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Should You Move Your Thermostat?
Should You Move Your Thermostat?

If your utility bills seem unusually high, it could have to do with the location of your thermostat. Where should you place your thermostat for optimal comfort and energy efficiency? Refer to this guide for ideas. First, we'll take a look at thermostat placement don'ts : ...

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    Winterizing your home will not only improve comfort, but will also help cut down your heating bill. Now's the perfect time to make repairs and ...

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  • Heating FAQs

    With winter right around the corner, you'll probably be switching on the heat fairly soon. Want to familiarize yourself with best practices? Below, we ...

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    Pretty soon, temperatures in our area will fall below freezing -- especially at night. Don't let frozen pipes cause a messy, costly headache! Adhere ...

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    We at Rusk Heating & Cooling are proud to have nearly 2,000 five star customer reviews. Nothing makes us happier than making our clients smile! Read ...

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    With fall comes drier, cooler air. And while at first the decrease in humidity can feel great, it won't be long before dry conditions become ...

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