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Never Stop Learning

Each year I attend Comfortech, a national convention of plumbing, heating and cooling contractors. With it being in Nashville this year, I was excited to attend so close to home, as well as having the opportunity to be a presenter with a colleague of mine, Jim Hinshaw (Sales Improvement Professionals,…

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The Introduction

Hello everyone, Alana here, ready to start this blog!  Since this is the first entry, I’d like explain why I am here and what I hope this blog accomplishes. As I meet people to discuss their home’s comfort and energy efficiency I find myself thinking, “Wouldn’t it be great if…

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Carbon Monoxide and What You NEED to Know About It

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas that can cause illness and even death. CO is a byproduct of burning fuel and that is what household heating systems do to keep us warm. Symptoms. – Headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion. High levels of CO inhalation…

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Three Reasons a Bigger Air Conditioner Isn’t Better

Americans like bigger. Nothing makes us drool more than a bigger SUV, a bigger stadium or a bigger sandwich. Bigger mean status, bigger means more value, bigger is just better, right? Not in the air conditioning industry, it’s a big no, no and a common problem we see in the…

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Get Paid to Save Money

If you’ve looking to save money on your energy bills and make your home more comfortable too, here are the places to start: Air sealing and attic insulation Updating your lighting Updating your heating and air conditioning equipment and ducts Updating your appliances Updating your windows and doors If you…

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IAQ: Facts You should Know

If someone says the word ‘pollution,’ chances are you automatically think of things such as factories producing endless clouds of black smoke, car exhaust fumes, dirty rivers and other outdoor elements. However, there are few who think that their own home, or other buildings, that are frequently used could be…

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