Best And Easiest Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

September 20, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Indoor air quality can negatively affect a person’s health and well-being. Breathing in too many particles such as dust, dander, mold and chemicals can cause a flare-up of allergies and asthma. These irritants cause inflammation of airways and can bring upon fatigue or respiratory illness. These are the best and easiest ways to improve your indoor air quality:

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Five Questions To Ask When Selecting An HVAC Contractor

September 15, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Selecting an HVAC contractor is an important decision when remodeling your home, or upgrading an older system.  Perhaps you have a referral from a friend or received an advertising mailer from a local contractor.  You’ve checked the Internet and you might have checked them out with the Better Business Bureau.  But how do you know if any of them can really do the job professionally and properly?

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How To Select A Furnace That Fits Your Home’s Unique Heating Demands

September 13, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

With colder weather on the horizon, it might be time to think about replacing your furnace. You might think that buying a huge furnace would be the most effective way to keep a Twin Cities winter at bay. But when it comes to furnaces, bigger is not necessarily better. Buying a furnace that is too big for your home is not only less efficient but also will cost you more money initially.

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A Guide For Managing Fall Allergies (And Indoor Air Quality)

September 8, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Late summer and fall in Minnesota means another allergy season has arrived. In fact, from the middle of August to the first frost around October, you can suffer from symptoms such as watery eyes, runny nose, coughing and sneezing. Not very pleasant to say the least!

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Three Factors That Determine The Efficiency Of Furnace Filters

September 6, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

While your furnace may be the last thing on your mind as summer enters its home stretch, right now is an ideal time to perform routine furnace maintenance to be sure your heating system is ready to go when the cool weather arrives. Like your air conditioner, your furnace has filters that need regular cleaning or replacement during its active season. If your furnace has disposable filters, you’ll be shopping around for new ones, and you may be wondering about all the different ratings that apply to furnace filters. Which are the most important, and what do they mean?

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Energy-Saving Tips To Prepare For Winter

September 1, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Energy-Saving Tips to Prepare for Winter

Once winter descends upon the Twin Cities, there’s no relief until late spring. Therefore, you have to prepare ahead of time to maximize your energy saving. You might even be eligible for tax credits as you prepare for winter.

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Use This Checklist To Manage Preventive Maintenance This Fall

August 30, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Just like a car requires tune-ups and oil changes to stay running at peak performance, an air system requires preventive maintenance to keep you comfortable while still maintaining efficiency.  An HVAC contractor can perform a thorough maintenance that will ensure you are protected from unexpected breakdowns and that your energy costs will stay down.

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Six Ways You Can Boost The Efficiency Of Your HVAC System

August 25, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

With today’s high energy prices, as well as concerns about the environmental impact of fuel and energy consumption, finding ways to save energy may as well become our new national pastime. At Marsh Heating & Air Conditioning, we have some tips for how you can save energy in your Twin Cities home — without sacrificing comfort — by improving the efficiency of your HVAC system.

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Selecting And Sizing Your New Solar System

August 23, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Solar energy heating systems are more cost efficient when installed in climates, even cold ones, having good access to the sun’s rays.  They are not generally used as stand-alone systems but usually work jointly with the existing power infrastructure to supplement your home’s power needs.  With the extremely cold winters in Minnesota, this supplemental power can help to reduce the amount of your heating bills significantly.

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors: What You Should Have, And What It’s Good To Have

August 18, 2011 Uncategorized  No comments

Carbon monoxide is a deadly, odorless gas that can be present in your home without you knowing it. The gas is a byproduct of fuel-burning appliances, such as stoves, engines and gas furnaces. If carbon monoxide is not properly vented outside your home, it can build up and affect your blood cells, causing headaches, fatigue, nausea and even death. You can protect your family from this invisible killer by installing a carbon monoxide detector.

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