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Top Ways to Keep HVAC Expenses to a Minimum

Top Ways to Keep HVAC Expenses to a Minimum

Your HVAC system is critical in keeping your Chicago, Illinois, home comfortable. You want the equipment to maintain a high level of performance year-round, and doing so is bound to incur some expenses. However, you do have some control over how efficiently your...
Smart Thermostats & Efficiency: What You Need to Know

Smart Thermostats & Efficiency: What You Need to Know

Adding smart thermostats to your Lake Forest, Illinois, area home can improve the efficiency of your HVAC system to save costs, all while adding ease of control. Coordinating through Wi-Fi, they learn your heating and cooling preferences for each area of your home....
Will the R22 Ban in 2020 Affect Your Air Conditioning?

Will the R22 Ban in 2020 Affect Your Air Conditioning?

All air conditioning systems rely on refrigerant to keep you cool in hot weather. Most systems built before 2010 use R22 refrigerant, commonly known under the trade name Freon. Starting on January 1, 2020, the refrigerant will be much harder to obtain. Only recycled,...
Is HVAC Maintenance Really Necessary?

Is HVAC Maintenance Really Necessary?

While it might be more fun to spend money at a nice restaurant or on tickets to the movies, investing a little each year to provide maintenance on your HVAC system can ultimately result in cost-savings. Homeowners in Lake Forest and surrounding areas in Illinois...
Are My Pets Affecting Indoor Air Quality?

Are My Pets Affecting Indoor Air Quality?

Your pets bring a lot of joy to your life, but they also have the potential to impact the indoor air quality of your Gurnee, Illinois, home. Fortunately, it is possible to manage your indoor air quality while keeping both yourself and your four-legged friends happy as...
What Energy Efficiency Ratings Tell You

What Energy Efficiency Ratings Tell You

If you’re considering a new HVAC system for your Highland Park, Illinois, home, you should look carefully at the energy efficiency ratings for your new installation. Choosing a system with better ratings will help you recoup some of the cost of the installation...

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