October 17, 2013

The Mutually Dependent Systems in Your Energy-Efficient Home

As the warm weather marches on, it’s important to find ways to save energy wherever possible in your Texas home. There are

August 7, 2013

The Blower Door: Why It’s a Key Component of Your Home Energy Audit

A blower door test tells you something about your home you’ve always wanted to know: Exactly how much air it leaks. Okay,

June 12, 2013

The Thermal Expansion Valve: An Advanced Feature You’ll Want in Your Next A/C

The thermal expansion valve exemplifies the continuing refinement of home cooling technology. While it was installed in large, commercial air conditioners for

May 8, 2013

Why You Should Use a NATE-Certified Technician for Your AC Installation

When spring begins to fade into summer, a reliable central air conditioner provides welcome relief from outdoor heat and humidity. A properly

April 18, 2013

7 Foolproof Tips to Keep Energy Bills in Line as the Temperature Climbs

At 20/100, the Comfort Index for Titus County, TX, an index that’s based on humidity levels, is less than half the national

February 8, 2013

There’s so Much to Gain from an Air Conditioner Replacement

As summer temperatures begin to rise, homeowners depend on a reliable central air conditioning system to keep the indoor environment cool, quiet

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