Most people think that while the air outside of their homes is full of pollutants and contaminants, the air inside their homes must be pristine. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case – the air inside of your home can be just as bad if not worse than the air outside. Luckily, there are lots of ways to improve indoor air quality in your living space and we’re here to discuss one of the easiest – installing an air filtration system. 

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It may not seem like it now, but spring will be here in just a few short months and before you know it you’ll be cranking your air conditioner back on to cool the house. However, after months without use your A/C could develop an unpleasant musty smell that will permeate your house when you turn it on. So what can you do to get rid of it? 

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Winter weather can leave your home anything but comfortable if you’re not prepared for it, and it can also drive up energy costs in a big way. That’s where a smart thermostat comes in – these tech-driven thermostats help to regulate your home’s temperature and keep you cozy while also helping to curb energy costs during the winter season. 

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The winter months are here, and they can take a toll on your home. Not only that, your energy costs will undoubtedly go up as you try to keep your house warm against the frigid air trying to make its way inside. One way to lower energy costs and ensure instant hot showers all winter long is a tankless water heater. 

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Winter is coming, and it’s only a matter of time before temperatures drop and things get a little frosty. And you’ve got more to worry about than just the temperatures outside – how will you efficiently keep the interior of your home warm when the weather outside is anything but? Superior HVAC is here with ways to heat your home and keep it warm in the winter (without blowing your budget).

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The holidays are quickly approaching, which means it’s prime time for a road trip. Preparing to hit the highway means packing and laundry, taking time off work, and prepping your vehicle for the journey, but have you taken the time to prep your house for your absence this holiday season? 

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Did you know that your home’s water heater is one of the biggest energy consumers when it comes to appliances? However, it’s an important part of your home’s plumbing system. Your water heater ensures that you have hot water for showers, washing dishes, washing clothes, and more. It’s definitely not something you can live without, but there is a way to dial back on its expense – adjusting the temperature. 

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Winter is coming – or at least, eventually. With summer winding to a close in the next few months and cooler weather on its heels, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to prepare and upgrade your HVAC system for the winter months. After all, the last thing you want to end up with is a broken HVAC system when you need it the most. Here’s how you should prepare your home’s HVAC system for winter weather. 

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When you have a plumbing issue, it can be tempting to hop on Google and try to fix the problem yourself. We understand – sometimes it can seem more efficient and affordable to take a DIY approach to common plumbing issues. However, if you’re not well-versed in plumbing and its logistics, you can actually make a simple problem much worse (and more expensive than it needs to be). That’s why we recommend scheduling plumbing inspections to keep your plumbing system in the best shape possible when problems arise. 

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Are you thinking about taking the plunge and choosing a career in one of the trade professions? Smart move – trade professions offer rewarding careers that span a wide range of opportunities, tracks, and advancement. However, before you choose your trade career path, you have to do your research. Which of the many trade professions available is going to be best suited to both your skills and your goals? Check out this quick guide – it’ll help you wade through the many different trade profession options out there and choose the one that’s going to guarantee your long-term success and fulfillment. 

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When was the last time you thought about the quality of your indoor air? You’ve probably worried about the temperature in your house, and you’ve likely taken note of the humidity levels as well. While the average person considers outdoor air quality pretty often, people don’t think about their home’s indoor air quality that much – even though they should.

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A flooded home is a homeowner’s true nightmare – water damage can take a huge amount of time and money to fix and, in some cases, can even be irreparable. That’s where your sump pump comes in. This integral device helps to ensure that your home doesn’t flood, which is why it’s essential to both maintain and troubleshoot it. 

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Spring Blossoms, spring showers, and spring cleaning. As we say goodbye to winter and welcome the warmer months, it’s time to pull out that spring to-do list and start checking things off. So what’s at the top of the list? Scheduling your spring HVAC checkup. If everything is working fine with your HVAC system, you may not think you need an inspection, but having two HVAC inspections per year for preventative maintenance can save you from expensive repairs and stress. 

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Regular Cleaning and Maintenance are essential to extending the longevity and efficiency of many of the appliances in your home. Your tankless water heater needs to be flushed at least once per year to keep it running efficiently.  It can be tempting to ignore this task in favor of other home maintenance, but you shouldn’t skip it. If you do not flush your tankless water heater annually it can build up mineral deposits. Over time this can cause expensive damage and potential safety hazards in your home.

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Heat pumps have come a long way over the past 15 years. During the winter months, a heat pump may require additional help to maintain the desired temperature in your home. One way a heat pump achieves this is with an electric heat pack inside the air handler. When the temperature outside your house drops, your heat pump will bring on your electric heat to assist in heating your home. When this occurs you will see a red light or AUX on your thermostat, showing you that the heat pump is working.  

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