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    Oldest Furnace Contest Winners!

    Congratulations to… Joe Barker of Bridgeport & Mary Daniel of Parkersburg  These individuals are the lucky winners of a new high efficient gas furnace with free installation! Both in service nearly 60…

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    Furnace working in overdrive?

    Cold weather has officially arrived! Your furnace will begin working extremely hard to keep you and your family comfortable and safe this winter. One piece of advice that unfortunately many people don’t…

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    Is your furnace high-efficient?

    The best way to tell if your furnace is a high-efficiency model or not is to take a look at the vent. If it is a metal vent, chances are it is…

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    Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors

    If you don’t have working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, GET THEM! This is not something that can be put off along with cleaning out that junk drawer. Smoke and carbon monoxide…

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    Is your HVAC system all Electric?

    If your home is all electric and you heat your home with a heat pump, we have something that may be of interest to you. One of our manufactures has introduced an…

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    Oldest Furnace Contest Update

    A big thank you to everyone who entered the oldest furnace contest. The response was absolutely overwhelming! As a result of the huge response, it has become necessary to delay the announcement…

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    Change Your Filter

    As a homeowner you should always make sure the filter is regularly changed. When you purchase a filter, the manufacturer’s instructions include a recommendation for how often it should be changed. Filters can…

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    Ceiling Fans

    During the summer months a ceiling fan should be blowing straight down (blades turning counter-clockwise) to help cool you off via a wind chill effect. Fan speed should be on medium or…

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    Three Reasons a Breaker Trips

    A breaker that keeps tripping is usually caused by one of three things.  The first reason could be there are too many electrical items plugged into the circuit.  Circuits are designed to…

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    Excess Humidity

    Moisture and excess humidity in your home can cause irreversible damage to your home, and even worse may put your health at risk. We have a solution! Our dehumidifier will drastically outperform…