Posts Categorized: heating and air repair

5 Fall Heating Efficiency Tips

Ah, fall. The gorgeous colors of the changing foliage. The comforting smell of a nearby bonfire. The…sinking feeling of opening an unexpectedly high heating bill? Nothing can suck the enjoyment out of the season like the realization that you’ll be paying more than you expected to heat your home. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make your heating system run more efficiently, which will in turn lower your energy costs. Here are a few ways you can help your HVAC system this fall: Continue Reading... Read More

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Four Small Things That Can Lead to Big AC Bills

“Big things have small beginnings.” That’s a line from the movie Lawrence of Arabia. In the context of the film, it means that a tiny group of people can affect great change. But we began thinking about this quote as we set out to write about ac maintenance. Sometimes, what seems like an insignificant issue can lead to a major air conditioning bill. To be fair, your HVAC system can lose some efficiency as time goes by. And when you’ve had a summer like we’ve had so far, you might be running your air conditioner more often. Continue Reading... Read More

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How to Stay Cool When You Head Outside

We’ve talked a lot over the past few months about the benefits of air conditioning. It’s a marvelous invention, and we’re saying that not as an AC maintenance company, but just as people who enjoy living in a cool, comfortable home. But as fantastic as air conditioning is, we can’t take it everywhere. And when you’re spending time outdoors during the dog days of summer, staying cool becomes as a matter of health and safety as well as comfort. With that in mind, we’ve put together these tips for staying cool in hot weather. Continue Reading... Read More

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