Archive for December, 2015

Tips for Maintaining Your Heat Pump This Winter

Posted on: Dec 31, 2015

Cold temperatures and severe weather can take a toll on your heat pump, making it harder to keep your home heated this winter. In order to ensure that you have enough heat, it’s important to make heat pump maintenance a priority this time of year. Use the following tips to help you out. Check Filters […]

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The Expert’s Guide to Energy Efficient Homes

Posted on: Dec 29, 2015

The energy efficiency of a home is measured by the design and the equipment used inside. These are the hallmarks of an energy efficient home, and how you can upgrade yours to be the same: Construction Gaps around windows, skylights, and doors can make your electricity bills run quit high. Sadly, even air ducts that […]

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How Do You Know If Your HVAC Unit Is Energy Efficient?

Posted on: Dec 24, 2015

So you have just installed a HVAC system. How do you know whether it is energy efficient? If you’ve had yours for long, how do you know it is still working in top condition? Age If you’ve had your system for longer than 10 years, you should be keener on its working as it is […]

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How To Keep Your Heating Bills Down This Winter

Posted on: Dec 22, 2015

Cooler temperatures will call for you to fire up your heater again. Are you dreading having to budget for your winter heating bills? Don’t worry! These easy and stress-free Oklahoma heating and cooling tips will help your family conserve energy and save money each month. Lifestyle Tips for Home Energy Saving Bring out the comfy […]

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Heating and Cooling Options for Your Oklahoma City Home

Posted on: Dec 17, 2015

Seems like everything is getting smarter these days, from phones, computers, and cars, to even smart thermostat devices. The technologies used for heating and cooling Oklahoma City homes are no exception to hi-tech progress. So, if it has been several years since you shopped for a new HVAC system, use this guide to help you make […]

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Experience, Service, and Integrity with Airco HVAC

Posted on: Dec 15, 2015

Competent contractors in the installation and maintenance of heating, air conditioning, and geothermal machines only come from tenured experience.  No new individual can possibly have the wherewithal to properly handle all heating and air conditioning conundrums.  No tenured individual can either; but the more experienced the journeyman Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) expert is, […]

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Energy-Saving Tips for Cold Weather

Posted on: Dec 10, 2015

Turning up the heat during the fall and winter can put a dent in your energy bill. However, there are simple ways to keep your home warm and comfortable without having to worry about the cost. Cover Your Windows Drapes and curtains can go a long way in blocking out the winter chill. Choose thermal […]

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Why Generators will be Important for this Winter

Posted on: Dec 08, 2015

If you’ve been watching the weather forecast recently, you’ve probably heard the dire predictions for a cold, wet winter due to the effects of El Nino. The heavy snowfall and ice accumulation associated with this type of weather wreaks havoc on power lines and often leads to extended periods without electricity. To protect yourself from […]

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Why You Should Upgrade Your HVAC System

Posted on: Dec 03, 2015

Considering that over half of your home energy is used in the heating and cooling of your house, it’s vital to make the right decisions about heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment (HVAC). Not only will an updated HVAC system maximize your comfort level, it will also help lower your utility bills. Here are some of the […]

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Save Energy (And Money) With A Home Efficiency Check

Posted on: Dec 01, 2015

If you own your own home, then chances are you are already seeing the cost of energy bills continue to go up each and every month. Home ownership can truly start to cost a pretty penny as it is, but if you haven’t accounted for the simple fixes to the guts in your house it […]

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