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If Space Is a Priority in Your Home, Mini-Split Air Conditioning May Be the Way to Go

Posted on: November 13, 2012

Having the correct air conditioning system in your home greatly improves your quality of life. However, when you’re in the market to buy one, there are many variables to be taken into account. Because buying an air conditioner isn’t something you do every day, the procedure can be quite daunting. You might think that one […]

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A Solar Heating System That Breaks New Ground in Home Comfort

Posted on: November 8, 2012

The SunSource solar heating energy system from Lennox brings a new dimension to home comfort that goes way beyond obtaining power from the sun. Helped by roof-mounted modules, it converts sunlight into actual electricity, which can be used to run your air conditioner or heat pump while reducing your cooling and heating costs by up […]

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Do Some Simple Checks Before Calling Your Furnace Repair Technician

Posted on: November 6, 2012

While most furnace repair work should be performed by a professional, there are some simple fixes that you may be able to do yourself. For example, if your furnace is not getting enough heat, check that the main breaker is open and the furnace switch is on. But if the breaker or fuse trips after […]

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Air Conditioning Repair and Maintenance: Have You Heard About Our MSA Program?

Posted on: November 1, 2012

Our MSA (Money Saving Agreement) is a preventative maintenance initiative for heating and cooling systems. Our highly skilled technicians will inspect, clean and tune up your system to ensure it’s in good working condition for the upcoming season. You’ll find that the MSA will pay for itself many times in the reduction of heating and […]

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Heat Pumps At a Glance

Posted on: October 11, 2012

Heat pumps are a mechanical system that can help to heat and cool our houses and other buildings at a much more efficient rate. They are sustainable, requiring actually no fuels at all. We are generally more accustomed to seeing traditional gas fueled furnaces and air conditioning systems regulating the temperatures of our buildings. While […]

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Different Options for Heating Your Household

Posted on: October 9, 2012

Household heating is an important part of the infrastructure to all houses. Even in the south, where the winters are mild, homes are likely to need heating for part of the year. So what are the options for household heating? We are going to look briefly at 3 types: electrical resistance heating, furnace heating, and […]

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Tips Versus Myths of Household Heating

Posted on: October 4, 2012

Heating your household (and the money it costs to do so) is a topic of much discussion between all sorts of people; as such, it is expected that some myths will arise through all the conversation. We know how myths work: what one person hears will be relayed to another, possibly even changing slightly, so […]

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How Do Solar Power Panels Convert Sunlight Into Usable Energy?

Posted on: October 2, 2012

Exactly how solar power panels work, is quite a mystery to many people. Sure, we can all feel the energy of the sun every time we lay on a beach or go walking in a park in the summer time; the heat that warms our skin and the air is one manifestation of that energy. […]

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Acosta Heating and Cooling Celebrates 40 Years in Business

Posted on: October 1, 2012

It was a night of celebration and reminiscing this past Thursday September 27th. Friends, colleagues, and family gathered at Cedarwood Country Club to honor Zeke Acosta, the founder and leader of Acosta Heating and Cooling for the past 40 years. Starting in 1972 from a garage, Zeke Acosta has inspired, motivated, and led his company […]

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Common Culprits That Call for Furnace Repair

Posted on: September 27, 2012

Of course there are any number of things that necessitate furnace repair, certain problems occur much more commonly than others, as well as range from minor to potentially dangerous. Knowing what to look for can be helpful both in deciding how to proceed with the furnace repair process and also to help you communicate more […]

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