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Warming Up Cold Floors in Winter

Warming Up Cold Floors in Winter

Although 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

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Window Insulation for Old Homes

Window Insulation for Old Homes

For 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,

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Family HVAC Gifts

Family HVAC Gifts

Make holiday shopping easy this year by giving family HVAC gifts this season. Thanks to an emphasis on energy savings for personal and global reasons, there are plenty of new

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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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Does Insulation Affect HVAC Efficiency?

Does Insulation Affect HVAC Efficiency?

Nothing affects HVAC efficiency more than the quality of insulation in your home. Insulation slows the transfer of heat from one place to another. If heat didn’t move from hot

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Energy Efficiency and the Stack Effect

Energy Efficiency and the Stack Effect

The stack effect is a term that refers to warm air movement and it’s important to know because it affects energy efficiency. If you’ve ever built a fire in a

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How Do Window Treatments Boost Energy Efficiency?

How Do Window Treatments Boost Energy Efficiency?

As far south as the Coastal Bend lies, windows pose a real challenge to energy efficiency. The sun is strong and when it hits the glass, radiant heat pours in.

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Open or Closed: Should You Shut Interior Doors When Running HVAC?

Open or Closed: Should You Shut Interior Doors When Running HVAC?

Have you ever closed a door to a room while the HVAC system is running and noticed how, in spite of there being a supply vent in the room, it

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How to Maximize Room-by-Room Energy Efficiency

How to Maximize Room-by-Room Energy Efficiency

You monitor your thermostat settings to save energy, but your energy bills are still too high. Does this sound familiar? If you are perplexed how to reduce your home’s energy

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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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