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Old Windows: Replace or Restore?

Windows have a lot to do with your energy bills – a window that isn’t properly sealed can let in hot air during the summer and cold air during the winter, making your heater or air conditioner work harder to keep your home at the right temperature.

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HVAC Tips for the Fall Season

Well the first day of fall is officially upon us, which means you should be thinking about prepping your home for the upcoming season. One of the major things to think about is your HVAC system, and our cooling and heating repair experts have a few tips to help get you ready for cooler temperatures.

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The Link Between Indoor Air Quality and Asthma

When it comes to air quality, you probably just think about the air outdoors. But the air indoors can actually be much more polluted and therefore, worse to breathe. Indoor air that contains dust, dirt, pollen, and other debris can actually worsen symptoms of those with asthma.

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12 Ways to Be Energy-Efficient in 2016

It’s a new year, which means you have the opportunity to make it an energy-efficient one. Saving energy not only helps the environment, but also puts money back into your wallet, so follow these tips and make it your resolution to be more energy-efficient.

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Furnaces vs. Boilers

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There are some major distinctions between furnaces and boilers, and both have advantages and disadvantages when it comes to heating your home. Before you decide which you’d prefer, learn more about what makes them different.

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Make Your Home Energy Efficient for Spring

Well, it looks like temperatures are finally warming and spring is right around the corner, which means many homeowners will be doing some spring cleaning in the coming weeks. While you do, remember that there are some things you can do to your home to make it energy efficient during the upcoming season. For example.

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Top 5 Programmable Thermostats

If you still don’t have a programmable thermostat, our Downingtown heating company recommends you consider getting one. A programmable thermostat lets you control the temperature of your home, even when you’re not there. This means that you can turn down your heat or air conditioning when no one is home and save money on your energy bills.

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Home Energy Goals for 2015

It’s a new year, which means you get a fresh start when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. This year, how about making some resolutions that focus on home energy goals? At Timothy Off, our Downingtown heating company has a few suggestions:v

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