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Hello, my name is Winnie Slone. Welcome to my site about HVAC contractor services. The HVAC equipment in my home was in a serious state of disrepair after living there for several years. I was absolutely clueless about the maintenance schedule required for each of the components. As a result, all of the filters and ducts were clogged with dust and debris. My HVAC contractor helped restore the function of each of the components in the system. I want to share the information I learned throughout that process to help others avoid making the same mistakes. Please visit again soon to learn more.

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Special Considerations If You're Considering An Open Loop Geothermal HVAC System
12 June 2018

An open loop geothermal system can provide your ho

The Life Expectancy Of Most Refrigerators, And How To Extend It
3 May 2018

Refrigerators, despite the intense job that they d

Three Air Conditioning Myths — And Why You Don't Have To Worry
19 March 2018

If you still don't have central air conditioning i

Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning Installation: What You Need To Know
7 February 2018

Ductless mini-split air conditioners are one of th

What To Know About The Reset Button On Your Oil Furnace
20 December 2017

Life doesn't come with a reset button, but many of

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Special Considerations If You’re Considering An Open Loop Geothermal HVAC System

An open loop geothermal system can provide your home with heating and cooling while requiring a smaller installation investment than a closed-loop type. However, there are several distinct differences in both function and upkeep. Here's what you need to consider if you're considering choosing an open loop system. Water filtration may be needed An open loop system has pipelines traveling to and from a body of water (either an aquifer or an aboveground body of water), supplying the HVAC unit with water for heat exchange purposes. Read More 

The Life Expectancy Of Most Refrigerators, And How To Extend It

Refrigerators, despite the intense job that they do, tend to last a lot longer than most other appliances. This is good news for you, since a refrigerator is one of the most expensive appliances you will ever have to buy. Many refrigerators last at least a decade. If they are well-maintained and well-cared for, you might even get two decades out of one fridge. Here is how you can extend the life expectancy of the new refrigerator you just purchased. Read More 

Three Air Conditioning Myths — And Why You Don’t Have To Worry

If you still don't have central air conditioning in your home, it may be because you've heard some negative or worrying information about central AC systems. There are rare exceptions to the rule, but in the vast majority of cases, central air conditioning really is a comfortable and effective way to keep your home cool. Much of that worrying information you've heard is probably just myth. In fact, here are three air conditioning myths that simply are not true. Read More 

Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning Installation: What You Need To Know

Ductless mini-split air conditioners are one of the newest forms of air conditioning. They are quickly becoming one of the most popular installation requests as well. This is due in part to the fact that you can control which rooms in the house receive the cooled air and no ventilation system is needed. They are also very energy-efficient because the cooled air is channeled directly into the room and no cooled air is lost through a vent system. Read More 

What To Know About The Reset Button On Your Oil Furnace

Life doesn't come with a reset button, but many of the appliances throughout your home are likely to have one. This includes your oil-fired furnace, whose reset button can usually be found on the oil burner portion of the furnace. It's also one of the first places to check if your oil furnace suddenly stops working. Read on to learn more about how the reset button works and the appropriate times to press it. Read More