Heating & Cooling Articles

  • May 25, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Keeping Your Newborn Comfortable

    Keeping Your Newborn Comfortable

    Taking care of a new baby is stressful and tiring, especially since infants are more vulnerable to cold, overheating, and illnesses than adults are. You know to check on your child often to make sure he or she stays comfortable, even if you don’t hear crying. You should also place fans and portable heating units at least a few feet away from the baby. You can use your Fort Bend, Texas, air conditioning system to keep your newborn ...

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  • April 29, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Everything You Need to Know About Making Your HVAC System Energy-Efficient

    Everything You Need to Know About Making Your HVAC System Energy-Efficient

    In Katy, Texas, you can't stop using your home's HVAC system to save money. But, as technology advances, you can choose to buy new air conditioners and appliances that use energy more efficiently. Or, you can make upgrades to your current system and how you use it to decrease monthly energy bills and save yourself money. From checking insulation to closing curtains, you have many ways to make your Katy, Texas, home an energy-efficient place that saves you money. Consider Appliance Purchases When you ...

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  • April 26, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Helping Your Asthmatic Children With Better IAQ

    Helping Your Asthmatic Children With Better IAQ

    Indoor air quality (IAQ) affects everyone in Clute, Texas, but children with asthma have the most to lose when allergens, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other pollutants go unchecked. For them, anything from air fresheners to microscopic dust mites could trigger a potentially life-threatening asthma attack. When you have asthmatic children, you want your home to be their refuge — a place where they feel comfortable and secure. Unfortunately, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is ...

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  • April 24, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Save Money Around the House With These 6 Tips

    Save Money Around the House With These 6 Tips

    You work hard for your money every day of the week. From working your main job to earning odds and ends here and there, every dime you have is the end result of your work ethic. Because of this, there's no reason that you should throw money down the drain from negligence around your Galveston, Texas, home. However, many homeowners waste money around the house without knowing they're even doing it. To save money around the house, follow these tips ...

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  • March 23, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Would Aeroseal Solve Your Indoor Air Problem?

    Would Aeroseal Solve Your Indoor Air Problem?

    Is your home a safe and healthy place for your family? Many Texans are surprised to learn that the air insides homes is often more polluted than outdoor air. That's bad news for the health of your household. Poor indoor air quality aggravates allergies, asthma and other respiratory problems. Continued exposure to contaminants poses risks for otherwise healthy family members too. Fortunately, a duct-sealing process called Aeroseal can offer lasting relief. Ductwork and Indoor Air Quality ...

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  • January 27, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Everything You Need to Know About Heating Options in Texas

    Everything You Need to Know About Heating Options in Texas

    Heating a home in Houston, Texas, is an interesting affair. The Texas weather offers us mild winters in exchange for putting up with brutal summer humidity. But having mild winters doesn't mean it's never cold. The Houston area certainly sees its share of cold days, which means we all need a home heating solution to stay comfortable. But the HVAC options that work wonders in the north are sometimes too much for our mild southern climate. So, how do we ...

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  • January 23, 2017 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on What to Do When Your New Home Has That Old Smell

    What to Do When Your New Home Has That Old Smell

    You've just purchased a new home in Galveston, Texas, and everything is almost perfect. The only issue? Your new home has a musty or "old" smell. Whether this is because of the previous occupants, mildew and mold, or because the home sat vacant for a few months before you discovered and bought it, you want to get rid of that smell as soon as you move in. There are lots of solutions for eliminating your home's strange musty smell exist, ...

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  • December 26, 2016 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on The Pitfalls of Dirty Ducts

    The Pitfalls of Dirty Ducts

    There's no two ways about it — your Sugar Land, Texas, home is the single greatest investment you'll ever make. That's why it's so important to spare no expense when it comes to protecting your most expensive asset. This doesn't mean you have to make unnecessary expenditures, but it does mean you need to remain vigilant of the needs of your home and how to improve it in every aspect. However, there are many parts of the home that often get overlooked ...

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  • December 23, 2016 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on How to Prevent Allergy and Asthma Flare-Ups in Your Texas Home

    How to Prevent Allergy and Asthma Flare-Ups in Your Texas Home

    Healthy individuals may not always pay attention to indoor air quality. However, those with asthma, allergies, or other respiratory problems don't have that luxury. Even a slight uptick in pollen or other contaminants can cause illnesses to spiral out of control, lowering their quality of living. If you or a family member suffer from an allergy or any other respiratory conditions, you aren't alone. There are ways to alleviate the problem. To prevent allergies and asthma flare-ups in your Angleton, Texas, home, ...

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  • October 29, 2016 Posted on Articles, Comments Off on Top Four Reasons to Replace Your Furnace This Fall

    Top Four Reasons to Replace Your Furnace This Fall

    Before you use your furnace this fall, have it inspected by an HVAC professional to prevent inconvenient breakdowns. Regular maintenance is much less expensive than a major repair, and you can fix any problems before the Houston, Texas, weather gets cold. Autumn is a particularly excellent time of year to take care of your furnace's needs. If you have an old furnace, high utility bills, or frequent heating problems, be sure to seriously consider replacing your furnace ...

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