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Have You Ever Considered a Dual-Fuel Heat Pump System?

Winter is just around the corner and forecasts suggest that it is going to be another brutal season for the Greater Cleveland area. Now is the perfect time to determine

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Basic Tips to Know If Your Heat Exchanger Has Cracked

Even if you have an annual maintenance tune-up of your furnace, these heating systems don’t last forever. Eventually, a crack may develop in the heat exchanger, probably the most important component of

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Backup Sump Pump Basics for Your Cleveland Area Home

A sump pump is a wonderfully ingenious idea that most likely arose after someone had bailed one-too-many pails of water from their basement after a heavy rain. Hopefully you have never

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When Your Furnace Is Oversized, This Is the Result

When a furnace is oversized for the space that it serves, it’s a liability, not an asset, despite the fact that most people’s reaction would be “wouldn’t a larger furnace

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Your Heat Pump Probably Will Need Backup This Winter: Here’s How It Works

During most parts of the Cleveland winter, your air-source heat pump likely will do a good job of keeping your home nice and comfortable, but when harsher temperatures set in,

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Electric Water Heater? Watch Out for These Problems

Of all the appliances we regularly use in our homes, the water heater is, without a doubt, one of the most important. These appliances do sometimes go on the fritz,

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Carbon Monoxide Exposure is Serious — Find Out Where CO Hides

There are many hidden dangers in your home, and carbon monoxide exposure is among the most lethal. In order to keep your home protected, you should know where to find carbon

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A Programmable Thermostat, Among Other Things, Can Help Your Heating Efficiency

Looking for an easy, inexpensive way to keep your heating bills low this winter? As the winter chill arrives, it can be tempting to turn the thermostat all the way

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Fix Air Leaks in Your Home Before Winter Arrives

One of the most effective ways to reduce your energy costs is to seal air leaks in your home. Northeast Ohio can get awfully cold, especially near the lake, and

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Winterizing Tips for Your Cleveland Area Home

From pulling your sweaters out of winter storage to adjusting your thermostat, you’re ready for the upcoming cold weather. However, is your house prepared? The following winterizing tips will help

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    Andy Culberson Andy Culberson has been president of Geisel Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing Inc. since 1995... More »