The Importance of Annual Air Conditioning Tune-ups

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Most homeowners know that it is recommended that they have their air conditioner serviced once a year. However, it is not uncommon for people to forgo their annual HVAC tune-up either to save money, or due to the fact that they believe that having their air conditioner serviced is not that important. However, just like… Read more »

Inspect Your Furnace Now to Protect Your Family

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Carbon monoxide is one of those terms we hear on the news, often as the result of a tragic loss of life, yet we often dismiss potential problem as something that happens to other people. On average 400 people a year die from accidental carbon monoxide exposure, with thousands more sickened and hospitalized. Most incidents… Read more »

3 Tips to Help You Avoid Costly Heating Repair

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No one enjoys paying a massive bill for heating repair. It’s not an inevitable part of adulthood, though. There are many things you can do to help reduce the cost of repair to your heating system. You may even be able to avoid those costs altogether! Here are three top tips from our heating repair… Read more »

The Top Signs That Your Furnace May Need to be Replaced

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With winter right around the corner, you may want to take a moment to consider the condition that your furnace is in and whether you should consider having it replaced this fall. By replacing your furnace before winter arrives, you will ensure your comfort in the coming months by preventing your furnace from breaking down… Read more »

Warning Signs of an A/C Refrigerant Leak

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Now that it’s the middle of summer, you’re relying on your air conditioner more than ever. Like any other equipment in your home, your air conditioner will malfunction from time to time. Having that said, one of the common problems that you might encounter with your air conditioner is a refrigerant leak. Here are four… Read more »