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How Often Should You Change Your Thermostat Batteries?

How Often Should You Change Your Thermostat Batteries?

When was the last time you checked your programmable thermostat? If it’s been a while, right now’s a good time to perform some well-needed thermostat maintenance. Part of that maintenance

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The Art of Heating and Cooling: How Thermostats Work

The Art of Heating and Cooling: How Thermostats Work

The thermostat is one of the smallest elements of your HVAC system, so it’s easy to assume it’s not a terribly important component. In fact, the thermostat is a key

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

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

The 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

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Stay at Home Pets: Best Temperature Settings for the Fall

Stay at Home Pets: Best Temperature Settings for the Fall

The 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

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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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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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How to Know if Your Home’s Thermostat Needs to Be Replaced

How to Know if Your Home's Thermostat Needs to Be Replaced

When your air conditioner, furnace or heat pump stops pumping out conditioned air unexpectedly, it’s understandable that you’d fear there may be a serious and expensive problem with your HVAC

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Choosing A Programmable Thermostat? Make The Smart Choice

This is one of the best times of year to be a Texas Gulf Coast resident. All the spring breakers have left, and you can relax and enjoy some of

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One Room Too Cool? Another Room Too Warm? With A Zoning System, Your Whole Home’s Just Right

Keeping a consistent temperature throughout your home during Ontario’s long winter heating season can be a struggle. If you have a traditional single-thermostat, forced-air heating system, one of the biggest

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Renovating? Plan With A Heating And Cooling Contractor Early

When planning a renovation, be sure to consider the end effect on your existing A/C systems. Choosing the right heating and cooling contractor from the start will save you headaches

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