Make the Most of Your Attic Remodel With the Right Cooling Solution

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Remodeling your home’s attic can add additional living space such as a bedroom, playroom or office. Cooling an attic remodel is a significant consideration for any renovation project. Here are some effective cooling solutions to incorporate into an attic remodeling project. Ensure Proper Insulation Before adding or upgrading any HVAC equipment in your attic, make

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Ventilation Options to Keep Your Amarillo Home Comfortably Cool

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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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Could Excess Humidity Be the Cause of Window Condensation in Your Amarillo Home?

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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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3 Considerations When Deciding Between a Heat Pump and a Furnace

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Choosing a heating system for your Amarillo area home usually means deciding between a heat pump or furnace. Both have advantages and disadvantages that could influence your decision. Here are three important considerations to apply when choosing a heat pump or furnace. Fuel Furnaces are available in models that use combustible fuel or electricity. The

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Energy-Saving Tips to Put to Use When Cooler Temps Hit the Amarillo Area

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Nighttime winter temperatures in the Amarillo area often drop below freezing, so putting some of these energy-saving tips can help lower heating costs. The time and money it takes to execute them are well spent since they’ll work year-round to stop heat transfer. The cooler months lend themselves to making long-lasting home improvements that start

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