchangers perform the vital function of ensuring effective heating and, moreover, household safety. The burner in your furnace doesn’t directly heat the air that flows out

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How Are Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors Working?

How Are Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors Working?

Most homeowners are careful about ensuring their smoke alarms are in place and working properly. But what about your carbon monoxide detectors? If you haven’t yet installed one, you might

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Cracked Heat Exchanger: A Danger to Your Household

Cracked Heat Exchanger: A Danger to Your Household

A cracked heat exchanger represents the one single problem that can take your furnace out of operation, even though it probably still runs. The heat exchanger absorbs the heat the

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Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Important for Home Safety

Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Important for Home Safety

It’s important to have carbon monoxide detectors in your home to keep occupants safe from exposure to this deadly gas. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a byproduct of the combustion process,

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What Are the Health Effects of Indoor Air Pollution?

Indoor air pollution is a problem in a surprising number of households, especially as the relationship between energy efficiency and proper ventilation gets more complex. Air purifiers, better filters and

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Even This Mild TX Climate Calls for Routine Furnace Maintenance

Texas has hot summers and mild winters compared to other places in the country, leaving some homeowners concerned with energy costs to argue the necessity of having a routine maintenance

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Ensuring the Best Air Quality in Your Corpus Christi Home: A Room-by-Room Guide

To ensure the best air quality in your Corpus Christi home, take it room by room. Start with any space listed below, and perform an inspection to find out what’s

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Your Attached Garage Requires Sealing–Or Else

Your home’s attached garage is a great asset for your home. Unfortunately,  it can be a catch-all for weed eaters, hedge trimmers. paints, lawn mowers and other chemicals and outdoor

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors Thwart The Threat Of Carbon Monoxide

Each year approximately thousands of people have to go to the hospital for accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. In the United States, carbon monoxide gas is the biggest cause of accidental

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Five Reasons To Have Your Ductwork Sealed

Your home’s ductwork delivers cooled or warmed air to the various rooms throughout your house, but if it’s not properly sealed, you can experience problems. In an average household, up

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