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HVAC: Don't Believe The Wrong Info

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When it comes to your home’s HVAC system, you don’t want to just believe anything someone tells you about your system unless the person who is giving you the advice is a technician. There are a lot of things that seem like they would be one way with HVAC systems when in reality the opposite is actually true. Doing the wrong things can be costly because they can lead to the need for expensive fixes and in extreme cases even complete replacement. Read More»

Don't Forget About Radiant Heat As A Home Heating Option

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Are you looking for a way to heat your home that is a bit more comfortable than a forced air furnace? If so, the answer to your problems will be radiant in floor heating. It provides heat with a level of comfort that cannot be matched with a forced air system. Here are a few things to know about this heating method so that you can make an informed decision. Read More»

A Few Things You Can Do To Make A Heater Installation Easier For Everyone

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Unfortunately, heaters, furnaces, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) units do not last forever. While you may be able to have your system repaired to keep it running, it is going to need to be replaced at some point. Once you have talked with a reputable heating company and picked out the unit that will best suit your needs, it will be time to arrange for it to be installed. Read More»

Prolong The Life Of Your Central AC Unit With These Tips

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If you’ve ever had to buy a new central air conditioning unit, then you know just how expensive this can be. New central AC units can easily cost thousands of dollars installed, so you certainly don’t want to be stuck replacing yours prematurely. Fortunately, there are a few simple tips you can follow to care for your home’s central AC unit and potentially prolong its life. Schedule an Annual Tune-Up/Inspection Read More»

How To Get Your Furnace Ready For The Winter Heating Season

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When summer draws to a close, it’s time to think about getting your furnace ready for the long, cold winter. Ensuring it’s ready to go will save you from emergency repair calls when you flip on the heat only to find the furnace won’t warm your home. There are things you can do and other things you’ll leave for a heating technician to check and service. Calling a professional for a thorough cleaning and preventative maintenance check before the weather turns cold is a good habit to establish. Read More»