Not Ready For Tulsa's Cold Snaps? Clean Out Your Return Air Vents

Tulsa's weather can become cold in November. If you're not ready for the city's cold snaps and changing weather conditions, you may face problems with your heating appliance the rest of the year. One of the things you can do is clean out your return air vents in your ceiling, walls and floors. Air vents are a part of your home's venting system. Registers circulate hot and cold air throughout your home. [Read More]

Keep Your Home Cool For Less

If you are worried about running your air conditioner as much as you would like to due concerns about your energy bills, there are some changes you can make to cut those costs. The more you can ensure your air conditioning system is working less to cool your home, the more you can afford to run it. This article will help you make sure your air conditioning is working at a minimum while keeping your home as cool and comfortable as possible. [Read More]

The Anatomy Of An Efficient Furnace

If you want a super-efficient furnace, then you need a furnace that is designed with efficiency in mind. A conventional furnace will cost you less money than a highly efficient furnace—but that is only in terms of initial cost. If you get a highly efficient furnace, then you will save money on your monthly heating costs. How do you know if you are buying a highly efficient furnace? Look for a second heat exchanger, an electronic-ignition system, and a multi-speed motor. [Read More]

Questions About Placing The Heat And Air Condenser Of A Heat Pump System

If you are in the middle of installing a new heat pump system in your home, it is always best to have the guidance of a professional. However, if you are like a lot of homeowners, you will try to take on tasks you really are not familiar with in order to cut costs. Here are a few of the most frequent questions that you may run into when it comes to installing the condenser to your new heat pump system. [Read More]