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Does your furnace work harder when it’s colder?

When is your furnace working it’s hardest? You know the day is coming, don’t you? That bone chilling, brain freezing, face numbing cold day that sends us all into hibernation is on the way, and we all know it. We … Continue reading

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Tech Tips: Repairing versus Replacing Your HVAC

Imagine this: you’re enjoying the comfort of your own home with breezes blowing in complements of your air conditioner. Heat and humidity can’t get you down when you have this refreshing escape. One night you come to find your chilling … Continue reading

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Benefits of Checking, Changing and Cleaning Your Furnace Air Filter

Keep you air quality clean. There are countless benefits of checking, changing and cleaning your furnace air filter no matter the season. Among some of the best reasons include: It extends the lifespan of your furnace. A furnace with clean … Continue reading

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Terms to Know Before Calling a Heating and Cooling Company

HVAC Terms A-F Communication is key when dealing with home comfort.¬†You should be able to have open communications with your technician, just like your doctor. The technician diagnoses your HVAC problems and you both need a complete understanding of the … Continue reading

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HVAC Power Surge Protection

According to Murphy’s Law, everything that can go wrong, will go wrong. This mentality requires proper preparation to ensure constant comfort from your HVAC unit. You don’t want your heating to shut down during a cold Minnesota night where you’re … Continue reading

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Keep Your Furnace Working All Winter

You know the four seasons of Minnesota, don’t you? Winter, still winter, not winter, and almost winter. Right now it seems we’re stuck in a Groundhog Day-esque reverie where the winter season is continued every day, despite the calendar saying … Continue reading

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Prevent Flood Damage to Your HVAC Unit

Even though temperatures are still in the single digits in Minnesota, March 20 marks the beginning of spring and the hopeful return of rain. Rainfall combined with heavy snowfall melting is a combination for flooding in many parts of the … Continue reading

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How Often Does My Furnace Need a Tune-Up?

Your furnace has been working overtime this winter with Minnesota temperatures dropping well below zero. Is a tune-up really necessary though? Your furnace has been working well all winter. If a tune-up is necessary, when should I do it? The … Continue reading

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Staying Comfy in Minnesota: Schedule an AC Tune-Up

Minnesota weather is unpredictable. It will be snowing, blowing, and freezing over. Then the skies open up everything melts. We all prefer those days where the temperature rises above 10 degrees, but Minnesota can be just as uncomfortable when it … Continue reading

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Prevent ice dams from building on your roof

If you live in Minnesota than you’re familiar with the term “ice dams.” Ice dams occur when water builds up behind a blockage of ice – and if this happens on your home’s roof it can result in mega damage. … Continue reading

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