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Is Your Home a Good Candidate for a Gas Pack?

Is Your Home a Good Candidate for a Gas Pack?

The U.S. Department of Energy categorizes central air conditioning units into two types: Split-system air conditioning systems, as their name suggests, have both indoor and outdoor components. The indoor part of your system will typically include a furnace or heat...
Reasons to Consider a New Two-Stage Furnace Installation

Reasons to Consider a New Two-Stage Furnace Installation

If you know your furnace may not make it through the chilly winter to come, it’s time to consider a new two-stage furnace installation. You may also consider this investment if you want to improve the value of your home or reduce energy waste. There are some...
Upgrading Your HVAC Thermostat Could Be a Wise Move

Upgrading Your HVAC Thermostat Could Be a Wise Move

Are you looking forward to another year of winter fun in southern North Carolina? The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a " never-ending winter" for some parts of the U.S. in 2019, so get your snow boots and sleds ready in Monroe, NC. There are some...
What You Should Know About SEER Ratings

What You Should Know About SEER Ratings

The seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) helps home and business owners understand what they can expect from their heat pump or air conditioning unit. In Mint Hill, NC most energy companies provide utility incentives to those who purchase a unit with a SEER of 16...
The Importance of Using Factory-Approved Parts

The Importance of Using Factory-Approved Parts

If you’re like most Marshville, NC, homeowners, you’ve never given a second thought to the replacement parts installed in your HVAC equipment. After all, any part will do, right? Actually, no. Here are three reasons why it’s important to use...
Be Sure to Hire a NATE-Certified Technician

Be Sure to Hire a NATE-Certified Technician

When it comes to finding a great HVAC company in Waxhaw, NC, five-star reviews can only go so far. You need to know that the contractors you hire are technically qualified to get the job done. The acronym “NATE” lets you know at a glance that you’re...

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