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Quick Tips For Sealing Air Leaks in your Home Tag: air conditioners

An infrared camera reveals air leakage around the windows in this older home. Photo credit Green Energy Futures / @greenenergyfutures on Flickr.

A family generally spends one-third of their annual cooling and heating budget on air that enters the house through leaks, cracks, and gaps. This is often ignored by homeowners. Do you know how much money your home is wasting in a year?

Sealing air leaks is a very cost-effective way to conserve energy. Drafts and leaks are most common in attics and basements, but there are a few extra details to take note of when draftproofing. Here are some you can follow along with at home.

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Should You Keep Your Central Heating On All The Time? Tag: air conditioners

There's been an age-long debate about whether to keep central heating systems on all the time, or only when you need them. In this post, we aim to guide you towards making sure your Vancouver Island home consumes less energy.

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Getting Reliable Heating & Cooling Service Tag: air conditioners

Jeff Fogarty, the HVAC equipment specialist for the Civil Engineer Maintenance Inspection Repair Team at Tyndall Air Force Base

When it comes to keeping your home comfortable and your energy costs down, reliable heating and cooling service is paramount. You want to make sure that you have the best system for your type of home and lifestyle, while ensure that it stays in good repair for as long as possible. Make sure you know how to choose the best HVAC service for your needs.

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