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When outdoor temperatures become milder, you can usually turn off the air conditioner and rely on ventilation to keep your Amarillo home cool. Using ventilation techniques can save energy and reduce your monthly cooling bills while at the same time helping to remove particulates and odors from your indoor air. Ventilation Options to Stay Cool

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Despite the relatively dry climate here in the Amarillo area, excess humidity could be a problem inside your home. Too much moisture can encourage mold and mildew growth, degrade the quality of insulation, and cause structural damage to your home. High Humidity and Window Condensation One sign of high humidity inside your house is condensation

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Many homeowners don’t consider indoor air pollution to be a major issue, but poor indoor air quality can be problematic, or even dangerous, if anyone in your home suffers from asthma or other respiratory illnesses. Fortunately, it’s fairly easy to prevent indoor air pollution. Here are six simple steps to help you prevent indoor air

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A heat pump is a low-maintenance, energy-efficient way to heat and cool your Amarillo home, but heat pump issues may occur if your unit is aging or has been poorly maintained. Annual preventive maintenance is essential for preventing these common – but often expensive – problems. Ice Buildup on Outdoor Coil In heating mode, the outdoor coil

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