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6 Reasons to have a Spring Tune-Up

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If you follow our social media, you probably notice we like to talk about tune-ups (i.e. preventative maintenance) a lot. It’s not only because they’re very important but also because…

Why And When Should I Replace My Heating And Cooling System?

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  Soon it’ll be 90 degrees outside. While we may enjoy being outside in the warmer weather, we don’t want that to be the time our heating & cooling system…

4 Reasons Why It’s Important to Change Your Filter

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Energy Star suggests changing your filters monthly. Even if you have a  3 month filter, check it monthly. If it’s dirty, change it.   Why? We’re so glad you asked!…

Emergency & Auxiliary Heat: What’s the difference?

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  Emergency Heat The Emergency Heat Switch on a Heat Pump confuses a lot of people. What is it? When do I use it? Do I turn it on when…

Ordering HVAC Units Online

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We are in a digital age with almost everything available at our fingertips.   We are able to purchase items, groceries, automobiles and just about any kind of service from…

Healthy Humidity In Your Home This Winter

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Humidity: The amount of water vapor in the air around you. There are a couple of reasons why you want to keep the humidity level in your home at a…

Ways to Stay Warm this Fall and Winter

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Looking for different ways to save energy, save money on your heating costs and stay warm? You’ve come to the right place! Here are a few of our favorites ways….

Furnace & Fall…What Can You Do?

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Doctors recommend having a physical once a year. This helps you maintain any health concerns you might have. Auto mechanics suggest you bring your car in after so many miles…

Capacitor Went Out Again? It could be your Air Flow!

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Along with the heat and humidity, comes summer’s most common AC repair: a broken capacitor. What is an AC Capacitor? Capacitors are electronic devices in your air conditioning systems that give a…

Radon & Mildew & Mold Oh My! Basement & Crawl Space Owners Please Read!

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  All homes require maintenance and upkeep. When it comes to a basements & crawl spaces, one of the main concerns is seepage or rising water. When there’s a water…

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