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Signs Your Heater/Furnace Needs Maintenance

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Time for home Heater/Furnace maintenance? Pre-Winter System Check-Ups and Safety inspections only $49.00.

With lows hitting the mid 40s and 30s starting in November, heating system service and maintenance is a necessity here in Dallas.

Worried your heating system might already be on the fritz or headed that way? There are a few things you can watch for that might indicate that it’s time to call the Dallas Heater, Furnace, Heat Pump and AC repair professionals at Efficient Home Solutions.

6 Energy-Saving Tips for Fall in North Texas

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Did You Know: The average American spends $111 a month on their electric bill, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Of that $111, heating and air conditioning costs make up roughly 54% – here in North Texas with our extreme summer heat it’s between 55% and 65%, depending on how your home is heated. If you heat with electricity, you are probably at or above 65% – those of us with gas heat get a break in the winter. As Certified Energy Auditors and High-Efficiency HVAC experts, we’re happy to offer up a list of Energy-Saving Tips for Fall in North Texas.

Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Home

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Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning by definition is “an illness caused by exposure to too much carbon monoxide — a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas. Too much carbon monoxide in the air you breathe can greatly diminish your ability to absorb oxygen, leading to serious tissue damage. Carbon monoxide poisoning can lead to death.” (Mayo Clinic)

On average, CO poisoning kills more than 400 Americans each year, sending an additional 24,000 to the hospital each year.

How does CO poisoning relate to you as a homeowner? For one, the source of deadly levels of the gas can be found in almost every room in your home.