How Adding Insulation Helps During Summer and Winter

How Adding Insulation Helps During Summer and Winter

High temperatures exceed 90 degrees from June through September, and the last thing your Buda, TX, home needs is more heat gain. During the chilly winter nights, you also don’t want the heat from your home’s HVAC system to leak to the outdoors. Consider...
Signs It’s Time for a New Heat Pump Installation

Signs It’s Time for a New Heat Pump Installation

Heat pumps offer the convenience of heating and cooling functions in just one system. A typical heat pump’s lifespan is about 12 to 15 years with proper maintenance. After this time, you may start to notice some performance issues. Here are some of the top signs...
The Best Indoor Temperature Setting During the Summer

The Best Indoor Temperature Setting During the Summer

Nothing is better than coming into a cool, comfortable house after a long day in the Austin, Texas, summer heat. But how do you maximize the comfort in your home? There are steps you can take to beat the heat outside without breaking the bank paying outrageous utility...
3 Benefits of Zoning

3 Benefits of Zoning

A zoning system allows you to choose different temperatures for multiple areas or zones in your Cedar Park, Texas, home. Some HVAC systems with zoning have more than one indoor air handler that you can control separately, and others direct conditioned air where...
3 Benefits of a Programmable Thermostat

3 Benefits of a Programmable Thermostat

A programmable thermostat can help increase the value of your Round Rock, Texas, home and extend your HVAC system’s life. You can set it to turn down your heater and air conditioner automatically when you normally go to sleep and leave for work. Then, it will...
How to Boost Your Heating System’s Energy Efficiency This Winter

How to Boost Your Heating System’s Energy Efficiency This Winter

As winter’s chill comes to Round Rock, Texas, you turn to your heating system to give your home warmth and comfort. Like many homeowners, you want to keep your home comfortable and keep your heating costs in line with your household budget. From regularly...
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