How to Best Conserve Heat Inside Your Home This Winter

Cold temperatures can make it hard to keep your Broken Arrow home warm and cozy without relying a lot on your heating system. However, using your furnace or heat pump often drives up your energy bills. Find out how you can conserve heat this winter to achieve lower...

These Are the Best Pipe Materials During Cold Weather

Frozen pipes are a genuine concern among Indianapolis homeowners during the winter months. Pipes exposed to the cold can freeze up and burst, causing extensive water damage. The right pipe materials can help reduce this risk. Find out more about different pipe...

Why It Might Be Time to Buy a New Furnace for Your Home

Your furnace has been giving you problems. Maybe it’s making weird noises, maybe it doesn’t run as well as it used to, or maybe it won’t turn on at all. Is it worthwhile to have it repaired, or is it time for an upgrade? Keep reading to learn a few...

Know the Options When It Comes to Home Insulation in Winter

Indianapolis is known for its frigid winters, and drafts associated with poor insulation can leave you shivering in your own home. Fortunately, there are plenty of home insulation options that can lower heating costs and keep your home toasty throughout the winter...

Learn These Heater Troubleshooting Tips for When You Need Them

As the weather cools down and the days grow shorter, you may turn your heating system on for the first time in months. If you notice that your home is still cold after turning up the thermostat, these heater troubleshooting tips can help you keep your home toasty all...

How to Handle Your Furnace Blowing Cold Air Into Your Home

A furnace that’s blowing cold air during the winter months can be a huge headache. Luckily, this is a common issue that can often be fixed. Let’s take a look at a few things that might be wrong with your equipment and how you can rectify them. Incorrect...

Learn How to Avoid Frozen Pipes in Your Home This Winter

One of the scariest things about winter power outages is the possibility of frozen pipes. To be sure, most of us can imagine donning coats and blankets and surviving a power outage that lasts a couple of days when high winds knock down power lines or an ice storm...

How Is Your Home Heating Affected by the AFUE Rating?

When shopping for a new furnace, one of the most important factors is energy usage. Not only does more energy cost more money, it also adds to your carbon footprint. How do you ensure a system that provides maximum comfort for the least amount of energy? Look at the...

Thinking of Winterizing Your Home for Cold Weather?

It’s that time of year again when cold weather becomes a major concern for homeowners across the country. If you don’t want your energy costs to skyrocket, then winterizing your home must be done. Here we’ll discuss a few things you should add to...
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