• Subpar Cooling Performance? Is Your Thermostat to Blame?

      When it is hot outside, there is nothing better than stepping into a nice, cool home at the end of the day. Conversely, there are few experiences quite as disappointing as coming home only to find ...

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    • Invertor Heat Pumps: Taking Efficiency Even Further

      We’re big fans of heat pumps around here, as you’ve no doubt noticed. The benefits of using a heat pump in Westport, CT are well-documented. They are able to provide comfort all year long, thanks to ...

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    • Should I Be Concerned About the Ice on My Air Conditioner?

      Your air conditioner has one job, and one job only, and that is to cool your home. Because of this, you may mistake the signs of ice on your air conditioning system as being indicative of an overly ...

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    • Winter Is Coming, and Humidity Will Fall

      During the summer time, the humidity in the air can make the heat feel intolerable after a while. Our body’s naturally cool themselves by sweating, and if the air surrounding your body is too humid, ...

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    • What Is an Energy Recovery Ventilator, and Should I Be Using One?

      One of the biggest misconceptions, when it comes to cooling — or heating, for that matter — one’s home in this day and age is that you have to choose between efficiency and air quality. Sealing up our ...

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    • 3 Signs That You May Need a Dehumidifier

      As you’ve probably heard someone proclaim at some point, “it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity” that makes you uncomfortable on hot summer days. There is actually some truth to this claim, even if it ...

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    • What Is Standby Energy Loss, and Why Should I Care?

      There is no denying the fact that one of the greatest luxuries that we enjoy in this day and age is near instantaneous access to hot water throughout our homes. The idea of heating water over a stove ...

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    • What Is an Energy Recovery Ventilator, and Should I Be Using One?

      One of the biggest misconceptions, when it comes to cooling — or heating, for that matter — one’s home in this day and age is that you have to choose between efficiency and air quality. Sealing up our ...

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    • Why Use an Energy Recovery Ventilator?

      When you heat your home in the winter and run your air conditioner to cool it down in the summer, you probably keep your doors and windows shut while you do so. After all, you don’t want the energy ...

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    • Invertor Heat Pumps: Taking Efficiency Even Further

      We’re big fans of heat pumps around here, as you’ve no doubt noticed. The benefits of using a heat pump in Westport, CT are well-documented. They are able to provide comfort all year long, thanks to ...

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    • Will a Heat Pump Effectively Cool My Home?

      Homeowners looking for a new air conditioning system before this summer season really gets underway will no doubt come to realize that the AC options available to them are actually quite extensive. If ...

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    • Are You Ready for an Air Conditioning Replacement?

      We’ve still got a bit of winter left to go, mild as this particular season has proven to be. Even so, chances are that arrival of March has got you itching for warmer temperatures. The heat of summer ...

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    • Common Furnace Problems: Burning Odors

      When running your heating system, you don’t want to encounter any surprises. However, the fact of the matter is that you are likely going to encounter problems with your heater at some point. Today we ...

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    • Why Heat My Home with a Gas-Fired Furnace?

      When you are ready to invest in a new heating system, you want to be sure that you are choosing the best heating system not only for your needs, but for your personal user preferences. If you have ...

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    • Is the Air Filter in Your Furnace Fresh?

      Do you use a forced air heating system in order to heat your home, such as a furnace or a heat pump? If so, you need to make sure that your system is able to force air throughout your home ...

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    • What Makes the Heat Pump Water Heater So Efficient?

      Choosing a new water heater for your home is definitely not the type of decision that you can afford to rush into. You may only be familiar with traditional tank water heaters, but we recommend that ...

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    • What Is Standby Energy Loss, and Why Should I Care?

      There is no denying the fact that one of the greatest luxuries that we enjoy in this day and age is near instantaneous access to hot water throughout our homes. The idea of heating water over a stove ...

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    • What Does the Anode Rod in My Water Heater Do?

      If you have a traditional tank water heater or a heat pump water heater that stores hot water in a tank, there is a component called an “anode rod” in that tank. You may not be overly familiar with ...

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