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3 Easy Ways to Childproof Your Registers

Do you have little ones running around dropping toys in the registers, playing around with them or even harming themselves on the sharp corners? BELOMAN is here to keep your family comfortable and safe from all angles of your home.  In order to start childproofing your air return registers we’ve put together a few of the top ways to do so: Secure your registers: if your child is lifting air return registers and throwing objects into the register it can cause a problem in your ducts and leave unsafe areas open for your child. You can either secure them by
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Tips to Alleviate Allergies in Your Home

Are allergies keeping you from enjoying the spring time? Don’t worry—you’re not alone! Approximately 50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies dealing with symptoms of itchy eyes and a stuffy nose.  Although you cannot control your affects to the outdoors, you can keep your symptoms under control while in your home.  By following the 4 simple steps below associated with your HVAC system you can be on your way to alleviating your allergy symptoms! Clean outdoor unit: Sometimes debris, dirt and pollen can make its way onto your unit.  In order to make sure it does not cause difficulties to
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Is A Ductless System A Good Solution For Me?

Trying to cool or warm a room that is separate from your home or with no ductwork? Consider a ductless unit! These systems are designed to help make rooms that have been recently added more comfortable and to your liking. Is a ductless system right for your home?  Let us help you! When is it time to go ductless?? *New additions: If you have a home with a new addition, sun room or garage apartment that you are wanting to control the temperature of-a ductless system is a perfect solution! *Downsizing: If you have rooms not in use and don’t
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Furnace Replacement & Installation FAQs

When making a large purchase decision many questions may arise. In order to help you feel confident with your decision concerning your installation and replacement we’ve come up with a list of FAQs in attempt to ease your mind. Replacement FAQs *How long will my furnace last before I need to replace it?: The average furnace will last 15 years.  Proper maintenance will determine if you can give or take a few years from the average of 15 years.  Signing up to have bi-annual maintenance performed on your HVAC will help prolong its life. *Should I repair my furnace or
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How To: Pest-Proof Your HVAC!

Yes, there are several strategies to protect areas of your home from pests; however there is one area that is often overlooked….your HVAC components! In order to further avoid overlooking this area and causing harm to your HVAC as well as disrupt the cleanliness of air in your home, it’s important to know how to tackle the issue! There are many reasons why pests are able to find their way into your home’s HVAC components. Although your home may be located in an area where pest infestations are common it’s still important to know why it’s important to pest-proof your
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How To: Save $$ in 2017 with BELOMAN!

  Is your New Year Resolution to start saving money? Did you also know BELOMAN can help you keep your word to this resolution? It’s true!  There are two ways you can start saving money today: join our Discount Club M­­embership or schedule an Energy Efficiency Visit today! I Made A Resolution to Save Money…How Can BELOMAN Help? 1. Join our Discount Club Membership: -Clubs are an awesome thing, right? Everyone should be in a club at some time in their life for the exclusivity and the perks you receive.  Here at #BELOMAN we offer a discount program to our
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6 Indicators an HVAC System Should Be On Your Wish List

So, you’ve gone through the stages of the holiday season…started listening to Christmas music, thought about your baking schedule, and created your wish list, but have you asked yourself if an HVAC system should make an appearance on that list?  The big question is always whether to repair or to replace! Here are 6 signs that your HVAC system is nearing the end of the repair phase, entering into the replace phase, and should make its way onto your wish list this year: Your System Is Over A Decade Old: If properly maintained, an average system lasts 10-15 years.  If
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Get to Know Your Home’s HVAC System

Okay, so your HVAC is heating and cooling your home…all is good right? …maybe! Just maybe! But, wouldn’t you like to familiarize yourself with your system so that you’ll be able to use it more efficiently are accurately?  Because a home’s heating and cooling systems consume approximately 50% of a household’s total annual energy use–waste being generated will certainly add up.  We’ve come up with a list of ways you can get to know your home’s HVAC system! *Questions to ask yourself: –When was the last tune-up performed?: By knowing this valuable piece of information, you can have a better understanding of when your next
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Signs of a Failing Furnace!

Yes, we’ve been experiencing some very warm days lately, BUT it looks like the cool weather is here to stay! With cool weather we’ll all be clicking our furnaces on and shutting those windows.  In most cases you’ll experience a smooth transition from cooling to heating; however, there are some situations where an issue may arise.  Being able to detect whether the issue at hand is a minor problem or if it is a sign of a failing furnace can help tremendously! By knowing the most common furnace problems you can prevent stress by being sure your furnace isn’t on
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5 Common Problems During Peak A/C Season

During the peak of the summer you’re A/C is having to work it’s hardest. Because your system is working so hard to keep up, many begin to show some failing points.  Unless your unit is 100% new, there are several cases you may experience an issue during peak A/C season.  Below is a list of 5 common problems you may encounter during the hottest of summer days: Problem #1: The Air Switches On Irregularly: for this common problem during peak A/C season, it could simply come down to the location of your thermostat.  If your thermostat is in a location
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