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HVAC System Efficiency Tips

Spending extra money on heating and cooling is not something anyone wants. The easiest solution is, if course, purchasing a high-efficiency HVAC system. A new system can greatly increase the efficiency of your home, thus reducing your heating and cooling costs. It isn’t the most practical solution for everyone, however. If your system is only a few years old or just …


Winter and Your HVAC System

Southeast Texas may be none for it’s hot, humid summers, but we luck out when it comes to our mild winters. Compared to the rest of the county we have it good. Snow is basically unheard of and the average temperature is 43 and 63. We only see about 10 days below freezing every year. Just because our winters are mild, doesn’t mean there is no effect on your HVAC system.

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Appliances Upgrades: When You May Need Them

Owning and maintaining a home can take a lot of work. There are so many things to consider both inside and out. Knowing when to replace home systems, appliances, and more, is key to keeping your home running smoothly. When things need to be replaced depends on a variety of factors such as age, frequency of use, quality, and new coding regulations. A

House Shopping Tips

Whether you’re looking for a new home to buy, or a new place to rent, it can be a very big step with a lot of questions. Here are some house shopping tips.


Your Air Conditioner and the Texas Floods: What You Should Do

The recent flooding in the Houston area has been unprecedented. With staggering rainfall totals in Southeast Texas, roads, cars, and homes are being consumed with water, and with those homes are air conditioning units. Using your air conditioner with these floods can be a dangerous situation.

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Installing an Exhaust Fan for Your Bathroom

Proper ventilation is important for the bathroom, and not just to keep bad odors out. Because of long, hot showers, there’s a lot of warm, moist air that accumulates in the smaller room, and it needs somewhere to go. That place is your walls, where it can condense and start to grow mold and mildew. Products are available that might be able to kill the spores and clean the stains they leave behind, but the best defense is prevention.