National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

High Temps and Low Fuel Prices Equal Cheaper Winter Heating Bill

You’d never know it was December if it wasn’t for the holiday decorations. Temperatures in the Carolina’s are hovering above 70 degrees.

This  trend may continue across the Carolina’s with temperatures expected to track above-normal for December, January and February, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in part due to this year’s El Nino, which is expected to be one of the strongest on record.

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Winter in South Carolina

Save Money on Heating Costs

Winter time here in the Carolina’s means higher utility bills for you, here are some great money saving-tips to help cut those heating cost dramatically.

Reduce Heating Costs With These Money Saving Tips

Here in the Carolina’s it gets cold in the winter, heating costs take a big bite out of your monthly budget for 25 – 40% of the year. Due to the rapidly escalating costs of home heating oil, propane, and kerosene, you may be paying twice as much to heat your house as you did just a few years ago. You can cut your heating costs significantly by following these money-saving tips.

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How Heat Pump works

Heat Pump Troubleshooting

Are you facing heat pump problems? If yes, then go through this article to understand the tips for troubleshooting heat pumps.

Troubleshooting Heat Pump Problems

A brief knowledge about the parts of a heat pump will help in an easy diagnosis of the heat pump problems. The basic components include an evaporator (circulating fans), reversing valve, condenser (refrigerator coil) and a compressor. Prior to starting with heat pump troubleshooting, turn off the power supply at the main circuit breaker. Following are some of the common heat pump problems and ways to troubleshoot them:
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