Month: July 2014

Top Social Media Posts for Week of July 25

  • In order to achieve even temperatures and comfort in your home, it is important to have adequate duct sizing.
  • Landmark legislation could put geothermal energy back on track for California.
  • Are you having trouble with your central air conditioner? Here some advice that will help you repair central air conditioner.
  • Check out this latest Comfort Matters blog post, from Lennox, that shares some great tips to give you peace of mind when you’re away this summer.

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Top Social Media Posts for Week of July 18

  • If you’re looking for the quietest and most efficient two-stage central air conditioner you can buy, look no further than the Lennox XC21.
  • Help lower your cooling costs, and landscape at the same time! By planting 6-8 ft. trees near your home, it will shade your windows within a year and within 5-10 years it will shade your home’s roof.
  • Air conditioning units can be costly and frustrating to repair or replace. Check out these simple tips on how to make your AC units last longer.
  • Summer is here! It is time for an AC tune-up service to make sure that everything is in great working condition. Call 1-800-551-3040 today for a FREE estimate!
  • Solar power is making gains in the U.S. as the once exotic power source is becoming a routine part of business.

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Top Social Media Posts for Week of July 11

1. If you’re starting a new paint job remember this tip: Buy a good quality roller cover. A 1/2 inch nap wool blend cover will hold enough paint to do the job 4x faster.
2. As far as air handlers go, the Lennox CBX40 Variable Speed Air Handler is the quietest and most efficient on the market. It controls humidity, improves air quality and is also backed with the Good Housekeeping seal of approval.
3. If you have been putting off changing your air filter, now is the time. In the summer heat, your A/C unit is working hard and needs a clean filter to perform at its best.
4. One of our favorite year-round comfort tips is to install a storm door. Buy one that comes with glass and screen inserts you can switch out. Then use the screen insert now to let the breeze in while keeping bugs out in the evenings.
5. A power drill is a very handy tool to have around the house, but make sure you get one with variable speed. Harder materials, like metal, have to be drilled at lower speeds than softer materials.

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