Monthly Archives: September 2011

Energy saving tips for the Fall

Fall is here! By now you’re probably starting to think about how you are going to decorate your house for Halloween, how you are going to bribe the kids to rake the leaves in the yard and how much money … Continue reading

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Why we love fall in Minnesota

Here in Minnesota, we have four distinct seasons (although we all know which one lasts the longest!). All the seasons arguably have their highlights and benefits, but fall has to take the crown for being the most beautiful. (Source)

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Furnace options: gas vs. oil

Gas Furnace options For the optimal combination of gas heating and impressive energy efficiency, choose Carrier precision-engineered gas furnaces, from the innovative Infinity® ICS with precision temperature control to the solid Comfort™ 80. The higher the AFUE rating, the more … Continue reading

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All new Carrier heat pump with Greenspeed technology

Danny from Stay Comfy, Minnesota is here to talk about the all new Carrier heat pump with Greenspeed technology. This product brings you heating and cooling, all wrapped up in one nice little package! Just like your air conditioner takes … Continue reading

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Enjoy the great outdoors at Target Field!

Baseball season is just wrapping up here in Minnesota, but there is still time to enjoy some great Twins baseball in the great outdoors! This weekend the Minnesota Twins take on the Cleavland Indians at Target Field – and there’s … Continue reading

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What temperature should my thermostat be set at?

One of the most common questions people have when it comes to heating and cooling is, “What should I set my thermostat at for optimal comfort and efficiency?” Danny from Stay Comfy, Minnesota is here to answer that question for … Continue reading

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Inspecting your furnance to make sure it is ready for winter

Now that you’ve gone through our tips for getting your air conditioning unit ready for winter, it’s time to turn our attention to the furnace. You don’t want to be caught with a broken furnace once winter strikes here in … Continue reading

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