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When Old Man Winter touches down, accompanied by arctic gusts, freezing temps, and snow, most of us are primarily concerned with the interior state of our HVAC system. That is, as long as toasty air is blasting indoors, and we can go about in relative comfort, all is well with the HVAC unit. The condition of the exterior portion of the system rarely gets a second thought. However, this is no time to get complacent about the outdoor elements of your heating system; especially
Rake Leaves, Check. Clean Gutters, Check. Central A.C. TLC, Check (or should be).
Now that Autumn is in full swing, and crisp, cooler temps are the norm it’s time to devote some TLC to your air conditioner. In less than an hour you can fully prep your outdoor air handler so it can easily withstand harsh winter weather; not only will it be shielded from snow and ice, it will also thwart potential rust and corrosion. Here are some simple steps that anybody can undertake to safeguard their HVAC investment. First, hit the kill switch on the exterior power to t
Heat Poor in the Energy Rich USA
For tens of millions of Americans the winter is a time for layering up, staying in and shoveling out. From blistering winds to icy roads to unrelenting snowfall, Jack Frost can also be a burden in the guise of home heating bills. Obviously, heating costs are more burdensome in Kalamazoo than Key West but according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration the average consumer will bear increased heating costs due to higher fuel prices and colder weather forecasts. This sc