Why You Should Filter Your Air

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Dirty air is a big problem. The World Health Organization estimates that over 6 million people die each year from the combined effects of household air pollution and ambient air pollution. Outdoor air pollution has been an issue for a long time, but people don’t tend to give as much thought to the quality of… continue reading.

3 Quick Tips to Get Your Furnace Ready for Winter

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For many people, fall is the best time of the year. The temperature reaches a pleasant cool, allowing you to open your windows and keep both the furnace and air conditioner off for multiple months. Not only are the fall seasons good for your mental health, but they save a few bucks in your wallet… continue reading.

End-of-Summer HVAC Checklist

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Fall is just around the corner. And since it’s America’s most popular season (according to a poll from YouGov), there’s a lot to look forward to. With temperatures in Kentucky averaging a 68º high and 42º low, fall is the perfect season to shut off your air conditioner, open the windows, and relax. Indeed, fall… continue reading.

Why DIY HVAC Repair is a Bad Idea

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With the internet, it’s easier than ever for the DIY enthusiast to learn about the intricacies of the equipment that he uses every day. And most of the time, that’s a great thing. People should want to know how the things around them work. It’s exciting, and it helps you appreciate what you have more…. continue reading.

Electric Bill Savings Guide

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Save on your electric bills by taking action with these 14 tips: Examine and clean your ventilation system or have an HVAC expert do it for you. The more dust that has collected in the vents, the more you’re going to pay to heat and cool your home or apartment. It takes longer to push… continue reading.

What to do with Your A/C when You’re On Vacation

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Air conditioning is one of those inventions that are so wonderful we couldn’t imagine life without them. Before air conditioning, people did all sorts of wacky stuff to stay cool. In fact, air conditioning completely changed the way that houses and buildings were built! A/C tends to fall into the “out of sight, out of… continue reading.

HVAC Replacement

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Why Replace a Furnace Sooner Rather Than Later? When a family comes into a bit of extra money, they may decide to take a trip or buy a new car. They rarely jump right to, “Let’s replace the furnace.” However, there are several reasons why HVAC replacement may be a necessity, including: Impending cold weather… continue reading.

Why You Should Be Proactive With Your HVAC System

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It has been another hot summer in Cincinnati. The last thing you want is your air conditioning system dying out on you. Unfortunately, if you haven’t run your AC or HVAC unit since last winter, you stand a serious risk of it malfunctioning. And while we are always happy to come out and perform emergency… continue reading.

How Snow Affects Your HVAC System

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Kentucky doesn’t get nearly as much snow as, say, upstate New York. Even so, we have had a few snowy winters lately, and this one looks to be no different. And even though we don’t live in the tundra, it’s still perfectly normal to wonder how all that ice and snow affect the things that… continue reading.