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Staying Warm and Saving Money in Colder Months

Staying Warm and Saving Money in Colder Months

November 20, 2018

During the chillier months, you have two conflicting goals: keeping your home nice and warm, and saving money on energy. Implementing the following smart strategies can help you avoid wasting energy and money, without sacrificing home comfort.

What Should You Know About HVAC Control Systems?

What Should You Know About HVAC Control Systems?

November 13, 2018

An HVAC control system for residential heating and cooling equipment is most often the thermostat that turns the system on when it needs warmed or cooled air. These control systems are fairly simple, but without a functioning thermostat, your HVAC system won’t work.

You Can Save Money and Energy by Resetting Your Programmable Thermostat


You Can Save Money and Energy by Resetting Your Programmable Thermostat


November 12, 2015

Next to saving you money, the most attractive feature of a programmable thermostat is that you can maintain a comfortable home without having to think much about it. Before your reach that point, however, you do need to make some decisions. To get the maximum benefit from the device, you must first analyze your own …

Determining Whether HVAC Zoning Is Right for Your Orlando Home

Determining Whether HVAC Zoning Is Right for Your Orlando Home

July 21, 2015

How often is every room in your Orlando home occupied at the same time? Probably not too often, so why would you pay to heat or cool your entire house at once? HVAC zoning allows you the freedom to choose where you spend your energy dollars according to which rooms are occupied. Here are some tips to help …

Guidelines for Putting That Programmable Thermostat to Work for You

Guidelines for Putting That Programmable Thermostat to Work for You

June 30, 2015

Programmable thermostats are all about convenience, greater comfort and energy savings. To maximize the advantages your thermostat offers, use sensible programs that serve your comfort and energy-saving goals, lifestyle and HVAC system. Consider these guidelines to make sure your programmable thermostat works for you.

Keep Cooling Costs Down With These 5 Tips

Keep Cooling Costs Down With These 5 Tips

May 19, 2015

Maintaining your home’s comfort level throughout Orlando’s long cooling season can put a big dent in your yearly energy budget. These tips can help you keep household cooling costs comfortably under control.

How to Conserve More Energy at Home This Spring

How to Conserve More Energy at Home This Spring

April 2, 2015

Spring is a beautiful time of year in Central Florida. It’s also a good time to prepare a smart strategy to conserve more energy at home. Use these tips to lower your cooling bills, improve comfort and lighten the load on your hard-working A/C or heat pump.

Make Your Gas Furnace More Economical With These Simple Tips

Make Your Gas Furnace More Economical With These Simple Tips

March 3, 2015

The efficiency of your gas furnace relies heavily on regular professional tune-up, as well as basic owner upkeep. While most units have an expected service life of close to 20 years, the status of an older furnace can vary according to how faithfully a manufacturer’s recommended operating procedures and preventive maintenance techniques are observed. To maintain optimum energy efficiency …

Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Home Heating System

Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Home Heating System

January 13, 2015

Winter heating costs can be quite high, even in the warm environment of Orlando. Fortunately, there are several ways to improve its performance and keep your heating costs in line. So, how can you improve your home heating system?

Ways to Keep Energy Costs Down Year Round in Your Central Florida Home

Ways to Keep Energy Costs Down Year Round in Your Central Florida Home

November 20, 2014

Winter is just around the corner in Orlando and it’s time to get ready for cooler temperatures. Even though our winters are mild compared to many other parts of the country you should take the time to prepare. These six simple steps will help you keep your energy costs down and enjoy a comfortable winter season.