How to Seal out Drafts

Ever wonder why it takes more heat than it should to warm up your home? The culprit could be windows and doors that aren’t sealed properly. Bad seals not only let in drafts of cold air from outside, they also let the warm air in your home escape.

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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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4 Ways to Make Your Home Smarter

Having a smart home can mean you not only care about reducing your carbon footprint, but you also care about the safety of your family. Smart home steps can also lead you to lower energy bills and an overall simpler way of life. Our Chadds Ford heating and air conditioning company has a few suggestions on how to make your home smarter.

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Spring Cleaning Done Right

It’s that time of year again – time to put away that snow shovel, open up those windows, and give your home a good, thorough spring cleaning. While vacuuming and dusting are essential, you should also consider going a little deeper into your cleaning routine. Here are a few ideas from our HVAC service experts.

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Our authorized specialists will perform important maintenance services on your equipment twice during the year: once to help prepare for the heating season, and once to help prepare for the cooling season.

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