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Summer’s Coming! Remember that Cold & Clammy Feeling?

Special thanks to Contracting Business Magazine for this blog. As your cooling system kicks on, you’ll soon experience a type of air conditioning that is remarkably uncomfortable. The air feels heavy and cold, but it’s also clammy. The thermostat says it should be comfortable, but you aren’t. What is that feeling, and what’s really going on with the system? Summertime …

Just Got in a Batch of Reme Halos and they are $100 off until May 31, 2017

What is that thing you’re looking at? Well, we at Home Comfort Experts think they are pretty neat. In fact, most of us have had them installed in our own homes and we think you should, too. According to RGF, the company that makes the REME HALO, the equipment is designed to eliminate sick building syndrome risk by neutralizing odors, …

Stop Asthma and Allergy Flair Ups This Spring!

Let us ask you a few questions: 1. Are you sick and tired of dusting all the time? 2. Does someone in your home suffer from allergies or asthma? 3. Are you concerned about the potential of carbon-monoxide gas putting your family at risk? If you answered “yes,” your home may be circulating bacteria, fungi, smoke, lint, animal dander, dust …

An Extra Space Down Below: A Finished Basement and HVAC Systems

You might be one of those homeowners wondering about the unfinished basement below the house. Although it’s an extra room you can use, if it is nothing but a dank and dark space lurking below the floors, the very thought of it may make you uncomfortable. If you look past the “abandoned” quality of your basement, however, you’ll see it …

Spring is the Time to Have Your Air Conditioning System Checked

Spring is the Time to Have Your Air Conditioning System Checked

Staying comfortable during the summer depends largely on the condition of your home’s air conditioning system, and maintenance is key to its dependable and efficient performance. Without professional attention, this hard-working appliance is more likely to break down or waste energy. And spring is the best time to have it inspected and maintained, after the rigors of winter and before you …

Improving Your Home’s Air Quality

People are rightly concerned about the air they breathe, but much of the attention is directed at outdoor air quality. Most of us spend far more time indoors than out, and the quality of the air inside our homes represents at least as serious a concern for our health. Many allergens, such as pollen from ragweed, maple and ryegrass, come …