Archive for November, 2015

Fall Energy Efficient Home Improvements

Posted on: Nov 27, 2015

Cold weather is just around the corner in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, which means it’ll be time to turn on the furnace. Before the first chilly winds blow, make a list with some some energy efficient home improvements to boost your home’s comfort while you save on utility bills. Energy Efficient Home Improvements Checklist  Air seal your […]

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Plumbers vs. Plumbing Contractors: What You Need To Know

Posted on: Nov 24, 2015

Usually, when you run into plumbing problems such as a clogged toilet or a leaking faucet, you will run to a plumber. Plumbing contractors on the other hand are mostly called upon to install new plumbing work, renovations, and remodeling. So, are there any notable differences between the two? Interestingly, yes! A plumber may be […]

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Where to locate a qualified residential electrician to install your HVAC system

Posted on: Nov 19, 2015

Almost half the energy used up in your home goes to powering your heating and cooling system. So, it is important to make smart decisions on your homes air conditioning, heating and ventilating systems because they are detrimental to your comfort and utility bills. To increase the efficacy of your heating and cooling system, ensure you […]

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Choosing The Right Heating System

Posted on: Nov 17, 2015

Heating systems vary according to fuel and efficiency. Getting maximum heating performance and optimal energy conservation means matching the right system to the unique requirements of your local climate and individual home. Generally speaking, heating systems have the longest expected service life of any HVAC component in your household—gas-fired furnaces typically last 15 to 20 […]

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Trusted Geothermal Solutions

Posted on: Nov 12, 2015

Heating systems vary according to fuel and efficiency. Getting maximum heating performance and optimal energy conservation means matching the right system to the unique requirements of your local climate and individual home. Generally speaking, heating systems have the longest expected service life of any HVAC component in your household—gas-fired furnaces typically last 15 to 20 […]

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Easy Ways to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient This Winter

Posted on: Nov 10, 2015

Heating systems vary according to fuel and efficiency. Getting maximum heating performance and optimal energy conservation means matching the right system to the unique requirements of your local climate and individual home. Generally speaking, heating systems have the longest expected service life of any HVAC component in your household—gas-fired furnaces typically last 15 to 20 […]

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The Roles and Responsibilities of a HVAC Technician

Posted on: Nov 05, 2015

Have you ever wondered who HVAC technicians are and why you need them in the first place? Well, HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. From that definition, you can tell that a HVAC technician works to install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems in residential as well as commercial buildings. […]

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The Perfect Fall Day | HVAC

Posted on: Nov 03, 2015

When the leaves start to color and the weather turns cooler, Tulsa heating and cooling is easier. Your HVAC unit might even be able to take the day off sometimes.  However, that is the time to pay the most attention to it because cooler weather means that you need to make sure your home heating system is ready. […]

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