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  • Own Multiple Rentals? Get Air Conditioning Service for All of Them at the Same Time
    Own Multiple Rentals? Get Air Conditioning Service for All of Them at the Same Time

    Owning and managing several rental properties is a lot of work. Hiring a property manager can alleviate some of these responsibilities, but you may enjoy the work and want to just optimize your time. ...

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  • Is It Time to Install a New Air Conditioner? Three Questions You Should Ask Yourself
    Is It Time to Install a New Air Conditioner? Three Questions You Should Ask Yourself

    Replacing your house’s air conditioner is a big decision. The units are expensive, and finding the right window of time to get it installed can be a headache you’d rather just put off, especially if ...

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  • How Often You Should Be Changing Your Air Conditioner's Air Filter
    How Often You Should Be Changing Your Air Conditioner's Air Filter

    Changing your air conditioner filter regularly and on time is one of the best things you can do to improve your home’s air quality and to lengthen the lifespan of your unit. But knowing when the best ...

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  • The Importance of Proper Gas Pressure
    The Importance of Proper Gas Pressure

    There are numerous parts of a gas furnace that must be carefully synchronized and optimized in order for your heating to proceed efficiently. One of the most important considerations is the pressure ...

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  • Six Times When Air Conditioning Is a Must
    Six Times When Air Conditioning Is a Must

    Air conditioning is not only a luxury, but actually essential for your health and well-being. Here are six situations where central cooling is an absolute must. A child and/or senior citizen lives in ...

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  • How Your Backyard Affects Your Air Conditioning
    How Your Backyard Affects Your Air Conditioning

    An air conditioning system works by drawing heat from inside your home into its refrigerant fluid. This heat is expelled from the fluid via the condenser unit located outside your house. Anything that ...

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