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6 Services Provided by a Heating and Cooling Company

Heating and cooling your home is expensive. This year alone it’s estimated you’ll spend over $2,000 on your energy bill, with at least $875 of that accounting for just heating and cooling costs. Despite this high figure, you probably don’t think about your heating and cooling company too often­—not unless you have a problem. And since we’re now almost three months into 2019, you’ve also likely dropped your New Year’s resolutions, so let’s make a new one together. Let’s make proactive heating and cooling decisions with the goal of extending the life of your system, feeling comfortable in your space, […]

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Why Do My Windows Fog in the Winter?

It’s a familiar scene during winter. You walk to your car to find the windows are all fogged up or iced over. You grab the ice scraper and get to work, or perhaps you hit the defrost button and patiently wait as the fog dissipates. But what to do when your home windows fog up? There’s no defrost button that you can hit to get rid of the cloudy condensation. Not to worry. Entek has seven decades of experience in the industry and our certified HVAC professionals understand how to improve a home’s air quality. We’ll explain exactly what causes […]

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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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The HVAC Projects to Take Care of This Fall

Fall is here. It’s time to start exchanging your sandals for boots, your tank tops for rain jackets. Every year we go through the ritual of moving one season out and moving the new season in. It makes sense to move your summer clothes to the back of your closet when you won’t be wearing them for the next few months. It also makes sense to clean them and ensure they are in good condition before you tuck them away. It’s a natural progression of making sure everything is in top shape before you store it for the next few […]

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