3 Signs Your Home's Heat Pump Is In Need Of Repairs

Posted on: 13 December 2017
Many homes utilize heat pumps to warm and cool the interior of the house. A heat pump is a mechanical device that can be used year round and it works by transporting heat from one area to another; during the summer months, a heat pump removes heat from the inside of the house and forces it out. During the winter months, the opposite is true; the heat pump absorbs heat energy from the outside air and forces it in.
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Crawl Space Conundrums: Reasons To Encapsulate

Posted on: 8 November 2017
If you've recently purchased a home that has a crawl space beneath it, you may be wondering how best to handle that area. After all, an open crawl space is a vulnerability in many ways, even if you can use it for storage or something similar. Before you decide to just block it off, you may want to think about encapsulation. Here are a few things you should know about why this process is worth the investment.
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How to Deal With Mold in Your HVAC

Posted on: 28 February 2017
Mold in an HVAC system is a problem that's tough to deal with because, depending on how long the problem has been going on, mold spores may have traveled to various places throughout your home. To really get rid of mold, here are some steps to do a thorough cleaning. Look at Your AC The air conditioning system is often a culprit in a moldy HVAC system. There are a few sources of moisture within the AC system that could allow mold spores to grow and spread.
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Why It's Time to Get a Brand New Furnace

Posted on: 30 January 2017
Is your home's current furnace outdated and old? If so, it could be time to upgrade it to a brand new one. Here are some reasons to get rid of that old furnace and put a new one in its place. Cost Savings & Energy Efficiency A big reason for homeowners to get a brand new furnace is because it will have improved energy efficiency compared to the old one. This will result in energy savings over the years, which can help offset the cost of the new furnace.
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