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Heating & Cooling

 

When the summer heat kicks in and you're trying to stay cool, it's important to know that your air conditioner is up to the task.  The same is true when it's cold and the furnace is on the fritz.  You never want to be in this scenario and not know who or where to turn to get reliable and professional HVAC help that can get your home back to comfortable levels.  Finding local HVAC pros near you is a lot easier when you can read reviews and see ratings from real customers who have used the heating and cooling service in the past.

It's always good to know what questions to ask and the tips for hiring an HVAC contractor, as well as cost to install a new A/C and the difference betwen HVAC brands.

Air Conditioning

Furnaces and Home Heating Systems

Asking the right questions ahead of time can save you from problems during your new furnace installation. (Photo by Summer Galyan)
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You got three bids for furnace or A/C replacement, but you’re not sure which is best? Ask yourself and contractor these four questions to pick the right one.
A clean air duct sits without a grate. (Photo by Photo by Eldon Lindsay)
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Whether it stems from manufacturing or Mother Nature, air pollution can impact your HVAC system. Learn how to hire the best air duct cleaning service.
Smart thermostat controls
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Are there any savings to be had with a smart thermostat?
For an efficient and long-lasting furnace and air conditioner, look beyond the utility room. (Photo by Summer Galyan)
HVAC MaintenanceFurnaces & Home Heating SystemsAir Conditioning
Want to avoid replacing your furnace or A/C sooner than necessary? These tips will keep air flowing efficiently for years to come.
Air ConditioningHVAC Maintenance
Before you crank up the AC this spring, make sure everything is clean and in working order to avoid a summertime meltdown.
 
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