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Selecting an HVAC Contractor
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Replacement System Considerations
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When is it Time to Replace?
Cooling Your Home: Don't Sweat It
Sizing and Installation
Benefits of the CFC Phaseout
Types of Cooling Systems
A Non-Technical Explanation of Air Conditioning
Understanding Air Conditioning
Interpreting the Sound Ratings of a Unit
Air Conditioning Terminology
Tips for Central Air Conditioning
How Air-Source Heat Pumps Work
Ductless: Advantages & Disadvantages
Heat Pump Operation & Maintenance
Advanced Features to Look for in a Heat Pump
Heat Pumps: Efficient & Ecological
Heat Pump Replacement Tips
System Options & Components
Designing a Zoning System Properly
Whole Home Dehumidifier System
Zoned Comfort Control
Thermostats and Control Systems
Ducts & Insulation
How Insulation Works
Types of Insulation
R-Value of Insulation
Air Distribution System Design
Use a Professional for Duct Improvements
Heating & Cooling Q & A
What is 13 SEER?
Why Won't It Get Comfortable?
Why Own a Service Agreement?
What is HVAC?
What is R410A?
How Can I Reduce Dust?
Does My System Hurt the Environment?
Plagued by Thermostat Wars?
What is Flat Rate Pricing?
What is Energy Star?
DOE Standards Increase Furnace Costs
Related Health & Safety Issues
Caution: Scalding Takes Seconds
Safe Use of Drain Cleaning Chemicals
Emergency Shut Off Procedures
Indoor Air Quality
Should You have Your Ducts Cleaned?
Controlling Indoor Air Pollution
FAQs About Radon
Radon Risk Assessment Fact Sheet
Biological Pollutants in Your Home
Dealing with Mold
A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, & Your Home
Mold Prevention Checklist
Flood-Damaged Appliances Should be Replaced
Repairing and Rebuilding from Flood Damage
Saving Energy & Money
History of Energy Star
How to Read the EnergyGuide Label
Cooling Equipment Efficiency Criteria
Money Saving Tips for Summer
Our Industry is Environmentally Friendly
Be Water Wise!
Money Saving Heating Tips
Improving Heating & Cooling Efficiency
Lowering Home Heating Costs
Heating & Cooling Energy Tips
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Heat Pump Efficiency Tips
Energy Efficiency Ratings & Terms
Heating & Cooling
Ways to Save Energy
Additional Return Air Runs
Digital Setback Thermostat
Heating & Cooling Maintenance
Annual Maintenance Benefits
8 Reasons to Own a Service Agreement
Why a Tune-Up?
Maintenance Helps Prevent Breakdowns
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The Professional HVAC Contractor's Creed
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Why We Don't Give Ball Park Prices
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8 Reasons to Own a Service Agreement
8 Simple Reasons to Own a Comfort System Service Agreement
Slow down your electric meter. Empirical utility research proves that air conditioning maintenance will
Cut Utility Expenses
Small problems left untended will become big problems later. With maintenance, you
Any mechanical system lasts longer with good maintenance. Your comfort system is a mechanical system. Service it to
Extend Equipment Life
Is your home comfortable on the hottest days or do you sweat it out? Utility research found that air conditioning maintenance
Restores Lost Capacity
Airlines let frequent flyers board the plane first. Similarly, our service agreement customers
Receive Priority Service
When something does break, service agreement customers pay less. With our service agreement, you receive a
15% Repair Discount
The cost of an annual service agreement is
. A semi-annual service agreement is only
When breakdowns occur at inconvenient times, don’t worry about high overtime costs. Service agreement customers
Never Pay Overtime
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