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Maximize the Heat from Your Fireplace

A roaring fire looks warm, but is it really? Here are a few easy ways you can help your fireplace heat more efficiently and save costly energy in the process. Install tempered glass doors and a heat-air exchange system that blows warmed air back into the room. Purchase grates made of C-shaped metal tubes to draw cool room air into the fireplace and circulate warm air back into the room. The Westinghouse HVAC experts have lots of other ideas on how you can save energy, as well as heater models that can cut your annual energy bills significantly. Call us for more information today.

Are Air Leaks Robbing You of Money

Air leaks could be increasing your energy costs more than you know. Look for ductwork that's disconnected at vents and registers, as well as compromised seals at floors, walls and ceilings. Increase airflow and comfort by keeping vents clear of furniture and rugs. If you have a fireplace, close the flue damper when it’s not in use to prevent air from escaping. As Westinghouse HVAC experts, we can advise you on these and more improvements to help you save energy while increasing the comfort of your home. Call us today for a consultation.

How Indoor Plants Help Eliminate Indoor Toxins

Concerned about indoor air quality? Put your green thumb to work. Plants not only thrive in spite of household air contaminants, but also help to remove them from the air. Airborne formaldehyde (a carcinogen that comes from materials like plywood, adhesives, carpet and paint) and carbon monoxide (produced by heating or cooking equipment) are two examples of toxins eliminated by houseplants. Combine this idea with additional tips and equipment options designed to improve the air your family breathes. Contact us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, for more information today.

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