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Is Your Garage Causing Heating Problems?

Mind Your Garage
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Having an attached garage at your Sour Lake, Texas, home certainly adds convenience but may come with some risk factors. Contaminated air can seep from the garage into your home, leading to poor indoor air quality, and the lower temperature can make heating your home more difficult. Vehicle Exhaust The most common reason that you have poor air quality in […]


Don’t DIY Your Ductwork Cleaning

Professional Duct Work
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Cleaning the ductwork in your Vidor, Texas, home may seem like the perfect project for a seasoned DIYer. After all, ductwork cleaning is an important part of HVAC maintenance, and ductwork doesn’t look as complicated or dangerous as, say, electrical wiring. However, when you DIY your ductwork cleaning, you can easily do more harm than good. In fact, DIY duct […]


What Type of Furnace Is Best for Me?

Choosing Your Furnace
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Whether you're installing a replacement furnace in your Port Arthur, Texas, home or trying to figure out which type to put in a new home construction project, do your research before making a decision. The two main furnace types are oil-powered and gas-powered, and each comes with its own set of pros and cons. Oil Costs More If you are […]


3 Things Your HVAC Technician Checks During a Tuneup

checking thermostat
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Scheduling regular tuneups is important to keep your furnace, air conditioner, and heat pump working properly. While visiting your Port Arthur, Texas, home, an HVAC technician will complete tasks like checking your thermostat and tightening electrical connections. Check Thermostat Settings You use your thermostat to control the temperature in your home and keep your family comfortable. If you have skewed thermostat […]


3 Reasons You Need an iComfort Thermostat for Your Texas Home

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If you've noticed much higher energy bills, drafty spaces in your home, or a lack of comfortable temperatures in your home, don't immediately point the finger at your furnace or air conditioner. The true problem is quite possibly your old thermostat. However, that doesn't mean you can't make a change and improve your home comfort. If you're looking to bring […]


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