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Scam Alert

Avoiding a Heating or Cooling Scam

At we never like to hear stories about homeowners being taking advantage of by other heating and cooling companies by a scam. We’ve heard it all. That’s why we feel that it’s important to warn all homeowners of the common scams and tactics used by some heating and cooling companies and those posing as them. …

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Indoor Allergens

It’s finally getting warm enough so that many of us can think about opening our windows to let in the fresh air now and then…but what if that fresh air is bringing in new allergens and stirring up the ones already in the house? There are ways to keep indoor allergens at bay.

Clean Ducts

Leaky Ducts Allow Your Money to Float Away

The air ducts in your home should bring warm air in the winter and cool air in the summer; but if your ducts aren’t sealed correctly about 20% of the air that leaves your furnace and air conditioner never makes it to its destination due to leaks, holes, and bad connections.

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Energy Efficiency Ratings

One of the first things you should know when purchasing any heating or cooling equipment is how energy efficient the equipment is.  You can do some research into equipment and see the ratings, but what do they mean?

Fall Is Here! Is Your Furnace Ready?

September 22 is the first day of autumn; even though it seems like we just turned off the furnace for the summer, it’s time to make sure it’s in tiptop shape to make it through the winter. Since The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts a winter that’s much snowier than normal and below average temperatures from mid-December through late January, having a furnace that can handle the job is essential.

Sealing Your Home

About 20% of your home heating and cooling costs simply leaks through drafty windows and doors. These gaps in your home also allow in allergens and pollutants from the outside, as well as humidity. The best way to prevent this is to have your home sealed.

Temperature Pressure Relief Valve Inspection

Your water heater works with heat and pressure; the temperature pressure relief valve is designed to keep your tank from exploding if either of them exceed safe limits.  The temperature pressure relief (TPR) valve is the main safety feature in every tank-style water heater.

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