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Decrease Your Propane Heating Costs With Haley Comfort

2014-11-19T02:45:41+00:00January 27th, 2014|HVAC|

Liquid propane has hit an all time high in price. Haley Comfort Systems can help you cut your monthly liquid propane costs through a variety of green and cost effective alternative fuel choices. Take a look below to find out a few of the ways we can help: Pellet Stoves Haley Comfort has an expansive

The Advantages of Using Pellet Stoves for Heating

2014-11-19T02:45:35+00:00December 8th, 2013|HVAC|

Pellet Stoves – Rochester Minnesota The interest in using pellet stoves has recently been on the rise. With the cost of home heating going up, many homeowners are searching for alternative heat sources that can help to reduce their monthly expenses. Due to their efficiency and effectiveness, pellet stoves have started to become a popular

Different Kinds of Stoves – Guide to Heating Stoves

2014-11-19T02:45:24+00:00November 17th, 2013|HVAC|

When it comes to the stoves that are used for the purposes of home heating, the consumer has a few basic options. To help the public understand their options, here are some brief descriptions of the different types of heating stoves and how they work. Wood burning stoves This is a stove that is primarily

3 Ways HVAC Systems Save You Money

2014-11-18T19:20:58+00:00November 9th, 2009|HVAC|

Most people think that air is free, but it has hidden costs. Although it can be as cheap and plentiful as water, it can also end up expensive like a designer sports drink. Fortunately, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems can keep the air in your home or business clean and comfortable without wasting

The Benefits of Indoor and Outdoor Boilers

2014-11-18T19:06:22+00:00September 21st, 2009|HVAC|

Using an indoor boiler or outdoor boiler is a great way to heat your home and do your part to help out the environment. A boiler is basically an enclosed container with water inside it. The water inside is heated and the resulting vapor is used in heating as it exits the boiler. Often, when

Economical Smart Heating for Your Home

2014-11-18T19:05:40+00:00September 7th, 2009|HVAC|

The vast majority of the population of the US resides in the temperate zone. This has resulted in the development and proliferation of combined heating and cooling systems as an integrated solution. More and more newer homes are installing hybrid heater and air-conditioners as modular systems, with mix-and-match components to custom design an ideal climate-controlled

Going Green with Commercial HVAC Systems

2014-11-18T18:54:23+00:00August 11th, 2009|HVAC|

The 21st century is going “green”. Vehicle emissions are getting most of the press, but commercial buildings are also being scrutinized as a persistent energy drain with outdated or inadequate heating and air conditioning systems. HVAC emissions are only half the story. The persistent economic downturn that’s tightened every belt has forced radical changes in


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