Latest Heating and Cooling News

  • Home energy tax credits: Are they still available?

    In recent years, energy tax credits made many home projects more affordable. Since January 1, 2012, the scope of projects that qualify for tax breaks has narrowed considerably, but there are still many incentives available.

  • 3 ways Old Man Winter can rob you

    Cold weather has arrived in many parts of the country. Do you know how to properly winterize your home so you don't waste energy dollars?

  • Harvard researchers predict rebound in remodeling

    A Harvard University study shows a measurable up-trend in home improvment projects, with reaseachers predicting an increase during 2012. The owners of older homes may spend the most this coming year in energy upgrades and other improvements.

  • 7 tips to lower your home's energy consumption

    With energy bills soaring, what can you do to save money? You can be proactive about keeping the cold out in winter and the heat out in summer with these seven environmentally sound tips.


  • HVAC Contractors

    You've been suffering with an inadequate, antiquated and inefficient heating and cooling system for years. Stop sweating, sneezing or freezing and find out how to hire the best HVAC contractor to replace your old furnace or central A/C.

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