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3 Tips For Maintaining Your Furnace & Air Conditioner

While summer isn’t quite over yet, fall is quickly approaching. That means, preparing your home for the unpredictable temperatures by making sure both your furnace and air conditioner are working properly. 256 more words

Home Renovation

5345 Pine St - SOLD

This spacious porchfront home on a lovely tree-lined block was totally renovated in 2009 but maintains that classic West Philly charm. Starting with the wainscoting and transoms in the vestibule, and through the large living room with turned staircase and decorative fireplace with pretty green tile, to the formal dining room with French doors, this home offers hallmark Victorian details along with the bonus of being updated and move-in-ready but not a cookie-cutter flip. 201 more words

West Philly

What is a Multi-Zone System?

Most residential and older HVAC Systems have one enormous flaw: They don’t provide a uniform or even well controlled environment. These simpler systems have one point of measuring temperature, and generally have to just hope that the single thermostat is a good representation of the temperature in the house. 688 more words

HVAC Explained

Thought for the day ....

Good Morning and Welcome to Saturday the 8th day of July, 2017.

Another hot day on the way.

Nice to have warm weather but not good for energy levels. 280 more words

Thought For The Day

The Importance of a Clean Filter

We never want to take care of our filters. It’s just a fact of life that it’s annoying. Every two weeks the air conditioner in the window wants it’s filter washed. 1,142 more words

HVAC Explained

Heating System Project

One of the biggest drawbacks of the house when we bought it was that it only had electric baseboard heat. We’re not sure if maybe the previous owner only spent summers here or whether he just didn’t mind the cost of electricity. 490 more words

The Renovation