Heating
December 5, 2018

Why Is One Room in My Home So Cold During Winter?

One of the most frustrating things about being a homeowner in the winter can be a room that just always seems to be colder than the rest of the house. You may have your heater on full blast, yet that pesky room remains chilly. The good news is that this problem is likely easily solved....Read More
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Heating
November 7, 2018

Nine Ways to Lower Your Heating Bill This Winter

Everyone wants to save money on their heating bills during the winter, and the TemperaturePro team is here to help you do so. Check out these 9 easy tips for reducing energy spending in the coming winter months. 1. Programmable Thermostats One of the simplest ways to reduce your energy bills during winter months (and...Read More
Fall Furnace Maintenance
Heating
October 19, 2018

Four Reasons For Fall Furnace Maintenance

Fall began on September 22 this year, which means the cold days of winter are already looming on the horizon. Chilly days in the Midwest and Northeast are closer than ever, and even southern states in the U.S. experience unexpected cold fronts. Is your furnace ready to heat your home and keep you and your...Read More
Image of an air conditioner with grass and flowers in front
Tips
August 15, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About SEER Ratings

Choosing a new system can be overwhelming, aggravating, and downright frustrating. With different brands, sizes, and options, it’s easy get lost in the world of mysterious and unfamiliar AC units. More importantly, you’re probably wondering what AC unit can give you the best bang for your buck and be most efficient. Well, fear no more!...Read More
Young Happy Woman Sitting On Couch Operating Air Conditioner
Air Conditioners
July 30, 2018

5 Ways Great AC Can Improve Your Life

No more sweat stains! Ok, ok, we know it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out air conditioning makes you sweat less. Climate control has saved millions from embarrassing sweat stains and uncomfortable clingy clothes. But how annoying can sweat really be? Well, deodorant producer Sweat Block sites that the average human sweats around...Read More
Cooling
July 17, 2018

5 Things To Do When Your AC Goes Out

With the middle of the summer fast approaching and the heat showing no mercy. It’s more important than ever to make sure your AC unit is working properly. However, we realize we don’t live in a perfect world and yes, things do break. Fear no more, check out the following tips to get your AC...Read More
Tips
June 19, 2018

Why YOU Need a Smart Thermostat!

Have you heard about smart thermostats? Don’t worry, you don’t need to be savvy to benefit! Read on to learn why you need these in your home! Smart thermostats provide energy savings with ease to make sure you’re always comfortable. Besides energy savings, smart thermostats give you complete control over your home’s comfort system. Through connected…Read More

General HVAC
January 4, 2018

5 Steps to Better Air Quality

5 Steps to Better Air Quality The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) surprised and upset homeowners a few years ago by reporting that indoor air in most homes is on average 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. In many cases, it was much worse. Skeptics and those who think their home is an...Read More
General HVAC
January 4, 2018

6 Factors in Choosing a Heating or Cooling System

6 Factors In Choosing a Heating or Cooling System Choosing an HVAC system replacement is an investment in the future. The combined average service life of a  central air conditioner and furnace is over 15 years. It is important to make an informed choice because you’ll be living with the results of that choice for...Read More
General HVAC
September 11, 2017

Everything You Need To Know About Smart Thermostats

Everything You Need To Know About Smart Thermostats Homeowners who installed programmable thermostats realized energy savings when they hit the market some 20 years ago. To match their occupancy patterns, their only effort was to program the thermostat. Anyone coming home unexpectedly had to override the thermostat, which could wipe out energy savings if entered...Read More