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  • Why You Shouldn't Skimp on the Cost of Your New HVAC System
    Why You Shouldn't Skimp on the Cost of Your New HVAC System

    When your HVAC system gives out suddenly, you may be tempted to try and cut a few corners in an effort to save money on the replacement. We get it—replacing your HVAC system is expensive, and whether ...

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  • Don't Forget Your HVAC System When Selling Your Home!
    Don't Forget Your HVAC System When Selling Your Home!

    When selling your home, you’ll need to go through it bit by bit and figure out what needs updated, what could help contribute to its value, and how you’d like to position it in the market. However, ...

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  • How to Set Your Thermostat in a Multi-Story Home
    How to Set Your Thermostat in a Multi-Story Home

    Multi-story homes face a pretty common problem when it comes to comfort: upper stories are almost always warmer than lower ones. This is because warm naturally rises, which pushes cooler air ...

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  • What Can Pet Hair Do to Your HVAC System?
    What Can Pet Hair Do to Your HVAC System?

    When it comes to the health of your air conditioner, there are all sorts of household threats that can cause it to slow down, clog up, or even break down after a while. Among these threats, there is ...

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  • Why It's Important to Get the Right Size Air Conditioner
    Why It's Important to Get the Right Size Air Conditioner

    If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, you’ll have a lot to consider. What features do you want? How efficient do you want it? How much do you want to pay for your new system? Do you want ...

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  • A Guide to 2018's Most Popular Smart Thermostats
    A Guide to 2018's Most Popular Smart Thermostats

    “Smart” home technology is rapidly advancing and today more and more people are bringing these gadgets into their home that improve their quality of life by taking over simple tasks that would have ...

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