Central Air Conditioning: A Buying Guide

Central Air Conditioning: A Buying Guide

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Winter is finally behind us but that means preparing for warm (even HOT) weather here in the Northeast. Some of us welcome the sun and hot temperatures, while others prefer dodging them with the help of air conditioning. If you’re considering adding central air conditioning to your home, you’re not alone – more than 75 percent of… more

Signs Your Heating System Needs Attention

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In the height of winter, we all hope that our heating system can make it through the home stretch without any issues. But sometimes, things just happen (and not always at the most convenient time). It’s important to know the signs that things aren’t quite right so that you can address them quickly – and before something… more

Tips for Using a Programmable Thermostat

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You can save in energy costs with the proper use of a programmable thermostat. Here’s how: Keep the temperature set at its energy savings set-points for long periods of time (at least eight hours), for example, during the day, when no one is at home, and through the night, after bedtime. All thermostats let you temporarily make… more

Preparing for the Winter Wrap-Up

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Now that the snow is melting and we’re all starting to “think Spring”, it’s also time to start thinking about end-of-season maintenance for your heating system. Here are a few things to consider as the weather warms up. 1) Address any needed repairs. You may want to put things off until the cold weather approaches again, but… more

Preventing and Thawing Frozen Pipes

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Being prepared and informed may help you to avoid the messy and often expensive issue of frozen pipes. The American Red Cross provides information and suggestions around how to prevent water pipes in the home from freezing, and how to thaw them if they do freeze. Why Pipe Freezing is a Problem Water has a unique property… more