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Programmable Thermostat: 5 Benefits of Upgrading to One

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One of the easiest and least expensive ways to upgrade your heating and cooling system is with a new programmable thermostat. These advanced models have come a long way from the simple round dial models often found in older homes. Many are available with intuitive and informative touchscreens, wireless connectivity and a plethora of other remarkable features that promote improved […]


The Advantages of the Ductless Mini Split

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There are many situations when compact, ductless mini split home comfort systems are the perfect choice to both cool and heat your home here in the Beaumont area. Mini splits work well anytime a duct system isn't part of your plan, whether you're building an addition, guest house or apartment on your property or you just want an A/C that keeps you cool using […]


Avoid These 5 Thermostat Issues in Your Home

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The thermostat is one component of your HVAC system that you may not think about very often, but it's a vital one. When you check for and correct the following issues, you can improve the efficiency of your entire heating and cooling system: It's hit by direct sunlight whenever the sun's shining. When sunlight warms the thermostat in the winter, […]


Why Service Matters and Why You Need to Pay for It

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Written by a Thermacon Customer I often find myself asking this funny but true question to people: “What do you call a person that graduates last in their class at medical school?” The answer is that you call them Doctor. The point of that question is to illustrate the absolute fact that a title is nothing more than that… a […]


A Quick Guide to Boiler Heating

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Boiler heating may be a good choice for your new home or home renovation. Furnaces are much more common than boilers in our area, mainly due to their lower initial installation costs, but boilers have some advantages you might want to consider. This short boiler heating guide will answer some basic questions: How Do Boilers Work? Boilers burn fuel, usually […]


Suspect Your Golden Triangle Home Needs a Duct Cleaning? The 3 Telltale Signs

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Is duct cleaning in your future? Without knowing it, your ductwork can have issues that can impact the efficiency of your HVAC system and possibly even the health of your family. Learn the three tell-tale signs to decide if duct cleaning is the answer. 1) Visible Mold Growth  If you have excess moisture in your Golden Triangle home, you could […]


Those Hefty 25C Tax Credits: Here in January, Gone in December

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Is your HVAC system in dire need of upgrades? Afraid your heating and cooling equipment might not make it another year? Don't put it off another season. Valuable federal tax credits can help ease the financial burden, but they are only available for a few more months. These tax credits were originally signed into law in 2008 and were set […]


A Tune-Up Will Keep Your Heat Pump Cooling System Humming Through the Heat

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Heat pumps are a great way to cool the house down during those hot summer months while saving on energy and money. However, in order to get the most out of your system, you need to make sure you take care of it. Cleaning and changing the filter on your heat pump cooling system monthly will help ensure smoother, more […]


Follow the Energy Star to Better Efficiency in Your Beaumont Area Home

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In the current tough economic climate, we are all looking for ways to save on our outgoings, especially inescapables like household bills to heat and cool our homes. But what if you could achieve this, and at the same time help the planet - bit of a no brainer? The Energy Star program means you can take action to reduce these […]


Manuals J and Manual D: Together, They’re the Cornerstone of a Quality A/C Installation

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If, as the old saying goes, "rules were made to be broken," nowhere does this seem more applicable than in using Manual J and Manual D calculations when installing home HVAC systems. According to the 2012 IRC (International Residential Code), adopted by most local building department authorities as law, Manual J and Manual D calculations must be followed in the […]