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2016 HVAC Federal Tax Credits for Energy

Posted on: February 3, 2016

Did you know you can receive tax credit for installing a new energy efficient system in your Utah home? That’s right—if you installed a new HVAC system after January 1, 2011 you could get money back after filing it on your taxes! Systems that are energy efficient and meet a set of requirements are eligible…

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Finding a Good HVAC Contractor

Posted on: January 20, 2016

Do you need heating or cooling equipment maintenance? Perhaps you require equipment repair or replacement. No matter what HVAC services you’re looking for, you only want to work with a contractor that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations. Here are 10 qualities to look for when finding a good HVAC contractor for the job.…

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8 Energy Saving Myths

Posted on: January 15, 2016

There’s plenty of advice about saving energy out there, but not all of it is true. By debunking the following eight energy saving myths, you’ll stop wasting your time pursuing tactics that don’t actually work. Myth #1 Myth: Buying energy-efficient HVAC equipment is all you need to experience the most significant energy savings. Fact: While…

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What Is a Variable Speed Furnace?

Posted on: December 17, 2015

One of the most exciting new technologies to be introduced into the HVAC industry in the last decade is the variable speed furnace. In fact, this very versatile and highly affordable appliance is redefining the market for home and business owners alike. Keep reading to learn why! Increased Heating Efficiency! In the past, when the…

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Top 5 Signs Your Furnace May Need Repair

Posted on: December 14, 2015

Modern heating systems are designed to be extremely reliable, long lasting, and highly efficient. Still, damage can occur for a variety of reasons. Diagnosing a problem in a heating system, however, is not always that easy. With that in mind, the experts at Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating report the top five most common warning…

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Energy-Efficient Heating Options

Posted on: December 11, 2015

The largest expense of your home is heating and can account for almost 30% of your annual energy use, according to the Department of Energy. You can reduce your heating costs by installing one of the many energy-efficient furnaces that are produced today and decrease your heating costs, considerably. The most common method of heating…

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Are You Suffering from Dry Air in Your Home?

Posted on: December 10, 2015

If your home shows signs of a serious lack of humidity, you might experiment with different methods for creating moisture in the air.  Portable humidifiers are among the most common ways increase humidity, but only serve the room in which they’re placed.  They require a lot of monitoring so as not to run dry, and…

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Is It Worth It to Repair My Old Furnace?

Posted on: November 6, 2015

Making sure your furnace is in excellent working order ensures your winter comfort. The last thing you want in the middle of a bone-chillingly cold Utah night is a furnace that won’t provide heat. Costly repairs can add up and you may wonder if repairs are even worth it. Many times, a quick tune-up and…

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Is Your Home’s Air Quality Making You Sick?

Posted on: November 5, 2015

The fresh air of the Beehive State is one of its finest benefits. However, this pure natural resource can become corrupted in a residential home by various factors and cause harm—minor or severe—to the owner and his family. Still, there are ways to prevent this situation. Here is a quick rundown on the most important…

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Heating Solutions for Larger Homes in Utah

Posted on: October 21, 2015

In Ogden, Utah homes can range from small condos to large million dollar homes. The size of your home is directly correlated to how much you spend each month trying to heat it. Whether you are in the large family home or an old, historic house, you know how expensive it can be to keep…

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