When Is The Right Time To Replace Your Old Water Heater

October 27, 2017

Is your old water heater giving you signs that it might be time to replace it? In general, storage-style electric and gas water heaters last between 8-12 years. Before they near the end of their service life, they may work like a clock, without any issues. However, at some point, you may start noticing problems that were not there before, and if it’s an old heater, it makes more sense to replace rather than repair it. This guide will help you decide whether replacing your old hot water heater is the best option.

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Geothermal Heating & Cooling

October 27, 2017

How Does Geothermal Heating & Cooling Work? The ground absorbs nearly half of the solar energy our planet receives. As a result, the earth remains at a constant, moderate temperature just below its surface all year round. However, air temperature varies greatly from summer to winter, making air source (traditional) heating and cooling least efficient when you need it the most. Geothermal heating and cooling systems take advantage of the stable temperature underground using a piping system, commonly referred to as a “loop.” Water circulates in the loop to exchange heat between your home,

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Reduce Your Energy Cost This Winter

October 22, 2017

You can reduce your energy cost this winter by over 10% if you have a well-maintained furnace. The first step to achieving an energy-saving furnace is to have it serviced in the fall before winter. Having a fall furnace tune-up on your heater will increase the longevity of your furnace as well as you will beat the winter rush. No one wants to wake up on a fridged January morning with a busted furnace and no heat. Firing up those space heaters are a sure way to send your electric bill through the roof. Reduce Your Energy

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Reduce Your Energy Cost This Winter

October 22, 2017

You can reduce your energy cost this winter by over 10% if you have a well-maintained furnace. The first step to achieving an energy-saving furnace is to have it serviced in the fall before winter. Having a fall furnace tune-up on your heater will increase the longevity of your furnace as well as you will beat the winter rush. No one wants to wake up on a fridged January morning with a busted furnace and no heat. Firing up those space heaters are a sure way to send your electric bill through the roof. Reduce Your Energy

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