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How Modern Innovations in Fireplace Technology Are Changing Home Design

There are all kinds of changes happening in home design right now, especially when it comes to fireplaces. Traditionally, homeowners primarily placed a fireplace in their home to keep it warm, but advances in heating and air conditioning are making this less essential. Should you still install one in your home? We believe you should. Take a look at some of the recent innovations that will show you that a fireplace is still valuable to your home's look and feel.
3 years ago
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Multi-Fuel Furnaces: A Better Way to Heat Your Home

Deciding which type of furnace you need to warm up your home is an important decision. Not only do you need a furnace that is the right size and within your budget, but also something that uses a fuel source that you prefer. In many modern homes, central heating units that run on natural gas are the most popular.
3 years ago
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What is a Dual Fuel System?

A dual fuel system is an electric heat pump paired with a gas furnace to assist in heating during colder months. A standard heat pump will operate at temperatures down to 35 degrees F, then will switch to auxiliary electric heat strips. This can lead to expensive electric bills if the sub-freezing temperatures persist for an extended amount of time.
3 years ago
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Is A Gas Fireplace Worth It? Reasons Why It Is

You've got a lot of different options when it comes to a new fireplace. There are log burning stoves, electric fireplaces, and of course, gas fireplaces. With so many options, which one is right for you? In this article, we will cover all the reasons why it is worth it to consider a gas fireplace for your home.

3 years ago
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What You Need to Know About Furnace Filters

A Filter is a very important part of an HVAC system. Replacing regularly will not only improve the quality of air in your home but will also prolong the life of your furnace. Not taking care of the filter will result in greatly increased health risks due to air contamination and a shorter life span of the furnace.
3 years ago
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Up-flow vs. Down-flow Furnaces: What's the Difference and Does it Matter?

Up-flow and down-flow; these descriptive words identify the direction air moves through a furnace and how that furnace is configured in the space it occupies. The location of the furnace within your home determines whether the best choice is up-flow or down-flow furnaces.
3 years ago
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Choosing the Perfect Gas Log System to Create a Cozy Home Environment

In your quest to buy a gas fireplace online you may have come across gas logs for sale. In our discussion today, we will look at the options that are available and some of the advantages and disadvantages of these systems which can help you make an informed decision.
3 years ago
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What are the Different Furnaces Used for Home Heating?

If you live in a state where the winters are severe, then a furnace will undoubtedly be the best heating solution for you. There are many unique advantages offered by a furnace that you simply won’t find with other systems designed for more temperate climates.
3 years ago
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