Boiler Maintenance Tips For New Homeowners

Posted on: 8 January 2016

Boilers are great at keeping your house really warm. However, they do require some maintenance and care in order to continue to work effectively. Here are a few boiler maintenance tips as a new homeowner that you should know in order to keep your boiler in great working condition.  Install A Carbon Monoxide Monitor If you don't already have a carbon monoxide monitor in your home, you need to install one.
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Keep Your Home's Temperature Cool And Your Utilities Bill Manageable With These Three Tips

Posted on: 30 November 2015

It can be easy to ignore your home's air conditioning until the utilities bill arrives, and then you begin regretting your daily use of the unit. While it's true that turning your A/C completely off can help you avoid a hefty utilities bill, this approach isn't exactly comfortable when it's hot and humid outside. There are better ways to keep your bill under control while you still enjoy the benefits provided by the air conditioning.
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Four Things You Will Want To Know About Winter Maintenance With Biomass Heating

Posted on: 23 September 2015

Biomass heating can be an affordable way to heat your home with renewable organic fuels. If you have recently had a biomass system installed in your home, it will also require maintenance. This is not just seasonal maintenance, but regular chores during the heating season to ensure that your heating is working efficiently. Here are some tips to help you with the maintenance of your biomass heating system throughout the winter months:
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Heating Alternatives For Your New Summer Cabin

Posted on: 24 August 2015

You're finally building that cabin by the lake to enjoy during the vacation months. You may even consider retiring there. When it comes to heating the new cabin, consider the alternatives to traditional forced air systems. Here are two popular ways to heat a living space without installing a bulky furnace.   Heat Pumps   This unique heating system technology doesn't create heat but transfers it from one location to another.
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