lower heating bills

Temperatures are starting to drop, which means it’s time to switch over into winter mode. Americans spend an average of $2,200 a year on energy bills, and nearly half of that goes directly to heating and cooling. Keeping your house warm in the winter can be expensive, and it’s not really something you can live without. Sure, you…

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heat not working

Winters in Oklahoma are not for the faint of heart. With temperatures routinely in the teens or below it get downright frigid outside. Thus, even the bravest soul wouldn’t want to face the winter without their trusty furnace to keep their house nice and warm. So what do you do if suddenly your furnace won’t…

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replace furnace

Clang. Bang. Fizzle. No, that’s not Chitty Chitty Bang-Bang. It’s your furnace. You’ve been hearing some funky noises in your basement and fetching lemonade for the heating repairman a little more often. Yet how do you know when it is time to replace your furnace? Here are some excellent signs. 1. Your Furnace is More…

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amana vs goodman

As colder weather rolls around, many people have already started preparing their homes for the oncoming winter. As most locals know, winter in Oklahoma can get pretty chilly. So, making sure your heating system is up to snuff is an essential part of your Autumn prep. If it’s time to replace your heating system, it’s important that…

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electric vs gas furnace

Is your home prepared for the cold Oklahoma winter? If not, now is the time to replace your old furnace. Winters in Oklahoma can be rough, so you don’t want to be left out in the cold. When you’re getting ready to replace your home’s furnace, it can be difficult to choose between an electric vs gas…

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goodman prices

The price costumers will pay for heating bills this winter depends on how they heat their home. The U.S. Energy Information Administration thinks the price of heating oil will go up a whopping 20 percent in the winter of 2018-19. Natural gas and electricity prices will also be going up, albeit not as much. The forecast calls…

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goodman furnace

When Jack Frost nips at more than your nose, you want a furnace that can handle the cold and not cost an arm and a leg. A variable speed furnace isn’t like your traditional forced air furnace. It’s head and shoulders above the competition, but few people know what it is. When people think of…

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prep furnace for winter

When Ned Stark said, “Winter is coming,” he was talking about being vigilante against threats to their kingdom. For you, it may very well be that winter is actually coming. The holiday season is approaching and temperatures are going to steadily dip into the 30s – hopefully, not negative 31 degrees Fahrenheit. For all our sakes,…

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