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HVAC Maintenance Services Are Absolutely Necessary, Here’s Why…

Monday, February 25th, 2019

air-conditioner-techAdmit it, you skip your HVAC maintenance tune-ups from time to time. After all, why spend money on a maintenance service when nothing seems to be going wrong, right? Wrong. In fact, this is the type of mindset that causes owners to end up with a huge system breakdown.

It’s important to take your HVAC system seriously. Make sure that you always schedule maintenance services. Maintenance services mean that you can allow a professional to take an in-depth look into your heating and cooling system and nip any budding problems in the bud. Contact our team for maintenance services in Denton, TX—we’re a family owned and operated business that’s worked in the area for years.

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Coughing and Chronic Sickness? You Need this IAQ Service

Monday, February 11th, 2019

joining-ductwork-repair-serviceDoes cold and flu season seem to last all year in your home? You might think you have a weakened immune system however, it’s not always you, sometimes it’s your home. If your home has poor indoor air quality then you’re going to feel it. A lot of homeowners don’t note their poor indoor air quality problems because they don’t recognize them as such—they think that they’re just common cold symptoms that are inevitable.

If you could avoid these inconveniences in your home, wouldn’t you? A great way to do so is through our air duct repair services in Lantana, TX. We can help you feel great in your home for an affordable price—contact our team today.

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Signs That Your Furnace is On Its Way Out

Monday, January 28th, 2019

technician-servicing-hot-water-heaterSometimes you’re not quite sure when your furnace is ready to go. There’s no expiration date for these types of things, and how you handle your furnace throughout the years greatly impacts its lifespan. On top of this, sometimes it’s hard to pull the trigger on an upgrade because the process is so expensive and often stressful. When you’re ready to upgrade, you want to be absolutely sure that it’s the decision you want to make, but you also don’t want to wait out on an upgrade for so long that your system breaks down.

If you’re having trouble finding that sweet spot, make sure that you contact our team. We understand furnaces inside and out and understand the needs of homes here in Texas. When you’re ready for a furnace upgrade in Denton, TX, trust our team to walk you through the process.

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Keep Your Home Safe from Carbon Monoxide with Furnace Maintenance

Monday, January 14th, 2019

portrait of Hands of woman holding white paper houseHave you scheduled heating maintenance for your heater this winter? We’ll admit, it’s a little late along the line now, but it’s never too late. Heating maintenance is a great way to ensure that everything is staying on track with your heating system. Heating maintenance from a professional is the difference between you running a great heating system and running a mediocre heating maintenance system.

Something that you need a professional for is maintaining healthy air quality in your home. While heating systems aren’t inherently dangerous, you need a professional to ensure that the carbon monoxide levels in your home aren’t dangerous. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, more than 20,000 people are admitted to the emergency room as a result of exposure to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide every year. If you need quality furnace maintenance services in Denton, TX, be sure to contact our team.

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Why a Boiler Could be Great for Your Home

Monday, December 31st, 2018

Family warm up hands over electric heaterThe arrival of winter here in Denton sometimes means that problems with your heating are underscored by the constant use. Now more than ever we hear from homeowners about upgrades. Do you want to upgrade your system this winter? A boiler system could be great for your home. Boilers use radiant heat and although this type of heating system isn’t the most widely used system across the country, it’s still incredibly effective and boasts a myriad of benefits. If you’re thinking of installing a boiler here in Denton, TX then make sure you choose our team to provide your installation, repair, and maintenance services.

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Watch Out! 4 Signs Your Furnace Is About to Give Out

Monday, November 19th, 2018

We’re lucky to have warm weather for the majority of the year here in Denton but we’ve officially reached that cold, frosty time of the year. You’ve fished out all your cold weather clothing, cranked up your car heater, and surely, you’ve run your home heater. If you notice that the heating that your system provides is less than satisfactory then maybe, it’s time to call a professional.

You don’t want to go through winter here without reliable heating! We see a lot of heating disasters throughout this time of year because homeowners wait too long to call for repair services. This isn’t always due to procrastination—sometimes it’s because homeowners don’t recognize the signs indicating that their furnace system is close to giving out. If you’d like a short list of these signs keep reading below and if you need great furnace repair in Denton, TX call our team.

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Is it Time for a New Boiler?

Monday, November 5th, 2018

BoilerBoilers can last for quite a long time. In fact, that’s one of the many reasons to have one. Fewer moving parts than other heating systems makes boilers more resistant to developing problems. Being more resistant to problems doesn’t mean that the boiler will last forever, though. Even if you take the best possible care of your boiler system, there will still come a time when you will have to replace it.

The best way to tell for certain whether or not your boiler is in need of replacement is to have a technician check it out for you. If you’re not sure whether or not to call your technician yet, though, you can always check out the symptoms below to help give you an idea of whether or not it’s time for a new system.

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Boiler Problems To Watch for This Fall

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

boilerPart of the reason that people like boilers so much is because they tend to be more resilient than their counterparts. Boilers have fewer moving parts than furnaces and heat pumps, and are therefore less prone to develop issues. Just because a boiler is tougher than other systems, though, doesn’t mean that it is completely immune to problems of any kind. Boilers can still run into issues, which is why you need to be on the lookout for signs of a problem if you’re using a boiler this heating season. The following are just a few of the symptoms that can indicate a problem with your boiler.

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Do I Need a New Heater This Season?

Monday, October 8th, 2018

Burner-AssemblyNow is the time of year when it’s a good idea to start thinking about preparing your home heating system for the onset of the heating season. For most homeowners, that will simply mean scheduling professional maintenance services. For some people, though, it’s going to mean replacing their heating system altogether. If you’re not sure whether or not your heating system can survive another season, you should call a technician and have them evaluate your heater in-person. In the meantime, the following are some pretty clear indications that it’s time to have your current system replaced.

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How to Get Your Home Ready for Heating Season

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Burner-AssemblyWell, we’re finally starting to get some cooler days interspersed between the scorching hot ones. You know what that means: it’s time to get ready for the heating season! Before too long, you’ll be turning your air conditioner off in-favor of revving up your heating system for the next few months. Before we get to that point, though, you should make sure that your home is ready for the heating season. Follow the tips below, and your home will be in top condition by the time heating season gets into full swing.

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