Why Consider Upgrading to a New Furnace Installation?

Why Consider Upgrading to a New Furnace Installation?

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating your home typically costs more and uses more energy than any other part of your home. This adds up to an average of 42% of your utility bills. Upgrading to a new system can often provide Denver, North Carolina...
Understanding Common Furnace Safety Features

Understanding Common Furnace Safety Features

Today’s furnaces come equipped with a set of built-in furnace safety features. These are designed to protect your family from danger in the event of a furnace malfunction. Understanding and working with these features can increase the margin of safety that you...
Household Products that Lower Indoor Air Quality

Household Products that Lower Indoor Air Quality

Are you worried about your indoor air quality? The concentration of pollutants inside your home may be up to five times that of the air outdoors. Most of us spend more time breathing that indoor air than we do outdoor air. A whole-home air purification system can...
How Indoor Air Quality Affects Asthma

How Indoor Air Quality Affects Asthma

If you’re among the 25 million Americans who suffer from asthma, you’ve probably learned how to avoid many common triggers. From tobacco smoke to pollen, these triggers can transform an annoying condition into a potentially life-threatening reaction. The...
Important Facts About Gas Furnaces

Important Facts About Gas Furnaces

You may get excited about Christmas lights, fireplaces, and warm, fuzzy socks as we swing back into another busy holiday season here in Denver, NC. We hope you’re keeping a mindful eye on those holiday energy wasters like cooking inefficiencies and the lack of...
Geothermal HVAC is a Sound Long-Term Investment

Geothermal HVAC is a Sound Long-Term Investment

Heating and cooling account for about half of a typical home’s energy consumption. In other words, an efficient HVAC system can save you thousands of dollars over the next decade. Air-source heat pumps and air conditioners are much more energy efficient today...

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