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Signs Indicating That You May be in Need of Furnace Replacement

Twin Cities Furnace Replacement While winter has nearly come to an end, it is never too late to think about whether you should consider having your furnace replaced. In fact, spring is often considered to be an ideal time for HVAC replacement as the mild weather makes it easier to go without heating/air conditioning for… Read more »

Thermostat Replacement: The Top Reasons to Choose an Ecobee WiFi Thermostat

Estimates suggest that heating and cooling your home accounts for 40-50% of your home’s energy consumption. This means that homeowners are always looking for ways to save money on the cost of heating and cooling their homes. Recently there has been a lot of discussion about WiFi thermostats and the ways they can save homeowners… Read more »

A Homeowner’s Guide to In-Floor Heating Installation and Repair

In the cold winter months, your hardwood floors can leave you not wanting to climb out of bed. This is why the innovation of in-floor heating has brought more enjoyment to homeowners as they can feel comfortable walking around their home even on the coldest days. These low-maintenance in-floor heating systems allow you to heat… Read more »

Don’t Let Allergies Get You This Winter–Boost Your Indoor Air Quality

With the cold season just around the corner, many people are already bracing for the flu season. Others suffer from allergy problems year round. All of these issues hinder a good night’s rest. When you’re sniffing and sneezing and tossing and turning throughout the night, you won’t feel rested by morning. And while you can’t… Read more »

Noisy Gas Furnace? It Could be a Faulty Inducer Motor

Gas Furnace Repair Minneapolis & St. Paul Gas-powered furnaces have a variety of components, but the inducer/blower assembly has the potential to be one of the noisiest when something goes wrong with a furnace. The good news is that the excessive noise provides a clear alert to the homeowner that their furnace requires attention. What… Read more »