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5 Summer Energy Saving Tips From the Experts

The Summer heat is upon us, which means most of us (and our air conditioning) are fighting valiantly to keep our homes comfortable and cool. Of course, this also means that our electricity bills for climate control are at their … Continued

What The R-22 Phase Out Means For Homeowners

As part of a nationwide plan to drastically reduce environmentally harmful emissions, the EPA has mandated the complete phase-out of a common air conditioner refrigerant known as R-22 by the year 2020. The R-22 refrigerant has been identified as a … Continued

Little League Baseball Season is Here!

By day, Unique Indoor Comfort is all about providing comfort to our customers through world class HVAC services. When we’re off the clock, though, there are two things we love: family and sports. We love baseball season! We especially love … Continued

Temperature Is Just a Number

Why What’s On the Thermostat Can’t Ensure Your Comfort A lot of folks get fixated on the number on the thermometer or thermostat. But, to be honest, temperature is really just a number. Ask anyone who’s traveled throughout the country … Continued

Breathing New Life Into Your Steam Heat System

Steam heating systems may be old fashioned but they are not extinct. Developed about 150 years ago, these systems were the upgrade to wood and coal heating used up until the late 1800s. In a simplistic form, steam heat systems … Continued

Using the Earth to Cool and Heat Your Home

Geothermal Systems are Efficient and Eco Friendly Most people are surprised to learn that- no matter what the weather is like where you live- the temperature underground always remains between 45 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Experts in heating and cooling … Continued


Air conditioning is one of those things that we don’t think much about until we need it. That is, unless we’re buying or selling a home. In that case, air conditioning is top of mind and top of most people’s … Continued

Solar Green Energy

More energy falls from the sun in one hour than is used by everyone in the world in one year. The fundamentals of conservation and sustainability have become more than a modern trend of “going green” but are intrinsically tied … Continued