Is A Gas-Burning Fireplace Right For You?

Posted on: 6 August 2015
You probably already know that cozy evenings in front of the fire can be both relaxing and comforting when the snow is piling up outside. Not only does a fireplace provide heat, it creates atmosphere too. If you are considering installing a fireplace in your home, you may be wondering whether to stick with a traditional wood-burning fireplace or opt for a gas-burning fireplace instead. Consider the pros and cons of a gas-burning fireplaces carefully before making your final decision.
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4 Signs You Need A New Air Conditioner

Posted on: 10 June 2015
There's nothing as refreshing as escaping into your cool air-conditioned home on a hot summer day. However, if your air conditioner isn't working as well as it should, there's no relief from the sweat and uncomfortable heat. If you're system's been on the fritz, a repair may only be a short-term solution. You may need to replace the entire system. Check out these four common signs that central air conditioner repair or replacement is needed.
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A Water Leak In Your Furnace? It's More Likely Than You Think

Posted on: 7 May 2015
You'd think water leaks would be the sole province of faulty plumbing, but it can happen to HVAC systems as well. So it might seem a little strange seeing your furnace spring a water leak around its base. But when you learn the reasons of why a unit devoted to heating your home would leak water, it begins to make sense. The following offers an in-depth guide on pinpointing the causes of furnace water leaks, as well as some tips on plugging those leaks for good.
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4 Heating Options For Supplementing Your Wood Stove

Posted on: 5 May 2015
In rural areas where trees line the roadsides and dot the hills, firewood is often an inexpensive and easy-to-gather resource that costs less than other heating fuels. However, wood stoves often put out a little too much heat for comfort during spring and fall days that are just a little chilly. Spend less time chopping and hauling wood when you only need a few degrees of heating by investing in a secondary system.
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