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Choosing the Right HVAC Equipment
When purchasing heating or cooling equipment, remember that high efficiency levels begin with ENERGY STARŪ. Whether you're searching for a new heat pump, furnace, or other heating and cooling equipment, ENERGY STARŪ has set energy efficiency specifications to help you save on energy bills and improve the comfort level in your home. Common HVAC systems include furnaces, boilers, heat pumps and central air conditioners.
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Energy-Saving Tips For Winter
When the temperature falls and your heating system kicks into full gear that is the critical time to pay attention to your energy use. Keep warm and comfortable in the winter by following these simple energy-efficiency tips.
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Cleaner, Greener Fireplace Options
Hearth appliances are one of the most popular features in American homes. In fact, half of all U.S. homes have at least one fireplace or freestanding stove and almost all new homes have a fireplace. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), fireplaces rank among the top three features desired by new homebuyers
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Choosing an ENERGY STAR® qualified product will greatly reduce energy costs and provide a healthy environment. View the complete line of Lennox® products.



Enjoy wood fireplaces that give you the sights, sounds and aromas of wood logs but heat like furnaces at Fireplace Xtrordinair.


Be sure to keep your chimney clean because it provides a good draft, reducing the likelihood for dangerous gases to build up inside the home during fireplace operation. Keeping the fireplace damper closed when the fireplace is not in use prevents up to 8% of heated air from going up the chimney. The most efficient fuel for a wood-burning stove or fireplace is properly dried hardwoods-hickory, oak, maple, or ash.




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