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Skipping AC Maintenance Risks: Comfort, Bills, Warranty

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the key risks that you're taking if you skip basic air conditioner maintenance this spring, whether on purpose or accidentally. From safety risks of home occupants to things like performance issues, risks of shorter lifespan and more, there are several risks you're […]

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Skipping AC Maintenance Risks: Safety, Performance

There are a few systems within our homes or buildings where preventive maintenance is absolutely key to long-term quality and comfort, and your air conditioner and broader HVAC system are great examples. While repairing or replacing various AC and HVAC components is a regular part of owning a home or building, taking preventative maintenance seriously […]

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Winter HVAC Safety: CO2, Fire, Filter

In part one of this two-part blog series, we discussed some important HVAC safety areas to be thinking about during the current cold season. While many of the basic best practices for maintaining HVAC safety are similar or even identical throughout the year, there are certain areas that either become more important or raise new […]

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Winter HVAC Safety: Inspection, Maintenance, Hazards

There are a few key home components around which safety is always paramount, and the various components that comprise your HVAC system are a great example here. And while certain HVAC safety practices remain the same year-round, there are also some that will fluctuate based on the time of year, including the current Utah winter.  […]

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Furnace Odor Causes: Gas, Decay, Must

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the more common causes of strange odors that you may smell coming from your furnace this winter. From certain burning smells to a sewer-like smell and others, there are a few examples of smells that can come from the furnace that may […]

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Furnace Odor Causes: Burning and Sewer Smells

There are a few different categories of potential signs that something could be amiss with your furnace or related HVAC components, and one good example here is that of odors. Certain smells you pick up could be a sign of something to do with your furnace - in some cases these are very minor issues, […]

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Fall HVAC Tune-Up Elements: Safety and Efficiency

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the basic operational areas that HVAC professionals look at during a fall tune-up or inspection of your system. These appointments are vital each year, helping ensure your system is in great shape ahead of the changing seasons, and several different key elements […]

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Fall HVAC Tune-Up Elements: Operational Checks

There are a few important ways of keeping your home and its fixtures protected throughout the year, and fall HVAC tune-ups are a great example. Fall is an ideal time to attend to your HVAC system, including both your AC that's been stressed across the summer and your furnace that will be taking on most […]

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Babies and Temperature: Maintaining Optimal Ranges

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some basics on why babies have a somewhat tighter ideal temperature range than other people, plus some initial tips on how to utilize your HVAC system properly to meet these needs. Both to avoid the risk of SIDS and to keep babies as comfortable […]

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Babies and Temperature: Understanding Needs

There are a few scenarios in which you might be considering changing up your home's standard thermostat settings, and one common example here is when you're bringing a newborn baby into the family. Babies have somewhat tighter ideal temperature ranges than adults and people of other ages do, and in some cases this might mean […]

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