Though it would certainly be ideal if everyone lived near enough to one another that they could all just go home after Thanksgiving dinner and festivities, that’s not usually the case. In fact, more often than not, you may have family members staying until the end of the weekend. Here are some tips on keeping your holiday guests comfortable. Prepare the Guest Bedroom If you’re like most people, your guest bedroom probably serves double-duty as a craft room, an office, or even a home gym. Before your
The Fall season is a perfect blend of comfortably warm days and cool nights. Florida typically experiences a 15° to 17° difference in temperature from daytime to nighttime, but the autumn weather poses a unique challenge. In the summer you consistently rely on your air conditioning system, and in winter, your furnace is your “go to” HVAC choice. In the Fall, though, you may use the air conditioning during the day and the heater at night. If your HVAC system is well-maintained, you are unlikely to experience
Hybrid designs stand out as the most fuel efficient models available in today’s automotive market. By maximizing the benefits of two types of motors — gas and electric— as well as capturing energy from the brakes, hybrid owners see some pretty significant savings at the pump. Hybrid technology goes beyond automobiles, though. Some of today’s most advanced heating systems are based on combining two types of motors to save you money.
Spring is only months away, and your furnace has been working around the clock to keep your family cozy as the temperature outdoors dropped. At this time of year, you may be wondering if your heating system will make it through another winter. Most furnaces are designed to last approximately 15 years, and maintaining your system over its lifetime will help you have a reliable and efficient heating system for 20 or more years. On average, systems that are not maintained will last less than the lifetime,
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