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If you’re like many homeowners here in the Morse, Texas, area, you might immediately start wondering if you remembered to turn off appliances and set the alarm as soon as you head out the door in the morning. But with the features that make up a “smart home,” you can check a lot of these

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When you walk through the front door of your Cactus, Texas, home in the evening, you want to feel comfortable and safe. Poor ventilation can get in the way of home comfort by reducing indoor air quality, or IAQ. How Does Ventilation Work? At its most basic, ventilation sifts stale air out of your home

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R-22 and R-410A are two types of trademarked refrigerants developed by DuPont and Carrier respectively. If you own a heat pump or air conditioner, it’s important to understand the differences between these refrigerants. Ozone-Depleting R-22 Between 1930 and 1996, R-22 was the standard choice for air conditioning systems. After decades of use, evidence emerged that

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Know Your Furnace

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As the weather gets cooler outside, the furnace in your Gruver, Texas, home probably runs much more regularly throughout the winter months. When you understand how the furnace works, it’s easier to know when something isn’t operating properly. Role of the Thermostat The thermostat is the part of the heating and air conditioning system that most

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Fixing Your Furnace

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Unless you’re around a campfire, the smell of burning is rarely a good sign. It’s especially dangerous if it’s coming from the furnace within your Borger, Texas, home. A burning odor can indicate a variety of problems with your heating system, some of which are cause for concern. Burning Dust If your furnace is turning

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