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Top HVAC Airflow Problems

Top HVAC Airflow Problems

When 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

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How to Start Saving Money This January

How to Start Saving Money This January

Looking for some ways to save money after all that splurging for the holidays? One of the best ways to cut costs for the new year is by implementing energy-efficient

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Staying Warm and Saving Money This Winter

Staying Warm and Saving Money This Winter

As the weather grows colder, you’re going to need to start running your furnace with increasing frequency in order to keep warm. Which would be great if it wasn’t so

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Dead Rodent in Your Ductwork? Here’s What To Do

Dead Rodent in Your Ductwork? Here's What To Do

When you have a foul odor in your home, it could be coming from a rodent that has crawled into your ductwork and died. This strong, unpleasant smell can last

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Transitioning Seasons: Checking for Air Leaks

Transitioning Seasons: Checking for Air Leaks

Have you been getting a feeling you’re spending way too much on your heating bill this winter, particularly since it doesn’t get all that cold in Corpus Christi? It could

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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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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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Here’s What You Need to Know About Return Air Ducts

Here's What You Need to Know About Return Air Ducts

The supply registers that pump out conditioned air are probably the most noticeable component of your ductwork system. You may not know that the other side of the system —

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What Indicates Good HVAC Ductwork Design?

What Indicates Good HVAC Ductwork Design?

To keep you comfortable efficiently in the warm, humid climate of the Coastal Bend area, your cooling and heating system relies on efficient ductwork. Knowing what an efficient duct system

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Are the Ducts in Your Home Tight Enough to Keep Heat Inside?

Are the Ducts in Your Home Tight Enough to Keep Heat Inside?

The ducts hidden from view behind your ceilings and walls are the critical air circulation component of your home’s heating system. Leaky seams, disconnected sections and other deficiencies in the

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