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Residential Zoned Temperature Control

8/30/2017 6:00 AM

Imagine having all of the light switches in your home on one switch. This is the approach that many take with their home’s heating and cooling system. Even though different areas of your home have different temperature fluctuations and needs, just like the individual family members who live there.

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What Does The R-22 Refrigerant Phase-Out Mean For Your HVAC System?

8/1/2017 6:00 AM

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has mandated the complete phase out of Class II Ozone-Depleting Substances, including R-22 refrigerant commonly found in most residential HVAC systems. The EPA has been phasing R-22 (commonly known as Freon) out so it’s completely phased out by 2020. Since the initial phase-out, most HVAC companies have seen a significant price increase on their supplies of R-22 by as much as 500%. What does this mean for home and business owners?

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Hail Damage & Your AC - What You Need To Know

7/6/2017 6:00 AM

This spring and summer has been a little rough on the Midwest when it comes to thunderstorms, straight-line winds, tornadic activity, and HAIL! According to the Insurance Information Institute, Nebraska is the third-ranked state for major hail events. Last year, there were over 5,600 major hail storms nationwide.

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Get Your Air Conditioning Ready For Warmer Months

6/14/2017 4:00 PM

Hot temperatures are here and that means getting your home ready for the warmer months ahead. The biggest task ahead of you is getting your air conditioning up and running. For most, the air conditioning hasn’t been turned on for months and has accumulated some dust. Cleaning and preparing your A/C can be done in just a few easy steps.

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Repair vs. Replace

7/24/2015 2:46 PM

Answering the age old question “Should I repair it or replace it?” is a difficult one. Ultimately, the decision is yours to make and should not be taken lightly. It could end up costing you more money, time, and energy than necessary.

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