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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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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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Find the Right Balance Between Heating and Humidity

Find the Right Balance Between Heating and Humidity

If you have ever battled dry skin or chapped lips in the winter, you know the effects of too little humidity in your home. Unfortunately, if you just use some

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Are Space Heaters Risky for Your Home’s Safety?

Are Space Heaters Risky for Your Home's Safety?

South Texas winters are usually mild. Since the weather often doesn’t get that cold, it may be tempting for many homeowners to consider using a space heater to warm the

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Save Money and Sleep Better — Turn Down the Temperature in Your Home

Save Money and Sleep Better — Turn Down the Temperature in Your Home

This winter — and year round really — you can save energy in your South Texas home while sleeping better, too, and all it requires is proper operation of your

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Want Better Energy Savings at Home? Weatherize Your Windows

Want Better Energy Savings at Home? Weatherize Your Windows

Despite the temperate winters here in the Coastal Bend, air leaks around your home can increase your heating bills in the winter, and they can make cooling your home more

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Checking Insulation Levels in Your House

Checking Insulation Levels in Your House

While most homeowners know that insulation is a good thing to have, they may not know how much insulation they actually need. Many homeowners go with “however much is up

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Signs Your Ductwork is Getting Too Old

Signs Your Ductwork is Getting Too Old

Ductwork has a life span, and if yours is 15 years old or so, it may be time to think of replacing it, particularly if you’re planning on replacing your

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Cold Weather Resets for Programmable Thermostats

Cold Weather Resets for Programmable Thermostats

Used properly, a programmable thermostat can provide you with one more valuable tactic in your overall strategy to improve the efficiency of your home. Convincing your family to resist the

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