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  • How to Shop for an Energy-Efficient Furnace: 6 Tips You Need to Know

    Your heating and cooling system eats up almost half of your energy bill, according to the Department of Energy. That’s why you should have an energy-efficient furnace that helps you waste less energy, which is better for the earth and your wallet. But shopping for an energy-efficient furnace isn’t always easy. That’s why we put [...] More  →
  • Evolved Mechanical Earns 2019 Angie’s List Super Service Award

    We are proud to announce that we have once again earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2019. Evolved Mechanical has been listed on Angie’s List since 2012. We have received this honor [...] More  →
  • The Biggest Energy Consumers in Your Home And How to Make them More Efficient

    No matter what time of the year it is, most homeowners are always looking for ways to reduce energy costs. The more energy-efficient your home is, the lower your utility bills, and the higher your savings! It’s probably not surprising that our major appliances and heating and cooling systems are the biggest energy users in [...] More  →
  • 7 Plumbing Tips and Tricks for Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving means turkey, pie, friends, and family. But it also means that your plumbing system is going to be under some extra pressure. Your garbage disposal and kitchen sink will be in high demand, and those extra guests mean that your bathroom will be in use all day long. If you want to lessen the [...] More  →
  • Furnace Repair: 5 Tips For When Your Furnace Isn’t Working

    Few things are as irritating than waking up on a chilly New England morning to find that your house is freezing cold because your furnace has broken down.  When disaster strikes and your heat is out, it’s not just uncomfortable. It can be downright dangerous. If your home becomes too cold, your pipes can burst, [...] More  →
  • 8 Tips On How To Prepare Your Furnace for Winter

    The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting crisper here in New England. It’s time to dig out your winter coats and cozy blankets to prepare for the cold weather. But are you making sure your furnace is prepared as well? We’ve put together 8 tips to help you get your furnace ready [...] More  →
  • DIY HVAC Maintenance: 7 Quick and Easy Tips

    The key to keeping your HVAC machine running smoothly for as long as possible is regular preventative maintenance. By doing little things to make sure your heating and cooling systems are clean and functioning properly, you can avoid frequent, expensive problems.  You don’t need to be an HVAC professional to make sure your heating and [...] More  →
  • The Benefits of a Combi Boiler System

    When you need to replace your heating system, it can be complicated, expensive, and inconvenient. But what if there was a heating solution that took up relatively little space, was energy efficient, simple to service, and affordable? Then all your heating woes could be solved! Luckily, there is such a solution. It’s called a combination [...] More  →
  • When Is the Best Time To Replace Your HVAC System?

    Like anything, cooling and heating systems don’t last forever. Every now and then, you will have to replace your HVAC system because of extreme or expensive damage, because it isn’t working properly, or because it’s so old that a newer one will save you some serious money on your utility bills. It can be challenging [...] More  →
  • Is It Bad To Switch Back and Forth from AC to Heating

    In New England, shoulder seasons like fall and spring bring unpredictable weather. It can be chilly in the morning, sweltering at noon, and frigid by sundown. This makes it hard to regulate the temperature in your home.   To keep your family comfortable, should you blast the AC during the day and turn on the heat [...] More  →