How to Adjust Your Thermostat for the End of Daylight Saving Time

How to Adjust Your Thermostat for the End of Daylight Saving TimeThe end of daylight saving time is coming up quickly, which means you should take steps to make sure your home stays comfortably heated. Learn more about why you might need to adjust your thermostat when standard time returns this fall and how to do so for maximum indoor comfort.

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Fall Indoor Air Quality Concerns in Corpus Christi

Fall Indoor Air Quality Concerns in Corpus ChristiCorpus Christi lucked out during Hurricane Harvey, being spared the brunt of the storm, and though damage was sustained, it was not nearly as bad as we feared it might be.

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HVAC Considerations for Fall Hosts

HVAC Considerations for Fall HostsThe fall season is a fantastic time for homeowners to host friends and family, whether it’s for a momentary weekend get-together or one of the upcoming holidays. Before you have guests over, though, it’s important that your HVAC system is running smoothly and properly. To help you out, here are some HVAC considerations for you to make:

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Effects on Air Quality When Painting Indoors

Effects on Air Quality When Painting IndoorsSooner or later, we all have to freshen up the interior walls and trim with a new coat of paint. Whether you do it yourself or hire it done, your ordeal will include moving furniture and pictures, placing drop cloths on the floor — and smelling paint fumes.

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Stay at Home Pets: Best Temperature Settings for the Fall

Stay at Home Pets: Best Temperature Settings for the FallThe best temperature for pets is the same as yours. While their wild ancestors tolerate a much wider range, domestic cats and dogs have acclimatized to the same conditions we have, unless you have a heat- or cold-tolerant breed, like a Chihuahua or an Alaskan malamute.

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When to Winterize Your HVAC System

When to Winterize Your HVAC SystemEven though cool temperatures don’t arrive until November and are gone by April, winterizing your HVAC system is an important step in assuring your comfort and keeping energy bills low.

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How Fallen Leaves Affect Your HVAC

How Fallen Leaves Affect Your HVACYour HVAC system’s outdoor unit houses components that play key roles in cooling your living space: the condenser coil and the compressor. Since the outdoor unit is often located where it’s hidden from view, you may not notice when grass cuttings, fallen leaves, seed pods and other yard debris build up around or are blown inside the cabinet.

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What Time Should You Upgrade Your HVAC System?

What Time Should You Upgrade Your HVAC System?As the heat and humidity drop, any amount of time you have to spend on making your home more energy efficient and upgrade your HVAC system will be time well spent. Over the years, your HVAC system tends to lose efficiency, as do some elements of your home.

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It’s Time to Change Air Filters

It's Time to Change Air FiltersYou’ve probably seen them hundreds of times – the square or rectangular object with blue or green fiberglass or other material filling the space inside a cheap cardboard frame. You know it’s a furnace filter but otherwise aren’t sure about the job it performs in a forced-air cooling or heating system. If you’re a homeowner, knowing a little more about the air filter – including how often air filter changes are necessary – will end up providing you with energy savings and cleaner indoor air.

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How to Prepare Your Home for a New HVAC System

How to Prepare Your Home for a New HVAC SystemAs exciting as it is to look forward to a new heating and cooling system, the new HVAC system installation does require some planning and work ahead of time. Anything you do to make it faster and easier for the HVAC crew will speed the process, restoring comfort and order to your home.

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