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The Benefits of a Geothermal Home

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Imagine a heating and cooling system that is environmentally friendly, not dependent on the sun or wind, and can easily heat and cool your entire home. While it may sound like something out of science fiction, geothermal heating and cooling has been around for quite some time. And now, it’s making a comeback.

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The Dangers of Storms

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We’ve had several thunderstorms lately and we could be seeing some more this weekend. With thunderstorms comes the risk of power loss – whether it’s due to the wind, downed trees, or lightning itself, a power loss can mean damage to your air conditioning unit.

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How Your Roof & Attic Affect Your Air Conditioning

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Our air conditioning experts know it’s been a hot summer so far. If you’ve found yourself struggling to keep your home cool, you may be in need of a new air conditioner. However, if your air conditioner is working properly and is fairly new, the culprit of your may actually be your roof. Here’s how your roof and attic can affect your air conditioning quality.

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The Importance of Home Ductwork

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When homeowners think about their HVAC systems, they don’t often think of the ductwork that goes along with them. While your HVAC system is important for keeping your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, it can’t do so efficiently without proper ductwork. Here, our ductwork installation experts explain the importance of ductwork.

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Plumbers vs. Pipefitters

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People have been debating the difference between plumbers versus pipefitters for years. Many people believe that the two trades are the same, however, there are some major differences. Our PA plumbing experts are here to explain.

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The HVAC Circulation of Thirdhand Smoke and Why Indoor Air Quality Is Essential

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Because we spend most of our time indoors, indoor air quality is an important part of keeping your home happy and healthy. While smoke and secondhand smoke can easily compromise the quality of your air, did you know thirdhand smoke can also be a culprit? In an article by NBC News, researchers found that HVAC systems can actually pick up and circulate lingering particles from thirdhand smoke.

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How to Allergy-Proof Your Home This Season

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It may be hard to think about spring after all the snow the northeast has gotten, but the fact is – it’s officially spring, and spring means allergies. The most common spring allergen is pollen, which can come from trees, flowers, weeds, or grasses and affect individuals on various levels. While some may simply suffer from itchy eyes, others experience skin rashes, swollen glands, and more.

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