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Is Your Furnace Blowing Cool?

Nothing’s more frustrating than the furnace working improperly during the chilly Sacramento nights. But before you reach for the phone to call for help from a technician, there are a

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Some Advice for Securing Your Home Should You Vacation This Winter

Perhaps you have been planning a vacation this winter season and would like to know that your home is safe and secure while you are away. There are several ways of securing

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Furnace Replacement in Your Plans? Let These Questions Guide You

At some point, your home will be in need of a furnace replacement. If that time is rapidly approaching, you should take a bit of time to find the right

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Your Condensing Gas Furnace: Installation Factors to Keep in Mind

Considering installing a condensing gas furnace? There are several factors you should keep in mind. If the appliance is installed correctly, you can enjoy energy savings and a cozy, comfortable

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Your Annual Furnace Tune-up: What to Expect From Your Tech

Fall is the perfect time for an annual furnace tune-up so your system is ready for the cooler days ahead. While you can do some maintenance yourself, such as changing

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A Fall Home Heating Checklist to Get Ready for Cooler Temps

Get your home heating system ready for winter by checking out your HVAC system before you need it. This fall home heating checklist will ensure that you’re comfortable when the

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Carbon Monoxide Detected In Your Home? Where the Pros Check for Leaks

Carbon monoxide is a common danger in most homes. Because it’s odorless, people may not know there’s a problem until it’s too late. For this reason, carbon monoxide detectors are highly

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A Cracked Heat Exchanger Creates Significant Home Hazards

A poorly maintained furnace or one that has developed mechanical problems such as a cracked heat exchanger can be a safety hazard as well as an unnecessary drain on your

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors Keep an Eye on Your Home’s Indoor Air

What you can’t see can hurt you — this is a given when it comes to home safety. Carbon monoxide is a potentially deadly contaminant that you can’t see —

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A Hybrid Heat System Is a Worthwhile Upgrade Option

Putting a heat pump together with a furnace yields a hybrid heat system. This type of system promotes energy conservation and savings. Learn why the furnace and heat pump make

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