HVAC / Air Conditioning

Central Heating: The Way to Go for Energy Efficiency!

Central Heating: The Way to Go for Energy Efficiency!

by Guest Post on Nov 1, 2011

You have your home all snugly tight with the right amount of insulation in all the right places and you turn on the heat and the room heats up, but... the kitchen is still cold; you need a central heating system of some kind. Continue reading →

Help Your Boiler to Help You This Winter

Help Your Boiler to Help You This Winter

by Guest Post on Nov 1, 2011

As the weather starts to get colder, most people start to think about setting up their central heating systems properly, and adjusting the thermostats so that the house is nice and warm when they get back from work. What they really don’t need is to return to a cold house, courtesy of a broken down boiler. Continue reading →

Why Wall Fireplaces Make Great Gifts

Why Wall Fireplaces Make Great Gifts

by Guest Post on Nov 2, 2011

Looking for something to get your spouse, parents, a newly married couple, or brand new homeowner? Wall fireplaces are perfect! Many people overlook these when they are trying to think of gift ideas why not a fireplace? Continue reading →

Top 3 Reasons to Buy a Ventless Fireplace

Top 3 Reasons to Buy a Ventless Fireplace

by Guest Post on Nov 2, 2011

Have you been tossing around the idea of buying a ventless fireplace but you are not quite sure if they are worth it or not? Well, they certainly are! It does not matter if you choose a floor, tabletop, or wall fireplace, they all offer some really exceptional benefits. Continue reading →

Five Tips to Reduce Cold Winter Drafts

Five Tips to Reduce Cold Winter Drafts

by Guest Post on Nov 16, 2011

When the cold days of winter arrive, you want to make sure you are heating your home as efficiently as possible. However, when you feel cold winter drafts wafting into your living room, you know energy is being wasted. Never mind the fact that you want to be warm. Continue reading →

Woodburning and Multifuel Stove Installation FAQ’s

Woodburning and Multifuel Stove Installation FAQ’s

by Guest Post on Nov 27, 2011

There are some important factors to consider before the installation of a woodburning and multifuel stove. What do I do first if I plan to fit a new stove? What Size Stove Do I Need To Heat My Room? What are the local guidelines? Continue reading →

Electric Fireplace Inserts

Electric Fireplace Inserts

by Monika on Dec 12, 2011

Electric fireplaces are the modern counterpart of the traditional wood burning fireplaces. They come with a small heater that generates up to 5000 BTUs of heat. The flickering lights give an illusion of flames. The size of these flames is adjustable. However, some of the warmth might escape through the chimney and the room does not get heated properly. Continue reading →

How to Install a Programmable Thermostat

How to Install a Programmable Thermostat

by Guest Post on Dec 13, 2011

With utility bills constantly on the rise, it is often up to homeowners to take matters into their own hands to help control costs. One of the easiest ways to help conserve energy and make your home a more comfortable place is to replace your old rotary thermostat with a programmable digital thermostat. Continue reading →

Commercial Air Conditioning and Heating Services

Commercial Air Conditioning and Heating Services

by Guest Post on Mar 29, 2012

Modern lifestyle is chiefly marked by the conveniences that help us to fight the severity of natural conditions as well. One of these is the availability of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning services. It is also important to provide the right maintenance to ensure it runs when needed. Continue reading →

Basic Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

Basic Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

by Guest Post on Apr 3, 2012

Come summers, and we start worrying about our air conditioners' maintenance. Just like any other electronic device, Air conditioners also need regular tune-ups so that they can work efficiently and smoothly. Particularly when you use your central air conditioning after a gap of a few months, they get rusty and lose efficiency. Continue reading →


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