One of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to heating and cooling elements within a home is, “Where is my furnace filter located?” When you move into a brand new home and need to change out the furnace filter, or if you have lived in your home for a couple of years and
Natural gas prices are rising. Oil prices are skyrocketing. Chances are that your utility bills have been steadily increasing. A major contribution to high utility costs is your furnace. If you are considering replacing your current furnace, you have many decisions to make. Two main choices stand out, however. First, should you choose an oil
Energy prices are spiraling out of control. That trend will continue in the coming years. We’re all looking for ways to cut utility bills. In this post, you will learn how a new energy-efficient furnace may save you plenty of money. First, we will examine how recent advances in technology result in vast energy savings.
As energy prices continue to rise, monthly utility bills eat up more and more of your salary. America is dependent on other countries for the majority of its energy needs. Energy will only get more expensive. Do you need a break from these rising costs? Geothermal heat pumps are by far the most energy-efficient heating
If you want to be comfortable in your home, then a heating and cooling system is going to be required all throughout the year. Unfortunately one of these systems can use a lot of energy, which can mean expensive bills that you can’t afford. Fortunately, technology has come a long way, and there are now
Many homeowners wonder whether or not it’s more beneficial for the environment, their finances, and their personal preferences to heat their homes with natural gas rather than heating oil. While it’s commonly known that heating oil is the more expensive solution to heating your home, there are additional benefits to natural gas conversion for your
Winter might not be near, but that doesn’t mean you can ignore what you need to do to prepare your home for the harsh conditions. Every season has its own set of requirements for preparing your home, and winter is no exception. Preparedness is key, and knowing what you need to do in advance can