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09/03/2021

Should I Zone My House? Pros and Cons of HVAC Zoning

To Zone or Not to Zone If seeing the phrase “HVAC zoning” or hearing friends refer to places in their home as “zones,” is confusing you, you’re not alone. You’re probably wondering what zoning actually means and might be asking yourself questions like: Why are they calling the living room Zone 1 but their bedroom […]

08/17/2021

Keep Your Pets Safe and Your Electricity Bill Down

Conserving Energy is Great — Just Make Sure to Keep Your Pets Safe! Whether you’re getting back into the groove of working in person or running lots of errands on a Saturday, you’re probably leaving your pets at home for an extended period of time. If you’re used to turning off the AC when you […]

07/06/2021

5 Signs You Need Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Get Your Ducts In A Row Did you know that air particles travel through your home’s HVAC system about 5-7 times a day? While your HVAC system works hard to freshen up that air, particles such as dust, mold, and other debris often get lost in the mix. An air duct cleaning is a service […]

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06/15/2021

Steps to Take to Prepare Your HVAC System for Summer

Introduction After a hot, summer day spent outside, fewer things feel better than the cool breeze that instantly welcomes you when you walk through your door. All of a sudden your home starts feeling stuffy, you turn on the fans and they don’t seem to be helping. Uh oh, your A/C is on the fritz. [...]

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06/08/2021

Is the Climate Inside Your Home Killing Your Plants?

Temperature check If you find yourself getting jealous of your friends who boast lush, alive plants in their home because all of your green friends seem to die, it might be time to change tactics. If after adjusting your watering habits and switching the soil, you’re still faced with withering, dying plants, consider changing your [...]

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05/19/2021

HVAC Tips for New Homeowners

HVAC Tips for New Homeowners We are excited that you moved in! Here are some facts about the HVAC system in your new home and how TemperaturePro can help you. Maintaining your homes HVAC system is important for the longevity of your system and can save you money in the long run. Regular maintenance check-ups [...]

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05/17/2021

How to Use Your Thermostat at Peak Efficiency

How to Use Your Thermostat at Peak Efficiency Energy bills and thermostat efficiency can be large concerns for a lot of families, especially if you’re living in an area where the weather fluctuates without warning. Though unfortunately saving money on energy bills is not an exact science, there are a few things you can do [...]

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04/30/2021

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality to Control Indoor Allergens

Get Indoor Allergens Under Control Though we tend not to think about it, the air we’re breathing affects our health as much as anything else we put in our bodies. Like consuming high-fat foods or sugary beverages, inhaling dust, mold, and pollen can be detrimental to our overall well-being, leading to allergies or more severe […]

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04/16/2021

The Pollutants of Indoor Air and What they Mean for Your Health

Identifying the Most Common Indoor Pollutants Indoor air quality is a crucial factor when it comes to your and your family’s comfort level at home, but did you know that poor air quality can also affect your general wellbeing? There are many reasons why your indoor air quality may be low, ranging from unclean ducts […]

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04/16/2021

The ABCs of HVAC: An Easy to Understand HVAC Glossary

Learning a New Language Whether you’re new to the HVAC industry or simply trying to understand your home’s heating and cooling system, there’s a good chance you’re overwhelmed by all the acronyms and other jargon you’ve never heard of before. It can feel kind of like learning a new language, but no one gave you […]