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  • Poison Prevention Week - CO, Radon, Gas

    Prevent Poisonings at Home | National Poison Prevention Week

    March 24th, 2017
    John F. Kennedy’s Proclamation 3449 declared the third week of March National Poison Prevention Week, stating: “Whereas accidental poisoning consistently takes a substantial toll of lives each year, especially among very young children… I, John F. Kennedy, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim the week beginning March 18, 1962, as National Poison Prevention Week.” If you have any
  • How to Clear a Drip Line or Condensate Line

    How to Clear a Drip Line or Condensate Line

    March 21st, 2017
    If you’ve ever noticed a leak or pool of water dripping from the base of HVAC or furnace unit, you’ve probably worried about roof leaks or burst pipes.  But the issue may not be that bad, as your unit itself simply have a clogged drain line.  Condensation can build up inside your forced air system, leading to a slow leak. 
  • How PureFlow™ Duct Systems Work

    How Do PureFlow™ Duct Systems Work?

    March 17th, 2017
    Designed for comfort and energy efficiency, our signature PureFlow™ Duct System is your answer to poor indoor air quality and high utility bills. The meaning of the term “PureFlow” can be found when you examine each of its components in isolation. The first word “pure” comes from Service Champions’ commitment to offering the freshest, cleanest, and healthiest air possible into
  • A Short Guide to Zoned Air Systems

    A Short Guide to Zoned Air Systems

    March 14th, 2017
    We all spend a lot of money keeping our homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer.  For many of us, this means paying to heat every room in the home at the same time.  Even when we’re sleeping our homes work to keep the entire building comfortable.  While switching to a smart thermostat and changing the temperature
  • smoke alarm frequently asked questions

    Smoke Alarm FAQ | Installation & Troubleshooting Tips

    March 10th, 2017
    As we prepare to “spring forward” and start Daylight Saving Time (DST), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and other safety organizations are urging everyone to change the batteries in their smoke alarm (and carbon monoxide detectors). Around 8 people die from home fires every day in the United States. Over 2/3 of these deaths occur in homes without working
  • Air Filters and Air Quality

    Air Filters and Air Quality

    March 7th, 2017
    Suppose there was a way to improve energy efficiency in your home, prolong the lifespan of your heating and air conditioning, reduce allergy symptoms, and improve health with only a tiny bit of simple maintenance?  The good news is that there is, and you can do it simply.  The air filter for your forced air HVAC unit is simple to
  • do you need an HVAC maintenance plan? - Maintenance Value Plan (MVP)

    Do You Need an HVAC Maintenance Plan?

    March 3rd, 2017
    The best way to keep energy bills down and comfort levels up is to sign up for an HVAC maintenance plan. Technicians and manufacturers alike know the importance of regular maintenance. Neglecting regular maintenance of large mechanical products such as cars and HVAC systems forces them to work harder, increasing the likelihood of breakdowns and cutting years off their lifespans. While you may
  • Should I Replace or Repair my Furnace

    Should I Replace or Repair my Furnace?

    February 28th, 2017
    As the winter season rolls on we rely on a combination of forced-air heating, space heaters, and fireplaces to warm our homes.  For many homeowners, a forced-air furnace comes with the home, or is replaced once over the total time the home is owned.  Few people need to replace the furnace in their home more than once, and many people
  • how do heat pumps work?

    How Do Heat Pumps Work in Cold Weather?

    February 24th, 2017
    Heat pumps can be used to both heat and cool your home. They use a similar process that your refrigerator uses to keep your food cold and fresh. Have you ever noticed the hot coils on the back of your fridge? They are releasing heat from the inside your fridge. "How does it do this?," you may ask. Continue reading to learn
  • Choosing the Right Ceiling Fan

    Choosing the Right Ceiling Fan

    February 21st, 2017
    In the winter we rely on our furnaces and fireplaces.  During the summer, air conditioning takes the brunt of hot days.  But when it comes to mildly chilly or temperate days, we should be looking to ceiling fans.  Rather than spending energy on climate control, a ceiling fan can help regulate the warmth that already exists in a home.  The
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