How can you cut energy costs in Texas?

How can you cut energy costs in Texas?

DALLAS – September 7 is Texas Energy Savings Day, a day dedicated to helping Texans save money on their electricity bill! Everyone uses electricity, and often many of us are overpaying for electricity without even realizing it. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported...
Energy Saving Tips to Follow This Earth Day

Energy Saving Tips to Follow This Earth Day

Today we celebrate Earth Day, a day when we pledge to do our part to preserve the planet for generations to come. As we join this worldwide endeavor, there are some things we can do to make our homes energy efficient. These five energy-saving tips can ensure your HVAC...
5 New Year’s Resolutions for your HVAC System

5 New Year’s Resolutions for your HVAC System

As we make new years resolutions to address change in our lives, consider making resolutions to improve your home or business HVAC system. Whether you want to invest in a new heating and cooling system for your Dallas, Texas, home, or business, or you want to get the...
Simple Tips to Consider During Fire Prevention Week

Simple Tips to Consider During Fire Prevention Week

If you didn’t already know, this week is Fire Prevention Week! There are many things we can do to protect our homes, our safety, and the safety of our loved ones. Here are some tips to consider this week: HVAC (Furnace) System, Fireplace & Space Heater Safety It’s...
Can Humidity Affect the Performance of Your Air Conditioning System?

Can Humidity Affect the Performance of Your Air Conditioning System?

If you’ve stepped outside at all the past couple of days you’ve probably felt the humidity in the air. We know humidity makes it feel hotter outside, but can humidity affect the performance of your air conditioning system? To simply answer the question, yes. Elevated...
4 Signs Your Air Ducts Might Need Cleaning

4 Signs Your Air Ducts Might Need Cleaning

Air Ducts are like the lungs of your home. The air duct system circulates and delivers the heat or cool to the many rooms of your home. The air duct system then returns that same amount of air back to your heating and air conditioning system. And just like everything...

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