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Get to Know: Furnaces

  Arctic blasts of air are no fun, especially for those of us living in mild climates! When the winter weather gets really cold, we rely on our heating systems to keep us toasty warm. But which type of heater is the

How To Handle A HVAC Flood

  Severe weather can be terrifying. When a storm rolls through, many of us immediately focus on the damage that could be caused by winds or a tornado. However, flooding is often a major source of HVAC damage when st

Put An End To Fireplace Drafts

  The blast of Arctic air headed our way this week reminds us of the cozy possibility of a warm fire in the fireplace. However, for many homeowners, the joy of a cozy fire is matched by the frustration of cold air s

Keeping Pets Warm In Winter

  One of the many benefits to living in Alabama is mild winter weather. We generally don’t have to worry about the frigid conditions our northern neighbors experience on a regular basis. We’re blessed in that we

Why Does Indoor Air Quality Get Worse in Winter?

  The holiday season brings with it some of the special aromas we only really notice once a year – the smell of live Christmas trees, cookies baking in the oven, and of holiday meals simmering away on the stove. A

A Brief History: Central Heating

  When spending time with family and friends this holiday season, you are likely to stay comfortable and cozy in your home thanks to a central heating system. Much like central air conditioning, the ability to heat

Get Cozy With Programmable Thermostats

  With seasonal changes, a lot of homeowners start thinking about ways they can save a few dollars on energy costs. Last week we showed homeowners how to do a mini energy audit focused on home climate, as heating an

Holiday Movie Trivia Challenge!

Test Your Holiday Movie Memories! The ho, ho, holidays are here and those classic holiday movies are playing on an endless loop on your TV. So, whether you’re packing for a Christmas Vacation, hiding your Elf on a shel

DIY Home Energy Audit

  It is truly amazing how far technology has taken the world. If you consider that most homes only received electricity in the 1920s-1930s, we have come a long way very quickly. Add onto that improvements in buildin

20 HVAC Terms You Should Know

  For homeowners, navigating the ins and outs of heating, air conditioning, and air quality can be difficult. This is especially true for first-time homeowners who may not be familiar with any of the terminology use