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3 Tips to Avoid Indoor Heat Stroke This Summer

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acAs summer temperatures rise, you and your family may worry about the effects of heat stroke and heat stress. If you don’t take extra precautions in hot weather, you or a loved one may suffer from symptoms such as headaches, muscle cramps, nausea, and confusion.

To take shelter from the sun, you may encourage everyone to spend more time indoors in the shady comfort of your living room or kitchen. But did you know that you can suffer heat stroke indoors as well as outdoors?

Minor Issue or Total Breakdown: How to Determine If Your Furnace Needs Repairs or Replacing

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The fall season brings with it many incredible changes. If you haven’t already, you’ll soon notice the leaves turning color and falling to the ground. The temperatures have lowered, leading to chilly mornings, slightly warm afternoons, and crisp evenings-and the cooler the temperature, the likelier you are to crank up your furnace.

But if you hear odd noises, feel temperature inconsistencies, or notice other problems, you may wonder if your furnace needs a simple repair or a total replacement. Read our guide below to determine which solution is the best option for you. We’ve listed a few steps you can take before you call an HVAC professional.

Follow These Seasonal Thermostat Guidelines to Optimize Your Climate Control System

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You chose your heating and air conditioning system with the intention of conserving energy, saving money, and keeping your home comfortable. But your system, whether it’s new or it came with your home, only works within the settings you choose.

Unfortunately, this responsibility means that many homeowners’ HVAC systems fall short of their optimized performance levels.

In this blog, we provide good general practices for setting your thermostat as well as seasonal recommendations to help you get more out of your system.

How to Prepare Your HVAC System for Spring

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As the snow and ice start to melt, you relish in the idea of springtime. You can’t wait to experience warmer weather and spend more of your time outdoors. But with the higher temperatures comes a need to use your air conditioner and HVAC system more regularly.

Like most homeowners, you likely haven’t used your air conditioner since the end of last summer. Since your A/C hasn’t run in a few months, you’ll want to take a few steps to ensure the unit works smoothly and efficiently once spring weather hits.

In our blog below, we discuss six measures you can take to prepare your HVAC system for the spring. Use these tips to make sure your unit is in top shape before you turn it on for the first time this coming season.

How Your Air Conditioner Keeps Your Family Healthier

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A balanced diet, regular exercise, and adequate sleep give you the basic recipe for a healthy lifestyle. However, even though those three factors have the biggest impact on your physical well-being, you have other considerations to worry about as well. And those considerations include the air inside your home.

In the Seattle area, residents enjoy relatively healthy air. The region certainly has less pollution than other major metropolises like Los Angeles. However, the high humidity creates other problems for locals, and the air quality in their homes suffers as a result.

If you think the air quality inside your house could use some help, AC may give you the answer. In this blog, we’ll explore the risks that moisture poses to your home, as well as ways your air conditioner cleans the oxygen to keep you healthy.

Conserve Heat in Your Home to Lower Your Energy Costs and Environmental Impact

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According to the US Department of Energy, 56% of the energy your home uses comes from heating systems. Imagine what an impact it would make on your utility bill and the environment if you could reduce the amount of energy you consume.

You don’t have to resort to solar panels or resign yourself to freezing winter nights to make a difference. Consult the following suggestions to discover a plethora of small ways you can reduce the energy required to heat your house.