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Heaters Gonna Heat

If you find that your relationship with your heater feels a bit cold, it’s time to give your home heating system the TLC it deserves. Whether you’re looking to get a head start on the winter months by raising your house heat, or you’re diving headfirst into a cold snap without too much preparation, your heater always has your back, so it’s time that you had its. ... Read More
when is the last time you checked your insulation?

When’s the Last Time You Check Your Insulation?

We all want cozy homes when the weather starts to change and the temperatures drop outside. Achieving these levels of comfort can be challenging, however, if you don’t have the proper protocols in place. But you don’t want to spend a small fortune just to keep the indoor temps at a reasonable level. That’s where checking the insulation in your attic can help. Making a small upgrade to these attic spaces could make a big impact for your overall energy costs. ... Read More
Discover the Different Kinds of Heat Pumps

Discover the Different Kinds of Heat Pumps

Not all heat pumps are created equal - geothermal and air source heat pumps differ greatly in the way they provide heat to your Boise home or office.Here, you can take a look at some of the ways that geothermal and air source heating systems differ, along with some of their similarities. An air source heat pump works by exchanging hot and cold air in a closed system similar to a refrigerator; air source heat pumps are common fixtures on homes and can often extract useful heat from temperatures as low as five degrees Fahrenheit.With their ubiquity and relatively high level of efficiency compared with electric space heaters comes a low need for maintenance: air source heat pumps can function for ten to twenty years at times with minimal maintenance.It is a good idea, though, to keep an eye on the state of your air source heat pump - a failing heat pump can be a very serious issue in the cold winter months. ... Read More