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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

Old oil tanks can be costly to remove, particularly if they're in the basement or another hard-to-reach location. Photo by Paul Plympton
Propane and Heating Oil
Underground oil tank removal cost averages $2,500. The underground removal cost is high because it will need to be excavated. Above ground tanks can cost less to remove (see below).
oil leaking on a floor
Propane and Heating Oil
The average cost of replacing an oil tank is $1,882. The cost ranges from $800 to $3,800 to install a 220 to 330 gallon oil tank.
Protect yourself and your loved ones by knowing the potential dangers of gas and propane hearing. (Photo by Brandon Smith)
Propane and Heating Oil
The fossil fuels we use in our homes and business are wonderful and valuable to us, but propane and natural gas also have inherent risks and dangers.
Geothermal Energy
Tax incentives and savings over time help defray the cost of a geothermal system.
Dendelion in grass
Geothermal Energy
The ground beneath your home dictates the type of geothermal system that will work best for you.