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

December 18, 2014

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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How Your Amarillo Home Can Benefit From These 3 Types of Ventilation

November 24, 2014

Along with air conditioning, good airflow in your home is a big part of what makes the Amarillo area’s hot summers bearable. In winter, ventilation prevents moisture problems that could lead to damaging mold growth. Just as homes and lifestyles vary, so do ventilation methods. If you’re looking for a way to improve your home’s…

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Preventing Dirty Ductwork Protects Your Home’s HVAC Equipment and Indoor Air Quality

November 18, 2014

Dirty ductwork in your Amarillo area home can take a toll on your indoor air quality and HVAC system. Dust, dust mites, mold, fungi, and bacteria in your ducts can aggravate allergy and asthma symptoms. Particles can end up inside your heating and cooling system, rendering it less efficient and further degrading indoor air quality.…

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Why Fall May Be the Perfect Time to Install a New Air Conditioner

September 16, 2014

So you’ve decided now’s the perfect time for installing a new central A/C. Maybe over the summer you realized that your window units just didn’t cut it, or your old system wasn’t working quite as well as it used to. The energy bill may be higher than in years past, or more repairs than normal were…

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You Don’t Have to Suffer From Bad Indoor Air

July 16, 2014

Poor air quality in a home poses a serious risk to the occupant’s health. Nowadays, people spend 90 percent of their lives indoors where the air is filled with potentially toxic, allergenic, irritating and infectious substances. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) advises that the levels of these harmful substances are 2 to 5 times,…

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Buying a New AC? What You Need to Know

May 7, 2014

In many ways, purchasing a new air conditioning system is like shopping for a car. You have hundreds of options, but only a few models will fit your particular needs. Here are some things you need to know before you decide on a new make and model to bring home. AC Load Calculations 101 Central…

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