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  • What Are the Advantages of Installing a Heat Pump?

    Heat pumps are designed to keep your home comfortable by providing air conditioning and heating all year-round. A unique alternative to traditional furnaces and AC units , heat pumps take cold or warm air from outside, and then distribute it at the temperature of your choice through ventilation to each room of your house. Many homeowners enjoy the ability heat pumps give them to maintain a ...
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  • Do I Need to Turn off My Furnace in Spring?

    Spring has sprung, and with it comes changes to the way you use your HVAC system. From the temperature of your thermostat , to ways to keep pollen out of your home , to how the change in seasons affects allergies , to general AC usage , there’s a lot to consider when it comes to what to do with your cooling equipment. But what about your heating system? Every year around this time, many homeowners ...
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  • Why Ductless Is the Perfect Choice for Older Homes

    Do you live in a historic or older home? If so, you’re probably well aware of some of the extra challenges and obstacles you have to overcome when it comes to outfitting the latest technology. You may find that you frequently need to run new wires in your walls, replace materials that have grown old and inefficient, and even make some large adjustments in order to retrofit your building with ...
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  • Is My Heating Problem an Emergency?

    It’s a freezing cold winter night and suddenly you wake up to your furnace making a loud screeching noise as well as the smell of something burning. Something has clearly gone wrong, there’s no question about it. After shutting your furnace down, you start to wonder if you’ll have to suffer through the cold for the remainder of the night. Pretty much any homeowner can tell you just how quickly ...
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  • Four Indoor Air Quality Hazards Common During Winter

    Winter is upon us, and while that may mean the start of the holiday season, it also means colder temperatures. While Texas may not be known for having some of the stiff, frigid winters that other northern states may be hit with each winter, it’s not uncommon for temperatures to regularly drop into the 40s or below. This means people everywhere will be flocking to the warmth inside and keeping ...
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  • The Important Difference Between a Heat Pump & Furnace

    Winter is nearly here, and for some people that means the need for a new heater for their home. Whether it’s a dying old unit or simply the desire for an energy-efficient solution that helps you save money, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Among these options, you’ll probably hear the terms “heat pump” and “furnace” tossed around. While many people believe these two are ...
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  • What's That Burning Smell Coming From My Furnace?

    Have you ever fired up your furnace only to have your nostrils stung a few minutes later by the unpleasant odor of something burning? If your home hasn’t caught fire, there’s a good chance this burning smell is actually coming from your furnace. Is it a sign that something’s wrong? Do you need to call for a professional, repair? Our experts take a closer look at what causes this to happen and ...
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  • Have You Scheduled Your Furnace Maintenance Yet?

    Halloween is almost upon us, which means the frigid temperatures of winter are just around the corner. Is your furnace ready to handle the work load? If you haven’t scheduled your annual maintenance service yet, it may not be, and that can mean some serious headaches are ahead as well! An annual maintenance service performed by one of the Fredericksburg heating and cooling experts from 72 Degrees ...
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  • Save Money on Utilities by Not Running Your Heater!

    Nearly half of the energy the average American household consumes is dedicated to heating and cooling, which means if you’re looking for ways to save money, reducing those costs is a good place to start. When winter’s frigid temperatures cause thermometer readings to drop, many people all around the Fredericksburg and Kerrville area fire up their furnaces to try and stay warm. However, if you’re ...
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  • What? My Heater Can Freeze?

    If your heater stops producing warm air and automatically shuts off, you might be wondering what’s wrong with it. Believe it or not, your coils may have frozen over. What? A frozen heater? It’s true; while it sounds like a ridiculous oxymoron, it’s possible for the coils in your heat pump to freeze over, causing your precious heater to stop functioning when you need it most. Let’s take a closer ...
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  • Three Common Winter Heating Problems

    Winter time means cooler temperatures, and these cooler temperatures mean lots of extra use for your heater. Unfortunately, with extra use comes extra wear and tear, and an increased chance that your system might break down completely. In many cases these breakdowns happen to the same common part that’s heavily used, making the issue simple to diagnose. Here are some of the most common winter ...
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  • Three Benefits of Furnace Maintenance Before Winter

    Winter is almost here, and that means now’s the perfect time to schedule a maintenance service for your furnace. When the temperature drops too low and you need to fire up your central heater, do you want to make sure it’s working properly and ready to handle the workload it will see in the months ahead? A furnace maintenance service can do that! Here are just three of the many benefits you can ...
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