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Change the Furnace Filter Regularly and Enjoy Efficient Heating and Cooling

Saturday, March 14, 2015

The furnace filter in your HVAC system is designed to remove dust, hair and other debris from the air supply before it enters the furnace. This protects the blower fan, heating coils and other sensitive components from damage. Changing the furnace filter is an easy job that not only helps protect your system, but also keeps it running efficiently and improves your indoor air quality.


Attic Ventilation: Are You One of the Many Falling for These Myths?

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Carefully designed attic ventilation does the vital job of protecting your attic and the rest of your home from the Chicago area's high humidity and summer heat. By becoming aware of the many myths surrounding ventilation, you can make sure the ventilation in your attic is designed for maximum efficiency.


Is Your Home Outfitted With Adequate Insulation in All of These Areas?

Sunday, March 01, 2015

The level of your home insulation drives year-round heating and cooling costs. Improving it where it's inadequate will pay for itself in lower energy costs and greater indoor comfort. Any part of your home that has outdoor exposure needs insulation to resist heat transfer inside and outside its structure.


Improve Indoor Air Quality in Your Chicago Home to Ensure You and Your Family’s Health

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Americans spend most of their time indoors – especially during the harsh winter and scorching summers that grace Chicago. And because the walls of your home don't allow natural breezes to sweep the air clean, your indoor air is more polluted than the fresh air outside. Taking the time to improve indoor air quality in your Chicago home can pay off – both in comfort and in health.


Noises Are Coming From Your Ducts and Furnace, But What Do They Mean?

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Have you started hearing odd sounds coming from your HVAC system? Some noises may simply be caused by the normal and proper operation of your system, but others may signal an issue. Before you spend money on a professional inspection, learn about some common noises heard from ducts and furnaces - you may be able to diagnose the problem yourself.