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5 Ways to Increase Your HVAC Efficiency in 2020

The new year is here and increasing your HVAC efficiency should be on your resolution list. If you’ve been unhappy with your HVAC in the past, there’s no need to be repeating those issues in 2020. Your HVAC should be helping your home stay at a great temperature while using only the necessary amount of energy to do so. For over 70 years, Entek has been servicing the Portland area’s heating and cooling needs, and here are a few things that have proven to aid your HVAC when it comes to efficiency. These units are hardworking but can produce the […]

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How to Save on Energy Not Comfort with Energy-Efficient HVAC Systems

Your HVAC system is an important element of your home. In the winter, it works hard to create a warm and comfortable space for your family, and in the summer, it provides a cool oasis from the sun’s heat. Even though it’s necessary to have, it can end up costing you more than you’d like and using more energy than it needs to. So what can you do to save energy? Many Americans are spending more money because their HVAC systems are working overtime. When your HVAC is energy-efficient, it only expends as much energy as it needs to in […]

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6 Benefits to Upgrading Your HVAC System

When was the last time you had your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system upgraded? If you can’t think of the answer right off the top of your head, it’s probably time to consider looking into improvements for your home. After all, you want to make sure your system is performing in the most efficient manner possible. With the bills you pay, you have to ensure that you’re getting the best bang for your buck. There are a lot of reasons for you to upgrade your system. Sure, you may pause because of the expense, but you’ll ultimately be […]

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Is Zone Heating the Ideal Thermostat Setting?

When figuring what setting is optimal for your thermostat, there are a number of factors you need to take into account. First and foremost, what setting keeps your family the most comfortable? Next, you want to be careful not to overuse the system, especially if you’re not going to be home for a large chunk of time. That will heavily impact the third factor; the financial impact on your energy bill. It’s costly enough to buy and maintain a home, so whenever you can save money and still run efficiently, it’s an option worth considering. During warm weather, it was […]

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