Federal Tax Credits Will Help You Save Money

February 19, 2020

Purchasing a new heating or cooling system for your home is a big investment as a homeowner. So, when there is an opportunity to save money, it’s important to consider taking advantage of the deals! With federal tax credits having recently been reinstated, you can replace or upgrade your home’s system and save money at the same time. Here are some important details you should know about. Tax credits are available on qualifying systems that include heat pumps, central air conditioners, water heaters, and gas furnaces. They include up 10% of the cost up to $500

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How To Improve Indoor Air Quality Naturally

February 18, 2020

As a homeowner, many of us strive to ensure that the quality of the air inside our home is always high. However, there are many separate factors that can affect your air and even negatively impact your respiratory health. Here are a few different ways you can improve the air quality inside of your home. Take Off Your Shoes One of the first things you should consider when trying to improve the air quality inside of your home is to take off your shoes as soon as you get inside. Whether you realize

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3 Signs Your Furnace Needs Repair

February 4, 2020

With winter still in full swing, your heater is being put to the test to keep you comfortable. But what if it isn’t acting right? Is something about to break? A furnace breakdown in the middle of winter is never pleasant. Pay close attention to your system and keep reading for signs that your furnace needs repair. #1: Unreliable heating. If you’ve set your heater to a specific temperature and it doesn’t adjust to that temperature, chances are, there could be something wrong. Perhaps it’s stopping in the middle of its cycle or it’s

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How To Save Money With a Whole-Home Humidifier

January 11, 2020

There are several different ways a whole-home humidifier can help you save your hard-earned cash. It will allow you to keep your thermostat set lower, consequently lowering the amount of your utility bill. A humidifier can also reduce damage to some items of property, saving you from having to spend money replacing them. A Whole-Home System Versus Portable Humidifiers To accomplish the same goal with portable humidifiers, you would need to buy one for each room in your home. A whole-home humidifier is less expensive to operate and less expensive to purchase than an assortment of

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Your Winter Checklist for Your Heating System

January 8, 2020

Winter is here and our area even has some snowflakes in the forecast. Cold temperatures are here to stay for the time being, and that means your furnace needs to be able to keep you warm. Follow this simple winter checklist for your heating system to make sure it is functioning at its peak. What tips should homeowners follow? Avoid vent obstructions: Vents around your home should not be covered up, closed, or blocked. Ensure that all furniture or drapes are not preventing air from flowing freely from each vent. Blocked

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How to Save Energy During the Holidays

December 11, 2019

The cold days of the holiday season will cause your heating system to work overtime, and this will mean a rise in your utility bills. While this cannot be prevented, there are still ways to ensure that the energy bills do not get exorbitantly high. Seal All Drafts One of the first steps to take is to seal all cracks and other openings in the home. These can be found especially around doors and windows, but all you’ll need is some foam tape or caulking to take care of them. This way, the heated air

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How Duct Cleaning Can Improve Your Health

December 1, 2019

The official start of winter is right around the corner. At this time of year, it’s cold, but it’s also one of the most common times to see lots of viruses going around. Because of that, you’re probably looking for ways to keep your body and immune system strong. Did you know that your home’s ductwork can impact your health? If not, look to Climate Control for professional duct cleaning services. At Home Air Pollutants Dirt, bacteria, mold, and viruses can make their way into your home through the ductwork and your heating system. This can also

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Top 2 Reasons to Keep Your Furnace Maintained

November 14, 2019

Winter and Fall in the Pacific Northwest can bring some chilly days. That means you want your home to keep you warm, no matter what’s happening with the weather outside. Now is a great time to get your residential furnace system serviced. Not sure why preventative maintenance on your furnace is important? Here are the top two reasons why. #1: Regular servicing keeps your system more reliable Just like you keep the oil changed on your vehicle regularly to keep it running smoothly, your furnace needs the same attention. Regular preventative maintenance means we

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Why Replace Your Old Furnace?

November 14, 2019

The first day of fall has come and gone. Now, it’s time to start thinking about cooler temperatures. That means your furnace will need to be ready to keep you warm all fall and winter. Is your furnace up for the job? If you are not sure, let us help. Here are some reasons why you should replace your old furnace. New furnaces are energy efficient A new furnace is created with today’s technology and that means it’s focused on energy efficiency. That translates to hundreds of dollars in savings each fall and

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What to Look for In An Air Conditioning Company

February 7, 2017

For most of us, a house represents the largest financial investment we’ll ever make. That means finding a company to handle your AC needs is of utmost importance, as well. The company you pick will be your partner in choosing and maintaining your home’s HVAC unit, which has consequences you might not have thought about. Since cooling and heating can account for almost half of a typical homeowner’s energy costs, making the right decision can have an impact on your financial well-being, in addition to the comfort of you and your family. For years, people in Oregon have trusted Climate Control

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