Energy Vampires: A Year-Round Drain

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Energy Vampires: A Year-Round DrainEvery year, ordinary household electrical devices cost Americans at least $3 billion in wasted electricity. Many devices create a constant energy drain, even when they’re turned off. Learn how to detect these energy vampires and stop them before they put another hole in your wallet.

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How To Read That Yellow EnergyGuide Label

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

How To Read That Yellow EnergyGuide LabelWe all know that when driving, yellow means yield. In the case of shopping for HVAC appliances, yellow means take a second to read the EnergyGuide label before you decide on a product. If you want to save some green, it helps tremendously to understand the EnergyGuide label and what it can mean for your energy bills.

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Why NATE-Certified Technicians Are Reliable Pros

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

nate-certified technicians fresno californiaThese days, we’re all looking for ways to save money around the home. However, reducing your household expenses should never compromise the quality of your choices – especially when it comes to your home comfort needs. That’s why when you’re searching for an HVAC professional to service your system, you should only accept assistance from NATE-certified technicians – even if that means spending a little extra.

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Understanding The Pros: HVAC Terms Defined

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

hvac terms defined fresno californiaIn order to select the right HVAC system for your home, locate the best professionals to service your system and recognize when your unit may need repairs, it’s important to understand a few basic HVAC terms. Consider the following HVAC terms to gain a better appreciation of your system needs:

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The Importance Of Zoning System Design

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

zoning system design fresno californiaSetting one thermostat temperature for an entire home isn’t going to cut it, especially if you live in a larger or multiple-story home. You’ve probably noticed that certain areas of your home are always warmer or cooler than the rest. Luckily, a zoning system design is a fairly simple solution to most home heating and cooling inconsistencies.

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Energy Savings Tips That Are More Fiction Than Fact

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

energy savings tips fresno californiaFrom a very young age, we’re told not to believe everything we hear – but, somehow, we still end up believing most of what we see on the news and read about online without taking time to investigate further. When it comes to energy savings, believing all of those great “money saving tips” without doing your own research can actually hit you right where it hurts – in the wallet. Here are a few common misconceptions about home energy savings:

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Tips To Stay Safe When Severe Weather Strikes

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Here in the San Joaquin Valley, we’re well accustomed to warm and sunny conditions all year round. While the favorable climate is one of the primary reasons so many folks move to the Golden State, it can also put citizens at a slight disadvantage. Thanks to so many blue, sunny afternoons, we sometimes forget to worry about the severe thunderstorms that can strike our area. Here are a few helpful tips for staying safe when inclement weather strikes:

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Wise Consumers Know The Meaning Of Yellow EnergyGuide Labels

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

energyguide label fresno californiaOne of the most difficult things about being a consumer in today’s market is knowing where to go for the right information, and the EnergyGuide label is a perfect source for this information. As a homeowner, purchasing a new appliance for your home – such as an HVAC system – is about more than just locating the right price. It’s also about quality and savings over the course of the product’s lifetime.

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