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7 Wacky Ways to Stay Warm and Dry in Tennessee

Not that this winter has been all that brutal here (so far), but for those who think that 32 degrees is miserably frigid, are especially sensitive to any hint of a winter’s chill, or who can’t bring themselves to get out of bed on miserably damp days (translation: the entire month of February), then this …

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6 Energy-Savings Tips to Save Money and the Environment

Leading an environmentally responsible lifestyle doesn’t have to be difficult. With rising energy costs and parts of the nation suffering from extreme weather conditions, fires, and droughts, we can all understand the importance of energy conservation and protecting the environment for future generations. In addition to world-saving incentives, simple conservation practices can lower HVAC costs …

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3 Most Common Signs That You Need Heating and Cooling Repairs

When it comes to a residential heating and cooling system, unfortunately, it’s not just a ‘set it and forget it’ kind of thing. There will inevitably come a time when your system will – at the very least – require some type of maintenance or repair. It’s important to pay close attention to when these …

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Six Great Reasons to Upgrade Your Thermostat

The days of the classic Honeywell mercury-filled dial thermostat are over. While many long-time homeowners may feel the urge to cling to the simplicity of the thermostat’s iconic design, it’s a costly decision. Fortunately, digital programmable thermostats have come a long way, making it easy to stay comfortable. It’s time to make the most of …

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The Best Heating System for Your Home: Gas vs. Electric Furnaces

With temperatures stubbornly clinging to the 80s throughout most of October and into November, it’s tough to begin thinking about heating season. But residential heating and cooling is one of our favorite topics, so we think about it a lot around here. Then again, maybe heating is on your mind. Perhaps you recently gave your …

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4 Common Residential Heating and Cooling System Problems

Hosting and entertaining family and friends are just one of the many perks to owning a home. And while the experience of owning a home is a fruitful one, it also comes with its share of responsibilities and problems. Due to extreme weather conditions, your home’s HVAC system works hard to keep your loved ones …

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