Heat Your Home Safely This Winter

Posted on on December 14th, 2017

Home fires are not something that most people want to talk about, but with the cold weather here and the heat sources increasing, it’s something that shouldn’t be ignored. Your chance of a house fire is higher in the winter, but with the right knowledge and care, you can keep your home warm, cozy, and […]

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Keep Heating Issues at Bay For the Holidays

Posted on on December 13th, 2017

The holiday season has begun and with it so does the house full of guests. Though your primary concern might be having a tidy home and well-stocked fridge for the main event, don’t ignore your temperature.  With the stove running and the family crammed in, it can be quite easy for your house to go […]

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Keep Carbon Monoxide Under Control

Posted on on December 11th, 2017

With the cold weather upon us, it’s the perfect time of year to be mindful of the level of Carbon Monoxide (CO) in your home.  Though a small amount of CO isn’t harmful, with the windows closed tight and more fuel-burning appliances being used, your chances of Carbon Monoxide poisoning can increase. So to ensure your home isn’t suddenly […]

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Prepare Your HVAC System For Vacation

Posted on on December 5th, 2017

As the winter and holiday season is quickly approaching, the urge to ditch the snow shovel for the sand shove can get stronger and stronger. As you begin to plan your winter getaway, don’t forget to add your HVAC prep to your to-do list. Neglecting your HVAC system and heading out to the sand and […]

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Where to Place Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Posted on on November 30th, 2017

It’s the coziest time of the year! The time has come to start bundling up, lighting the fires, turning up the furnaces and keeping the windows shut! As we head into the winter season, the chances of a carbon monoxide leak increase. Your home is filled with appliances that produce some CO, and since this […]

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Have an Energy Efficient Thanksgiving

Posted on on November 17th, 2017

It may surprise you to hear cooking accounts for almost 5% of your home’s total energy usage. And that’s before factoring the energy it takes to keep the fridge and freezer cold enough to keep your food fresh, or that needed to run your dishwasher after dinnertime ends. Pretty crazy, right? And also pretty scary, […]

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Here’s How Tyler Air Makes HVAC Easy

Posted on on November 13th, 2017

Choosing an HVAC contractor to perform work on your home can be hard. With so many companies out there claiming to be the best, it can be difficult to know if you’re choosing the right one. And that’s why we’re here. To lay out our claims to HVAC fame for you — plain and simple. Here’s […]

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Your Furnace Isn’t Going to Make it Through the Winter

Posted on on November 10th, 2017

Fall is in full swing in the New England area, so we’re definitely hitting prime-time for pumping heat into our homes. The last thing you want is to be caught without a heat source this season… or even more dreadful, in the dead of winter! There’s nothing worse than coming in from the cold, only […]

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8 Tricks to Lower Your Heating Bills in November

Posted on on November 1st, 2017

Feeling like a slave to your oil company as the temperatures continue to drop? We get it — home heating bills are some of the most costly utility expenses homeowners face during fall and winter. If you’re looking to find a few ways to save money this season, here are a few tricks to help […]

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8 Heating Issues You May Face This Winter

Posted on on October 27th, 2017

Brrrr! It’s getting cold out there, which means only one thing. It’s about to start getting cold in here as well if it hasn’t already. By now, you should have already tested out your home’s heating system for the season. Can you say with confidence that your furnace is tuned up and ready to go? […]

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