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What Steps Should You Take to Weatherproof Your Home?

Is your home protected from the elements? Whether you’re trying to keep the cold out during winter or keep cool air in during summer, use these tips to weatherproof your home for enhanced comfort and efficiency.

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5 Myths That May Be Impacting the Ventilation in the Attic of Your Home

attic ventilationBecause what goes on up there can affect efficiency and comfort in the entire home, sorting out the facts from the myths of attic ventilation is important. While many homeowners consider the attic a separate, uninhabited zone, the attic is as much a part of the whole-house system as the living spaces below. Read More 5 Myths That May Be Impacting the Ventilation in the Attic of Your Home >>

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How Massachusetts Homeowners Can Improve A/C Efficiency

A/C efficiencyKeeping a home comfortable during the hot, humid Massachusetts summer takes a lot of energy. The efficiency of your cooling equipment is directly tied to the amount of energy it consumes, so it has a big impact on your bills. When you take a proactive approach to boosting A/C efficiency, you can control high cooling costs, increase comfort, see fewer repair bills and even extend the equipment’s service life. Read More How Massachusetts Homeowners Can Improve A/C Efficiency >>

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Duct Sealing: What To Expect If You Hire A Contractor To Do The Job

duct sealing, Boston, MassachusettsIf your utility bills seem higher than normal, yet you’re left with stuffy rooms or excessive dust in your home, the ductwork could be to blame. Hiring a professional to complete duct sealing can provide you with a number of lasting benefits. Read More Duct Sealing: What To Expect If You Hire A Contractor To Do The Job >>

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Seal Home Air Leaks to Stop Fall’s Chill at the Door

seal home air leaks, Boston, MassachusettsIf you’re looking for one true way to save on energy costs this winter, seal home air leaks for maximum return on investment. There are a few different ways this can be done, depending on where the air leak is located. Read More Seal Home Air Leaks to Stop Fall’s Chill at the Door >>

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Duct System Design: Get It Right the First Time or Fix Earlier Faults

duct system design, Holliston, MassachusettsGood duct system design is a primary ingredient for nice savings on the monthly energy bill and for maintaining comfortable and even temperatures from room to room. Read More Duct System Design: Get It Right the First Time or Fix Earlier Faults >>

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Greet Fall With This Home Heating Checklist Under Your Belt

home heating checklist, Acton, MassachusettsWith fall just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your heating system. Read More Greet Fall With This Home Heating Checklist Under Your Belt >>

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Your High-Efficiency Air Conditioner: These 4 Installation Factors Are Key to Performance

high-efficiency air conditioner, Framingham, MassachusettsOne of the keys to choosing the right high-efficiency air conditioner installation is the seasonal energy efficiency ratio, or SEER. Read More Your High-Efficiency Air Conditioner: These 4 Installation Factors Are Key to Performance >>

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The Ducts in Your MetroWest Boston Home: Do They Need to Be Cleaned, Repaired or Both?

air ducts, MetroWest Boston, MassachusettsAre you considering having your ducts cleaned this year? Read More The Ducts in Your MetroWest Boston Home: Do They Need to Be Cleaned, Repaired or Both? >>

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You’re Getting That New Heat Pump? Is Your Home Prepped and Ready?

new heat pump, Dover-Sherborn, MassachusettsYou’re finally getting that new heat pump. All your homework is done and you’ve settled on a unit that’s best for you and your family. While you can now rest assured you’re getting a system that will save you energy and money, your work’s not quite done. Making sure your home is prepped and ready for a heat pump is a big part of the equation.  Read More You’re Getting That New Heat Pump? Is Your Home Prepped and Ready? >>

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