Reasons to Love Smart Thermostats

Reasons to Love Smart ThermostatsSmart thermostats are all the rage as the latest, greatest innovation in home HVAC controls. If you currently have a more basic thermostat that’s working just fine, are there any good reasons why you should upgrade to smart technology? The answer is yes, because there’s a lot to love about a smart thermostat, including: Read More »

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How to Gauge Your Furnace Performance

How to Gauge Your Furnace PerformanceHow well your furnace performs not only affects the comfort level in your home, but it also impacts your heating-related energy bills, and ongoing costs for maintenance and repairs. With the end of the heating season approaching, you have an ideal opportunity to gauge your furnace performance by weighing some key factors. Read More »

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Warming Up Cold Floors in Winter

Warming Up Cold Floors in WinterAlthough winters in the Corpus Christi area aren’t filled with ice and snow, it can still get cold enough to affect your home. Walking on cold floors, especially when you first get up in the morning, can make winter an unpleasant experience. Fortunately, there are ways to warm up the floors in your home, so you can stay comfortable. Read More »

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How Your Health and IAQ Go Hand-in-Hand

How Your Health and IAQ Go Hand-in-HandIf you want to take care of your health, there are a few things you should do: eat right, exercise regularly, get a medical checkup annually… and improve your home’s indoor air quality. That last one doesn’t generally make it to lists of health tips, but it’s more important than you think.

Here are some of the ways poor IAQ can affect your health, and what to do about it. Read More »

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Winter Heating Considerations: Groundhog Day

Winter Heating Considerations: Groundhog DayGroundhog Day is coming, and with it, Punxsutawney Phil’s annual prediction of what weather we can expect for the next six weeks. But unless you’re repeating the day over and over, winter heating season is nearly over either way, and spring is fast approaching.

Groundhog Day is the perfect time to start doing basic spring maintenance. Here are a few steps you can take. Read More »

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Nursery Temperature Safety Tips

Nursery Temperature Safety TipsIt’s so cold! Crank up the heat and try to warm up! However, if you have a baby in the house, that’s actually a bad idea. Children under a year old are very sensitive to heat, and being too warm can trigger SIDS. So what’s the ideal nursery temperature for your baby? And how do you keep them safe while keeping the house comfortable? Read More »

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Gas Leak Prevention Tips

Gas Leak Prevention TipsSome knowledge needs to be universal and knowing the signs of gas leaks ranks high on that list. These leaks can cause irreparable harm to property and extinguish human and animal life. While all gas providers put a chemical in the gas to make it easy to smell, there are other signs as well. Knowing them can prevent a serious accident. Read More »

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Window Insulation for Old Homes

Window Insulation for Old HomesFor all the charm an old house brings, it also brings with it high energy bills unless you’ve invested in energy efficient improvements. If you have the home’s original windows, you may want to turn to window insulation to prevent some of the thermal losses that are inherent in aging and drafty windows. Read More »

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Home Comfort Birthday Party Considerations

Home Comfort Birthday Party ConsiderationsIf you’re hosting events in the new year, the weather might be an issue, especially if a lot of people will be attending and the weather might be warm. Party considerations in the summer don’t usually include the weather since it’s always hot, but in the winter, weather that’s warm could overheat your home. Read More »

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Top HVAC Airflow Problems

Top HVAC Airflow ProblemsWhen you notice that all or parts of your home aren’t comfortable, you might have airflow problems with your HVAC system. Forced-air systems send high volumes of air through the ductwork to condition your home. When the airflow slows or stops to one or all the parts of your home, there’s either a physical or mechanical reason behind it. Read More »

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